Contribution towards climate change control

Question of climate change loom around the globe and all are looking for ways and means to curb the same. Macro and micro level planning and strategies and formed to reduce the emissions. Indirectly the means of energy savings are seriously sought. Chillers, Boilers and Cooling towers consume 40% of the heat requirements in commercial and residential sector. Commercial and residential sector forms major chunk of energy consumption.

Looking at the figurs it is clear that the 15 % of the total energy is consumed in HVAC and Boilers. Adding another 25 % from the industrial sector to this will give almost half of the global energy is linked to water related system. Corrosion and scaling is major issues in this sector. Scaling either by corrosion , deposit of corrosion product or bio fouling can reduce the energy efficiency considerably and increase the unwanted green house emissions and contribute towards the global warming and climate change.

Break Up of Energy consumption

Application of well engineered corrosion / scale inhibitors and biocides are essential in controlling:

  • Life of the assets
  • Reduce the energy cost
  • Increase profitability
  • Contribute towards sustainable future

The compatibility of chemicals, control of chemicals and application the chemicals are extremely important as it depend on many factors. Knowledge of systems, engineering back ground, extensive research, pilot trials, commercial application knowledge, well trained service team form part of sucessful application of chemicals.

Green Water Treatment Solutions backed by universities in UAE and abroad as well with 200 years of application knowledge from Rochester Midland Corporation backing provide unmatched proffesional service in this sector.

K R Sreekumar, is a chemical engineer with more than 25 years experince industrial and design sector, he has completed his masters in finacance and bachlore in Chemical Engineering.


  • World Water Council
  • World Water and Solar Technologies