Cooling Water Program The Ionberg offer the wide range of chemical for Cooling water for prevention of corrosion, deposition and microbiological control. System components with high temperatures on heat-transfer surfaces are most vulnerable hardness deposits, predominantly the deposit consist of calcium salts. Corrosion can occur under inorganic deposits through differential aeration and under organic deposits – microbiological-induced corrosion (MIC) – due to the acidic nature of the biological processes or where skin temperature is too high. Heat exchangers that have process leaks are susceptible to organic fouling from poor microbiological control. The Key Objective of a Cooling Water Program:
Performance: Failure due to improper chemical treatment can result in loss of production, equipment failure and large financial consequences.
Cost-Effectiveness: Optimizing the chemical treatment cost is always important.
Poor Heat Transfer – Deposits
Equipments Failures – High Corrosion Rates
High Maintenance Costs – Deposits and Corrosion
Process Contamination – System Leakage
Microbiological Corrosion – Biological Growth
Fouling and Biofouling – Sand and Silt Accumulation
Cooling water for industries if untreated can cause severe problems like scaling, corrosion and fouling of heat exchangers and other equipments on the cooling water side. This is the main reason of equipment failure. The Ionberg chemicals offer you comprehensive range of cooling water chemicals comprising of:
Scale and Corrosion Inhibitors
Alkalinity Reducers
Boiler Water Program The pressure and design of boiler determine the quality of water it requires for steam generation. Feed water quality is always treated to reduce contamination to acceptable limits, chemical are added to the treated water to counteract any adverse effect of the remaining traces of contamination. Water treatment for steam-generating systems has two primary objectives – control deposition and minimize corrosion. Deposition and corrosion occur throughout the entire steam generating system. Corrosion can occur wherever water containing a corrosive agent dissolved oxygen, acidic or alkaline chemical species contacts metal surfaces during boiler operation or storage. Problems in Boiler Water System
Boiler Water Side Boiler Fire Side
Tube Failures Lost Heat Transfer
Poor Heat Transfer Reduced Capacity
Reduced Steam Production Acid Smut
Carryover Economiser Corrosion
Excessive Heat losses Poor Combustion
High Maintenance High Maintenance
High Return Condensate Iron Levels  
Pitting Corrosion  
Iron Deposit in Boiler  
Boiler Water Chemicals The Ionberg provides wide range of Boiler water chemicals which is a combination of advanced polymers and organo-inorgano chemical treatment. The range of these chemicals includes :
Scale and Corrosion Inhibitors
Oxygen Scavengers
Single Drum Treatments for Baby Boilers
All volatile treatment for High Pressure Boilers
Amine Based Condensate Treatments
Sludge Conditioners
Anti-Foaming Agents
pH Boosters
RO Chemicals This range of chemicals comprises of:
RO Antiscalants
Biological Treatment for Membrane Fouling
Membrane Cleaning Agents
Miscellaneous Chemicals & Equipments
This range of chemicals comprises of:
De-Scaling Chemicals
Fuel Additives & Firesides
Cleaner agent for AC Duct
Membranes for RO
Ion-Exchange Resins
Media Activated Carbon