WMSoc Training Courses - Cooling & Boiler Water Chemistry Part 1 - W016

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City & Guilds accredited
ONE-DAY COURSE: 9am - 5pm
Lunch and refreshments provided
 
WHO FOR:
Recent entrants into the industry, people redefining their jobs, and those requiring a refresher course.
This course gives a broad overview of water treatment.
NB: Delegates with no chemistry background, and those who require refresher training in secondary school chemistry, should complete W013 Foundation Course in Water Treatment Chemistry before attending this course.
 
 
OBJECTIVES:
This course is designed to give delegates a firm background in the objectives and control of water treatment of cooling systems and steam boilers. It explains how pre-treatment plants function and also considers the control of these systems. 
 
 
TOPICS COVERED:
Introduction to the following:
  • Basic Water Chemistry.
  • Base exchange softening and other methods of external treatment used to produce make-up water suitable for boiler and/ or cooling systems if applicable.
  • Deaeration of boiler feed-water.
  • Review of internal treatment programmes for boiler water and control of blowdown.
  • Methods available for treatment of condensate.
  • Factors affecting concentration of open recirculating cooling water.
  • Cooling water treatment programmes to control scale, corrosion and sludge in cooling systems.
  • Methods of controlling microbiological growth - slime etc. in cooling water.
  
ASSESSMENT:
60 minute written exam.
 
6 CPD points awarded.
 
 
 

Venue

The Water Management Society
6 Sir Robert Peel Mill
Fazeley
Tamworth
Staffordshire
B78 3QD
United Kingdom

Room: Training Room 1

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