Use Lower-Quality Cooling Water

GE’s GenGard 8000 can use lower quality water in the cooling process, while avoiding corrosion and fouling problems.

Water towersWith rising energy costs and strains on capacity, industrial facilities are pressed to do more with less, striving to optimize efficiency while keeping costs to a minimum. GE’s latest cooling water technology, GenGard 8000, can use lower quality water in the cooling process, while avoiding corrosion and fouling problems. The system can:

  • Reduce the need for sulfuric acid in cooling water systems, minimizing the impact on the environment.
  • Be used in neutral and alkaline cooling water applications.
  • Be used in conjunction with the most cost-effective biocide programs and GE’s TrueSense knowledge management platform.

GE’s GenGard 8000 cooling water technology

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