Generation of power for utility companies and for large industrial manufacturing sites, requires some complicated systems of control for what is essentially a straightforward process. Huge volumes of water are used in the process which is why these power stations are often situated near to a lake, river or the sea. Water is taken from the source, used in various processes such as making steam and cooling power generation equipment before being returned to the source.
Filtration and water treatment is supplied to many power generation sites for coal-fired, nuclear and combined heat and power sites to achieve similar goals for producing clean steam and/or cooling water at each site.
- Source water particle contaminant control
- Chemical contaminant control
- Organics removal
- Pure water production for steam generation
- Particle removal for condensate return loop
- Particle removal for cooling loops