Valoriser son eau industrielle
Irrigation pipes for industrial or private use, are often affected by limescale, corrosion, as well an army of microbial contaminants, destroying your materials. On top of this, the productivity, and the lifespan,of the pipes is diminished. Using our green chemical water treatment programmes, Green Europe can improve your installations in an eco-friendly way!
Over time, industrial installations that make intensive use of water will become affected by limescale. The consequences are diverse: less efficient equipment, greater wear and tear, higher energy costs. Fortunately, you can rely on Green Europe for savings in energy and water consumption: gone are the deposits from your systems!
Inhibiteurs de corrosion
Over the years, your industrial installations (boilers, cooling towers, drinking water pipes, cogeneration units, closed circuits, etc.), through which water circulate, will inevitably lead to rust, unless the appropriate water treatment is undertaken. A lack of adequate prevention treatment will reduce efficiency and increase the risks of a breakdown, hence maintenance expenses. With the help of Green Europe, you can at last prevent this corrosion from occurring and, by the same token, increase your productivity, whilst negating thermal exchange losses.
Bacteria, legionella and salmonella are micro-organisms that develop very easily and rapidly in industrial water, with damaging consequences to health (legionnaires’ disease) or to your installations (biofilms). Green Europe can help you eliminate those bacteria !
Technological auxiliary agents
In several sectors, water is at the core of the industrial activities. This is especially true for steel production and transformation, or in the food industry, sugar production and paper factories.
The polyelectrolytes (ionic polymers) are products carrying an ionic charge, giving them their ability to coagulate or flocculate the colloids present in wastewater. They render the water clear and drinkable (this purification constitutes the first « water reuse» phase).