Treatment of Cooling Towers

Cooling towers are an essential piece of equipment in every industry and AquaChem have developed an extensive range of cooling water treatment chemicals to prevent the four major problems associated with Cooling Towers namely scale, corrosion, suspended solids and microbiological fouling including Legionnaires’ disease.

The quality cooling water products together with the on-site technical service provided by AquaChem focus on improving the operational efficiency of commercial and industrial cooling systems.

Smart Release ™ Technology

Smart Release Technology is designed specifically for cooling tower treatment. Chemicals are supplied in liquid form or via our new Smart Release ™ Technology which provides solid chemical treatment without the need for a dosing pump resulting in a much more efficient, green process.

Smart Release Technology comes in a tablet form, which delivers 30-day controlled release chemistry for your cooling tower with precision and ease while eliminating the possible discharge of harmful liquid chemicals.

Watch this video to see how this technology works, or visit our equipment page for more information.

Biocides are also used to prevent microbial growth that can be harmful not only to the cooling tower but also to human health.

We have a blog dedicated to cooling tower maintenance, click here to see more.

The routine maintenance of the cooling towers is very important to maximise their utilization and help avoid disasters which not only could cause health and safety issues but can interfere with your industrial processes or destroy your machinery.

The AquaChem Legionella Water Hygiene Logbook System also enables operators of cooling towers and evaporative condensers to comply with the Irish Health Protection Surveillance Centre, UK and European Guidelines to minimise the risk of a Legionnaires’ disease outbreak. The logbook system in either electronic or hard copy format contains details of site risk assessments, management and monitoring procedures plus tailored log sheets required to comply with legal requirements to minimise the risk of a Legionnaires’ disease.