Replacements, collateral damage and penalties
1 hour, limited theory, only relevant info
Return on experience clearly shows that chemistry-related deviations and incidents in power plant water-steam cycles can have costly consequences.
Unwanted deposits and corrosion can lead to boiler leaks or even require piping, heat exchangers or turbine blades to be replaced, resulting in steep replacement costs in many cases. Collateral damage can also be very costly, since it is a requirement for most power plants to produce power, and any unplanned shutdown comes with big penalties.
Fortunately, keeping the risk of incidents to a minimum is possible if precautions are observed.
Brussels, Madrid, Paris, Berlin 9am
Abu Dhabi, Dubai 11am
Manilla, Taipei 3pm
Join us free of charge.
Not available on the day of the webinar?
No problem, you can register anyway and we will send you the slides and the link to watch the recording afterwards.
During the webinar, we will examine and comment the following key-questions:
- Is the chemical treatment suited to the circuit’s design?
- Is there a monitoring strategy in place for the water-steam circuit?
- Does the monitoring strategy focus on the right aspects?
- Are the on-line and off-line measurement results reliable?
- Have optimal alarm thresholds been set?
- Are clear procedures in place for – prompt – appropriate action?
Questions at the event? Please feel free to ask!
We welcome your questions at the webinar, and please also feel free to bring specific cases for discussion. Our experts will be ready to offer their opinions and advice. Any questions we don’t get to will be addressed by email after the webinar. Questions can be in English, French or Dutch.
Meet our experts
During the webinar, you’ll have the opportunity to meet our experts: Han Huynh, Anthony Senécat and Marnix Vermeersch. All specialists in power plant water chemistry, the team has proven field experience supporting operators as they respond to everyday issues and longer term challenges. They also provide assistance in a range of specific situations such as commissioning, restart and mothballing.