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Boiler water treatment is essential for the operation of any industrial boiler. Without proper treatment, boiler water can become contaminated with a variety of impurities, which may cause scale, and sludge deposits on boiler surfaces. This can lead to a variety of problems, including reduced efficiency, increased fuel consumption, and even boiler failure. Hence, one of the most important aspects of boiler water treatment is chemical dosing. This involves adding chemicals to the boiler water in order to control the levels of impurities. To achieve this, several types of boiler dosing pumps are used to deliver the chemicals to the water in a controlled manner.

At Cannon Water Technologies, we offer a wide range of boiler water treatment chemical dosing pumps to meet the needs of your specific application. We have a variety of pump types and sizes to choose from, so you can find the perfect fit for your system.

Commonly Used Injection Chemicals in Boiler Water Treatment

There are a variety of chemicals that can be injected into boiler water for treatment purposes. The most common of these are oxygen scavengers, which react with oxygen to form stable compounds that prevent corrosion. Other common injection chemicals include alkalinity builders, which increase the pH of the water to prevent acid attack, and phosphate compounds, which help to deposit a protective layer on metal surfaces.

The following are the other solutions injected:

  • Amines
  • Anti-Scaling Agents
  • Sludge conditioning agents

Types of Chemical Metering Pump for Boiler Water Treatment

There are two main types of chemical metering pump used in boiler water treatment: diaphragm and peristaltic.

  • Diaphragm pumps are the most common type of pump used in boiler water treatment, as they are able to handle a wide range of chemicals and are relatively inexpensive.
  • Peristaltic pumps are less common, but are often used for more difficult chemicals or when a very precise flow rate is required.

Factors to Consider When Selecting Boiler Chemical Dosing Pumps

When it comes to boiler water treatment, chemical metering pumps play a vital role in ensuring that the water is free of harmful contaminants. But with so many different types and sizes of pumps on the market, it can be tough to know which one is right for your application.

To help you select the best pump for your needs, here are the top 4 factors to consider:

1.  The first is the compatibility of the pump with the chemicals being used. Some pumps are not compatible with certain chemicals, so it is important to ensure that the pump you select will work with the chemicals you are using.

2.  Another important consideration is the pump’s flow rate. The flow rate is the amount of chemicals that the pump can deliver per minute. The pump flow rate must be high enough to provide the desired amount of chemicals to the boiler, but not so high that it causes problems with the boiler operation.

3.  When selecting a chemical metering pump, it is important to consider the corrosion resistance of the pump material. Some materials are more resistant to corrosion than others, and this can impact the life of the pump and the amount of maintenance required.

4.  The pressure rating of the pump is another factor to consider when selecting a chemical metering pump for boiler water treatment applications. Many metering pumps on the market are not designed to withstand the high pressures found in boiler applications. As a result, they can fail prematurely or provide inaccurate dosing. Hence, be sure to select a pump with a pressure rating that meets or exceeds the maximum operating pressure of the boiler.

We provide various types of pumps for water and wastewater treatment applications. These products are sourced from trusted brands and are included in our collection after much consideration. Our vast collection may make the selection overwhelming at times. Our experts will guide you through the right selection after understanding your requirements. You can get in touch with us today to find the right boiler chemical dosing pumps for your needs.