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FINEAMIN® Chemical treatment of Water/ Steam Circuits Characteristics Mode of operation Sample applications CWB Wasserbehandlung GmbH © 2009
CWB Wasserbehandlung GmbH © Characteristics Affects the structure of the protective magnetite layer in the boiler so to increase protection Reduction of boiler water blow-down rate The system is protected against corrosion through protective polyamines Dispersion of sediments, gratings, dirt, mineral salts and iron oxide Energy-saving thanks the improved heat transfer The salt content in the system is not increased decline of the blow-down rate Alkalises the entire steam system including condensate recirculation and feed water system Hardness stabilization and protection against new sediments FINEAMIN®
CWB Wasserbehandlung GmbH © Ecologically friendly, contains no phosphat, sulfite or hydrazine 70 % bio-degradable (OECD 301 F) Water hazard class 1 or 2 – (low) hazardous to water Health and ecological aspects ISO 9001:2000 certification FINEAMIN®
CWB Wasserbehandlung GmbH © Contains licensed boiler antiscale (VdTÜV-Zul.Nr. 01KG50) Hygiene certificate, permissible for the application in the district heating and the heating system with heating of the drinking water using heat exchanger Health and ecological aspects FINEAMIN® Admission FINEAMIN 24 for steam generation in food industry and hospitals
CWB Wasserbehandlung GmbH © After treatment of the iron strips with 20 ppm FINEAMIN® the surface of the metal showed a continuous protective, dense hydrophobic layer – With repeated treatment the film became denser. Polyamine 3 x 16 h 20 ppm Conventional Treatment 4 x 16 h FINEAMIN® Advancement of the magnetite protective layer Mode of operation
CWB Wasserbehandlung GmbH © Condensing turbine 29 MW, 112 bar After 1 year Polyamines treatment On-line cleaning of deposits on a team turbine with Polyamines (turbine 1) without Polyamines (turbine 6) FINEAMIN® Mode of operation
CWB Wasserbehandlung GmbH © On-line cleaning of deposits on a steam boiler drum Power station; in Germany Water tubes boiler 4 x 125 t/h, 112 bar After 3 weeks Polyamines treatment FINEAMIN® Mode of operation
CWB Wasserbehandlung GmbH © On-line cleaning of deposits on a steam boiler drum Water tubes boiler 4 x 125 t/h, 112 bar After 3 weeks Polyamines treatment FINEAMIN® Mode of operation
CWB Wasserbehandlung GmbH © On-line cleaning of deposits on a steam boiler (multi layer of magnetite) After 2 months Polyamines treatment befor Polyamines treatment (old tube) after Polyamines treatment (new tube) two magnetite layer continuous magnetite protection surface Water tubes boiler 275 t/h, 130 bar, 535 °C FINEAMIN® Mode of operation
CWB Wasserbehandlung GmbH © After 6 months Polyamines treatment Fire tubes boiler 2,5 t/h, 13 bar FINEAMIN® Mode of operation Surface pasivation with a FINEAMIN protective film (membrane pasivation)
CWB Wasserbehandlung GmbH © After 6 months Polyamines treatment Fire tubes boiler 2,5 t/h, 13 bar Surface pasivation with a FINEAMIN protective film (membrane pasivation) FINEAMIN® Mode of operation
CWB Wasserbehandlung GmbH © Protection of the entire steam system inclusive the runback/return condensate through alkalizer Polyamines and neutralization of the carbonic acid After 4 months FINEAMIN® treatment FINEAMIN® Mode of operation
CWB Wasserbehandlung GmbH © Advancement of the turbine rating Elimination of deposits in a 25 MW turbine FINEAMIN® Mode of operation
CWB Wasserbehandlung GmbH © FINEAMIN ® – products for steam systems Products FINEAMIN® FINEAMIN ® 90 - de-ionizated feed water FINEAMIN ® 12 - de-ionizated feed water FINEAMIN ® 06 – partly demineralizated FINEAMIN ® 06 PCK – partly demineralizated/ FINEAMIN ® 15 – partly demineralizated/softened feed softened feed water water
CWB Wasserbehandlung GmbH © FINEAMIN ® – Products FINEAMIN® FINEAMIN ® 19 FINEAMIN ® 06 FINEAMIN ® 15 products for district heating systems
CWB Wasserbehandlung GmbH © FINEAMIN ® – Products FINEAMIN® other biocide products FINEAMIN ® 95 T FINEAMIN ® 94 FINEAMIN ® FINEALGA ME FINEAMIN ® FINEALGA 25 products for cooling water systems
CWB Wasserbehandlung GmbH © Steam boilers of all operating pressures Water tubes boilers until 210 bar, ca. 560 °C with turbines Recovery-boilers Fire tubes boilers Low pressure boilers Mono tube boilers Application range FINEAMIN®
CWB Wasserbehandlung GmbH © Application range 2. City/District Heating Systems, pressurized Heating Systems, Heating Systems any size The system is protected against corrosion through protective Polyamines Scale and deposit inhibition, gentle removal of existing scaling Energy-saving, thanks to the improved heat transfer The salt content in the system is not increased FINEAMIN®
CWB Wasserbehandlung GmbH © Application range 3. Boilers boiling out and conservation in Water-Steam-Systems Cleaning of the plant of grease, oil, rolling skin and iron oxides by boiling technology Formation of a good magnetite protective film already during stewing Steam purity is achieved with considerably fewer blow-out cycles leading to time and, in particular, cost savings Easy handling and working with Polyamines Disposal conditions of the local authorities can be met without facing any problem FINEAMIN®
CWB Wasserbehandlung GmbH © Application range Cooling sytems (open and closed systems) 4. Dispersing dirt, mineral salts and iron oxide Excellent corrosion protection Scale and deposit inhibition Improving the heat transfer Reduction of boiler water blow-down rate FINEAMIN®
CWB Wasserbehandlung GmbH © Application range Steam Boilers 1. Power Plants 1.1. GUD - plants 1.2. Condensation plants 1.3. Biomass plants 2. Industry Plants 2.1. Refineries 2.2. Incineration plants 2.3. Paper – Timber industry 2.4. Building materials industry 2.5. Glass industry 2.6. Printing plants 2.7. Laundries 3. Food Industry 3.1. Breweries 3.2. Distilleries 3.3. Bakeries 3.4. Meat processing FINEAMIN®
CWB Wasserbehandlung GmbH © Sample application Gas&Steam Turbine - Plant Recovery-boiler (ABB ) 2 x HP boilers : 62 t/h, 74 bar, 535 °C 2 x LP boilers : 3 t/h, 20 bar, 200 °C FINEAMIN®
CWB Wasserbehandlung GmbH © Sample application Refinery HP boilers : 2 x 240 t/h, 120 bar, 525 °C HP boilers : 2 x 740 t/h, 120 bar, 520 °C turbines : 2 x 117 MW ( ALSTOM ) 1 x 28 MW, 1 x 29 MW Description of the plant : steam production 1880 t/h electricity production 300 MW heating capacity 66 MW steam to the refinery 550 t/h total net capacity 400 MW FINEAMIN®
CWB Wasserbehandlung GmbH © Sample application Water tubes boiler : 15,7 t/h, 35 bar turbine : 12 MW KKK Incineration Plants FINEAMIN® Water tubes boiler : 3 x 36 t/h, 40 bar turbine : 3 x 32 MW
CWB Wasserbehandlung GmbH © Sample application Water tubes boiler : 56 t/h, 96 bar Fire tubes boiler : 2 x 22 t/h, 14 bar Recovery-boiler : 3 x 10 t/h Biomass Plants FINEAMIN®
CWB Wasserbehandlung GmbH © Sample application Water tubes boiler 2 x 50 t/h, 95 bar Fire tubes boiler 4 x 30 t/h, 22 bar Recovery-boiler 3 x 10 t/h, 6 bar turbines 2 x 18 MW (Blohm & Voss) Timber Industry FINEAMIN®
CWB Wasserbehandlung GmbH © Proof systems Photometric Determination for FINEAMIN® - products can be used for all FINEAMIN® - products high precision ( 1 mg/l ) easy procedure (reagent 1 and 2) 6 minutes reaction period shelf life of reagents ( > 1 year ) valid for all cuvet size valid for all photometers photometer ( e.g. Hach, Lange, Macherey Nagel ) FINEAMIN®
CWB Wasserbehandlung GmbH © Advantages Water and Energy Savings: reduction of the blow-down rate Efficient, because FINEAMIN ® avoids any kind of corrosion, your Capital Plant is protected Protects with a monomolecular protective layer all parts of the plant Scale and deposit inhibition, online dispersing action of old deposits Avoids and controlles magnetite growth and magnetite sludges Easy to use : FINEAMIN ® is injected in 99% of the plants with only one dosing station Economic: low dosing rate and very low maintenance costs Environmental friendly (no phosphate and hydrazine) Increase of the boiler durability FINEAMIN®
END CWB Wasserbehandlung GmbH © Thank you very much for your kind attention. FINEAMIN®
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