Case Study | December 13, 2012

Generating Station Maximizes Efficiency By Choosing A Membrane Decarbonation System

Source: Membrana
rokeby

When dissolved carbon dioxide in the water began overloading the anion resin and decreasing capacity at its Rokeby Generating Station, Lincoln Electric Systems had to act quickly to update its winter contingency plans and meet increasing demand. In this case study, learn why the municipality chose a membrane degasifying system over chemical treatment options or a forced draft aerator, thus reducing costs and improving overall efficiency by minimizing downtime.

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Access Content Rokeby Generating Station Saves 50% In Capital Expense By Using Liqui-CelĀ® 14x28 Membrane Contactors To Remove CO2 To Extend Mixed Bed Resin Life