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As the Stability Index rises above 7. Langelier, published in , deals with the conditions at which a water is in equilibrium with calcium carbonate. However, in most cases, high blowdown rates and low pH are required so that solubilities are not exceeded at the heat transfer surface. Threshold inhibitors function by an adsorption mechanism. The precipitate dissolves and releases the inhibitor, which is then free to repeat the process. Deposit formation is influenced strongly by system parameters, such as water and skin temperatures, water velocity, residence time, and system metallurgy. The precipitation properties of these complexes are not the same as those of the metal ions. The net charge a particle carries depends on the composition of the water. Threshold inhibitors prevent precipitation by adsorbing on the newly emerging crystal, blocking active growth sites. Particles begin to agglomerate and grow in size as their repulsive forces are diminished. The Stability Index developed by Ryzner makes it possible to distinguish between two such waters. The most effective scale control programs use both a precipitation inhibitor and a dispersant. Crystals eventually form, depending on the degree of supersaturation and system retention time. Corrosion cells on the metal surface produce areas of high pH, which promote the precipitation of many cooling water salts. It cannot be used as a quantitative measure. Because of this, the control of fouling by preventing agglomeration is one of the most fundamental aspects of deposition control. Selection of a scale control agent depends on the precipitating species and its degree of supersaturation. After stable crystals appear, their continued growth is retarded by adsorption of inhibitor. The equation expresses the relationship of pH, calcium, total alkalinity, dissolved solids, and temperature as they relate to the solubility of calcium carbonate in waters with a pH of 6. If attractive forces between particles are strong and the particles are not highly hydrated, deposits are dense and well structured; if the forces are weak, the deposits are soft and pliable. Both iron and aluminum are particularly troublesome because of their ability to act as coagulants. The steel corrosion process is also a source of ferrous iron and, consequently, contributes to fouling. Deposit control agents that inhibit precipitation at dosages far below the stoichiometric level required for sequestration or chelation are called "threshold inhibitors. The LSI measures only the directional tendency or driving force for calcium carbonate to precipitate or dissolve. Although they may be completely soluble in the lower-temperature bulk water, these compounds e. Cycling of cooling water increases the concentration of counter-charged ions capable of being electrostatically attracted to and adsorbed onto a charged particle. Once formed, scale deposits initiate additional nucleation, and crystal growth proceeds at an accelerated rate. At low water velocities, particle settling occurs under the influence of gravity see Figure Parameters that affect the rate of settling are particle size, relative liquid and particle densities, and liquid viscosity. Their values for any given condition can be computed from known thermodynamic constants. Threshold Inhibitors. Use of the LSI together with the Stability Index contributes to more accurate prediction of the scaling or corrosive tendencies of a water. An equation developed by Langelier makes it possible to predict the tendency of calcium carbonate either to precipitate or to dissolve under varying conditions. Foulants enter a cooling system with makeup water, airborne contamination, process leaks, and corrosion. If the LSI is positive, calcium carbonate tends to deposit. Scaling is not always related to temperature. Process leaks introduce a variety of contaminants that accelerate deposition and corrosion. Foulants, such as river water silt, enter the system as finely dispersed particles, which can be as small as nm. As ion clusters in solution become oriented, metastable microcrystallites highly oriented ion clusters are formed. These cells accelerate corrosion and lead to process equipment failure. The most important factor affecting the settling rate is the size of the particle. If it is negative, calcium carbonate tends to dissolve. Work by Professor W. Learn more about SUEZ's deposition and scale control chemicals. Particulate removal can also be accomplished by filtration of recirculating cooling water.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} The most direct method of inhibiting formation of scale deposits is operation at subsaturation conditions, where scale-forming salts are soluble. Threshold inhibitors delay or retard the rate of precipitation. Minor variations in water chemistry or heat load can result in scaling see Figure Scaling can be controlled effectively by the use of sequestering agents and chelates , which are capable of forming soluble complexes with metal ions. Most potential foulants enter with makeup water as particulate matter, such as clay, silt, and iron oxides see Figure Insoluble aluminum and iron hydroxides enter a system from makeup water pretreatment operations. Tightly adherent scale deposits do not form, because crystals that form on surfaces in contact with flowing water cannot withstand the mechanical force exerted by the water. Where the Stability Index exceeds 7. Some well waters contain high levels of soluble ferrous iron that is later oxidized to ferric iron by dissolved oxygen in the recirculating cooling water. Where waters have a Stability Index of 6. As counterions adsorb, the net charge of the particle decreases. In addition, it is necessary to maintain precise control of pH and concentration cycles. The most commonly used scale inhibitors are low molecular weight acrylate polymers and organophosphorus compounds phosphonates. This inhibits further growth and favors the dissolution reaction. Airborne contaminants usually consist of clay and dirt particles but can include gases such as hydrogen sulfide, which forms insoluble precipitates with many metal ions. The distortions defects in the crystal lattice create internal stresses, making the crystal fragile. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}System scaling and deposition can cause many problems within your operation. After particles have settled, the nature of the deposit depends on the strength of the attractive forces between the particles themselves agglomerate strength and between the particles and the surface they contact. Deposit accumulations in cooling water systems reduce the efficiency of heat transfer and the carrying capacity of the water distribution system. Fouling occurs when insoluble particulates suspended in recirculating water form deposits on a surface. Precipitation occurs when solubilities are exceeded either in the bulk water or at the surface. Scale control can be achieved through operation of the cooling system at subsaturated conditions or through the use of chemical additives. The most common scale-forming salts that deposit on heat transfer surfaces are those that exhibit retrograde solubility with temperature. In some cases this can be achieved with a single component e. Because it is very insoluble, the ferric iron precipitates. With the introduction of high-efficiency film fill, deposit accumulation in the cooling tower packing has become an area of concern see Figure Deposits are broadly categorized as scale or foulants. The inhibitor blocks much of the crystal surface, causing distortions in the crystal lattice as growth continues. If it is zero, the water is at equilibrium. Both the calcium ion and the alkalinity terms are the negative logarithms of their respective concentrations. A typical one is shown in Figure This index is a qualitative indication of the tendency of calcium carbonate to deposit or dissolve. Fouling mechanisms are dominated by particle-particle interactions that lead to the formation of agglomerates. Therefore, its use is limited to waters containing low concentrations of the metal. These terms are functions of temperature and total mineral content. The relationships of these variables are expressed by Stokes' Law. Calcium carbonate and calcium sulfate scaling occur on unheated surfaces when their solubilities are exceeded in the bulk water see Figure Metallic surfaces are ideal sites for crystal nucleation because of their rough surfaces and the low velocities adjacent to the surface. In addition, the deposits cause oxygen differential cells to form. Deposits range from thin, tightly adherent films to thick, gelatinous masses, depending on the depositing species and the mechanism responsible for deposition. The adsorbed inhibitor also disperses particles, by virtue of its electrostatic charge, and prevents the formation of strongly bound agglomerates. Classic examples of these materials are ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid EDTA for chelating calcium hardness, and polyphosphates for iron Figure This approach requires stoichiometric chemical quantities. The calculation of the pHs has been simplified by the preparation of various nomographs. This index is based on a study of actual operating results with waters having various Saturation Indexes. Two different waters, one of low hardness corrosive and the other of high hardness scale-forming , can have the same Saturation Index. Settling occurs when the energy imparted by fluid velocity can no longer suspend the particle, due to agglomeration and growth. Deposition continues as long as the shear strength of the deposit exceeds the shear stress of the flowing water. At the initial stage of precipitation, the microcrystallite can either continue to grow forming a larger crystal with a well defined lattice or dissolve. Scale deposits are formed by precipitation and crystal growth at a surface in contact with water. The particles carry an electrostatic charge, which causes similarly charged particles to repel each other, favoring their dispersion. Also, their soluble and insoluble hydroxide forms can each cause precipitation of some water treatment chemicals, such as orthophosphate. Both classes of materials function as threshold inhibitors; however, the polymeric materials are more effective dispersants. The calcium content is molar, while the alkalinity is an equivalent concentration i.