“Industrial Water Management” Conference

Country: India

City: New Delhi

Abstr. due: 15.06.2019

Dates: 09.12.19 — 10.12.19

Area Of Sciences: Ecology; Technical sciences; Geography;

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Organizing comittee e-mail: contact@industrialwatermanagement.in

Organizers: MatCorr


Water is a must requisite for every Industry. Raw water entering an industrial plant often needs treatment to meet tight quality specifications. Water Treatment is used to optimize most water-based industrial processes, such as heating, cooling, processing, cleaning, and rinsing so that operating costs and risks are reduced. Industrial Water Management encompasses all aspects which include sourcing of water, pre-treatment to meet required quality, Desalination, Boiler Water Treatment, Cooling Water Treatment and Industrial Waste Water Treatment etc.

Poor water treatment caused damage to the surfaces of pipes and vessels which contain it. Steam boilers can scale up or corrode, and these deposits will mean more fuel is needed to heat the same amount of water. Cooling towers can also scale up and corrode but left untreated, the warm, dirty water they can contain will encourage bacteria to grow, and Legionnaires' disease can be the fatal consequence. Water treatment is also used to improve the quality of water contacting the manufactured product e.g. semiconductors, and/or can be part of the product e.g. beverages, pharmaceuticals, etc. In many cases, effluent water from one process can be suitable for reuse in another process if given suitable treatment.

Efficient Water Management is critical to the operation of any plant. Under inadequate control, the water system can create significant difficulty to the plant like Loss of production capacity, increased cost of cleaning and protective chemicals, Quality of Water, Scaling, Corrosion, Microbiological Activity, Heat Transfer Efficiency and disposal of residual wastewater, increased energy Maintenance costs, and Reduction in service life. Corrosion in the water system can cause various problems like Scaling, Fouling, MIC etc. can also lead to leaks, which is a pressurized system can lead to catastrophic failures. Industrial Water Management is very critical to maintain Smooth Operation, Safety and Integrity of your Assets.

Theme Topics

Session 1 - Industrial Water System:
Sourcing of water (river water, sea water, portable water etc), Minimal Water use, Recycling
Closed loops system, once through system, Open recirculating system treatment    

Session 2 - Design, Efficiency & Integrity in Industrial Water System:
Chemical cleaning & passivation, Water Pre-treatment, Demineralization, Desalination, Filtration, Cooling water Automation,
Fire Water System, and Efficiency of Heat Transfer
Session 3 - Design & Operation aspects in Cooling Water, Boiler Water System:
Cooling Water Treatment, Cooling water Bio Control, Boiler Water Treatment      

Session 4 - Water Treatment & Chemical Injection:
Chemical treatment, efficiency of chemical treatment, Corrosion Inhibitor dosing, Types of Inhibitors, Dosing efficiency,
De-foamers, Demulsification, Oxygen Scavengers, Chlorine Dioxide, Maintenance Chemicals, Reverse Osmosis Chemicals,
Dust Control Chemicals, Innovative Products

Session 5 - Cooling Towers, Boilers, Tanks, Heat exchangers, Pumps:
Cooling towers, Boilers, Tanks, Heat exchangers, Pumps, Pipes, Valves
Heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC), Scale/Deposit controllers, Fouling Control

Session 6 - Corrosion Control, Monitoring & MIC Control:
Corrosion & Scale control, Microbiological control, Bio-cide treatment, Bio-fouling
Corrosion Monitoring & Inspection, Corrosion control, corrosion probes and coupons       

Session 7 - Waste Water Management & Recycling of Water:
Waste Water Treatment, Recycling of Water, Water Pinching

Session 8 - Failure Analysis and Selection of optimum Material of Construction:
Troubleshooting, Leakages and failures in the water system, Material of construction (Galvanized, Brass/ Cu alloys, DSS, Cu-Ni, Ti etc., Plastic materials)

Conference Web-Site: http://industrialwatermanagement.in/