Template-Assisted Crystallization

Vastyan, John
November 2010
Heating/Piping/Air Conditioning Engineering;Nov2010, Vol. 82 Issue 11, p34
The article discusses the installation of a template-assisted-crystallization (TAC) central treatment system as substitute to salt-based water softening for critical boiler-treatment applications. It highlights the goals of physical water treatment (PWT) such as to avoid the use of chemical additives. The protection of a plumbing system from damaging lime deposits is discussed.


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