How Does Alkalinity Impact Decarbonation?

Posted by Anthony DeLoach, President on Apr 26, 2018 12:00:00 AM

Water ChartThere are many variables in the process to properly apply decarbonation in a water treatment process and one extremely important factor is alkalinity. The ability to neutralize acids in the water is a simple definition of the term alkalinity. However, the amount of substances in the water such as carbonate, bicarbonate, borate, silicate, and phosphate levels that define alkalinity greatly define the method of proper decarbonation, tower design and anticipated efficiencies.

Understanding both is what defines alkalinity and water quality data and will provide you with a properly designed and engineered decarbonation system. For more information or to learn more contact the professionals at DeLoach Industries Inc. at (941) 371-4995.

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Topics: water quality, degasification, pH levels of water, water treatment, advanced treatment solutions, bicarbonate, phosphate levels, Silicate, Borate

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