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Mettler Toledo


Predictive Approach to Resin Exhaustion Monitoring in Power Plants

Monitoring and controlling highly corrosive contaminants in power water cycle chemistry can significantly impact efficiency, meeting turbine warranty requirements, and more importantly, plant safety. Furthermore, regeneration costs for acid, caustic,…


Corrosion Prevention with On-line Chloride and Sulfate Monitoring

Chloride and sulfate are highly corrosive ions when present in the water/steam cycle of a power plant. They can damage critical components such as turbines, boilers and steam generator tubes,…


TOC Monitoring in Power & Cogeneration Plants

Total Organic Carbon (TOC) is one of the most commonly overlooked contaminants in today's power generation and industrial cogeneration. Controlling organics is important and is especially critical in cogeneration power/steam…


On-line Silica and Phosphate Measurement to Protect Power Plant Assets

In power plants, water is the lifeblood of the electrical generating process. The characteristics of water/steam impact overall performance. Preventing silica deposition on assets and ensuring proper dosage of phosphate…


Equipment Showcase [December 2020]

POWER features a different power-related equipment category in selected issues throughout the year. This month’s showcase includes a variety of items used in the power generation industry, from pumps and…