Chemical Industry

Due to toxic, adhesive, sticky or fatty characteristics water management at chemical plants is very challenging. Using LAR's application-specific technology you can improve your water management efficiency by reliable on-line measurements.

Water Management in Chemical Plants

In chemical plants water is used as a raw, auxiliary and/or operating material in a variety of processes. Amongst other things it is used for heating, for cooling, as steam to drive turbines, as a reaction medium and for cleaning. In short, without adequate water management chemical plants may have to shut down in case of a pollution of their water.

Application-specific on-line water analyzers provide a remedy.

Types of water used in chemical industry

Schematic presentation of types of water used in chemical plants
Schematic presentation of types of water used in industry

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