Cooling systems

Cooling systems are widely used by oil refineries and petrochemical companies. On average, 90% of circulating water uptake within an oil refinery is for technological use.

The main units of cooling systems are:

  • Refrigeration equipment
  • Communications
  • Water unit construction
  • Cooling towers
  • Cold and warm water chambers
  • Pump equipment
  • Petroseparators

Water loss due to evaporation, purge, dripping, and technological needs is replenished with either fresh or treated wastewater.

Cooling systems work using water temperatures in the range of +10°С and +400°С, and cool products within the ranges of +45°C and +350°С.

Water impurities cause corrosion, salt sedimentation and biogrowth within heat exchange systems, leading to unwanted and expensive production stoppages.

The recent enforcement of higher environmental requirements that prohibit the dumping of wastewater into natural reservoirs means that all cooling systems are now of the closed cycle type, which are renowned for their damaging properties. Now, more than ever before, an appropriate stabilisation programme is vital.

Circulating water composition is heterogeneous, and depends on the water supply source, water-cleaning system employed, seasonal changes, what is being manufactured, evaporating coefficient and a number of other, equally important factors.

Jurby WaterTech International's experts will inspect your system and prepare the optimum stabilisation treatment programme.

Our Chemical Water Treatment Division provides:

  • System performance examination and analysis
  • Problem finding and solving
  • Matching of the most effective JurbySoft® chemical water treatment programme
  • Dosing equipment installation
  • Water quality limit adjustment and control

The division is constantly improving our JurbySoft® products and technologies to meet the latest demands of our customers and the environment.

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