makeup water

makeup water

[′mā‚kəp ‚wȯd·ər]
(chemical engineering)
Water feed needed to replace that which is lost by evaporation or leakage in a closed-circuit, recycle operation.

makeup water

Water which is supplied (as to a steam boiler or cooling tower) to compensate for losses by evaporation and leakage.
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2 The Vendor Representative Will Determine And Maintain The Appropriate Chemical Feed, Blow Down And Makeup Water Rates For All Designated Systems To Insure Proper Operation.
Besides Pharmacopeia, US Environment Protection Agency (EPA) and Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have also set guidelines that encourages players to use TOC analyzers for monitoring ultrapure water, water for injection, process water, effluent/wastewater, boiler feed and makeup water, etc.
On a positive note, the developed DC markets are currently facing government regulation to achieve higher efficiency levels on both power and water front -reducing peak power consumption and higher operational power efficiencies by utilising thermal energy storage tanks & Treated Sewage Effluent for the makeup water required.
The level of COC at which a specific system can effectively operate is very dependent on the composition of the makeup water, particularly minerals and their quantity contained in the makeup water supply.
The district cooling systems for Downtown Dubai will use wastewater as makeup water for cooling towers to feed DCP1, DCP2 and DCP3 at Mohammed bin Rashid Boulevard, which will benefit the local environment by using an available resource rather than disposing of it, it said.
As cement fines accumulate in settling vessels, process water becomes less usable in fresh concrete mixes due to limits on the amount of solids that can be present in the makeup water.
Our systems are basically closed-loop, though we do have some evaporative cooling towers that require some makeup water.
Part of the treated sewage effluent is used for district cooling makeup water.
6[degrees]C), four to five cycles of concentration, and halogen-free makeup water.
Daily energy draw of the systems is roughly 30 kW per day, and daily system makeup water (that is, the water needed to replace water lost) ranges from 2 to 8 percent of system volume.
The quench tank should have good agitation and sufficient makeup water to reduce the temperature rise in the tank.
TIP 0416-14 Water quality guidelines and monitoring requirements for paper mill boilers operating with softened makeup water