Without heat and (electrical) energy, companies cannot produce and households cannot function. In the rapidly evolving energy landscape, conventional energy production, where water is converted into steam to run turbines, will continue to have their share alongside CHP (combined heat and power) and alternative energy production.
Corrosion prevention... vitally important
In plants where energy is produced by steam, the prevention of corrosion and precipitation (or deposits) is the main concern. Chemicals are dosed in different locations to prevent problems and thereby save a lot of money. That dose, of course, has to be controlled. Early detection of possible causes of corrosion or precipitation is important. This requires reliable and specialised measuring equipment and analysers.