Intended Audience: mechanical engineers and other design and construction professionals
PDH UNITS: 3
Water sampling and testing procedures provide information that can be used for the following purposes: to ensure the protection of the water system equipment; to prevent unexpected system failure; to provide information used to control water quality; and to verify that water treatment chemicals are maintained at the proper concentration within the system or, if not, to allow for adjustment of their concentration. Adequate chemical treatment of water systems requires that specific levels of specific chemicals be maintained in the water to provide the system with protection from corrosion and deposits. This requirement applies to both cooling and boiler water systems. The purpose of a sampling and analysis program for industrial water is to ensure and verify that the required levels of treatment chemicals are being maintained and that the water quality parameters are within the specified control ranges.
1. WATER SAMPLING AND TESTING
2. COOLING TOWER WATER SAMPLING AND TESTING
3. ROUTINE BOILER WATER SAMPLING AND TESTING
4. WATER SAMPLING AND TESTING FOR CLOSED HOT AND
CHILLED CIRCULATING WATER SYSTEMS
5. WATER TESTING
6. INTERPRETATION OF RESULTS FROM WATER TESTS
7. IN-PLANT LABORATORY WATER TESTING REQUIREMENTS
After completion of this course you will have an understanding of basic methods for sampling and testing water systems.
At the successful conclusion of this course, you’ll be able to identify and discuss:
- Learn about in-plant testing by water system operators;
- Learn how to utilize independent quality assurance analysis;
- Learn about cooling tower water testing requirements;
- Learn recommended frequencies for cooling water sampling and testing;
- Learn the typical water sampling points for an open recirculating cooling water system;
- Learn about routine boiler water sampling and testing; and
- Learn the typical locations for water sampling in a steam boiler water system.
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