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Cooling Towers heat exchange improvement using air MNB instead of costly chemicals

 Crystal Growth and Formation of “Sandy” CaCO3
One theory for the prevention of scale in ozone-treated
systems is that ozone changes the crystal morphology of the
precipitated CaCO3, rendering it less adherent to heat
exchange surfaces and causing it to settle in the basin. A
common assertion is the appearance of a CaCO3 “sand” in
the basin of ozone-treated systems.
No algae grow
No biofilms on heat exchange surfaces
No minerals crystallization on heat exchangers
90% lower water consumption