Zeta Rod 簡報檔-英文 Formosa Plastics | Nan-Ya Jing Hsin Co-Gen Power Plant

Formosa Plastics | Nan-Ya Jing-Hsin Power PlantZeta Library Collections: Case Studies

September 2007
Zeta Rod 簡報檔-英文 Formosa Plastics | Nan-Ya Jing Hsin Co-Gen Power Plant
Frigad Corporation Limited — Zeta Rod Taiwan Distributor www.zetarod.com.tw

The 10,000 RT cool­ing tow­er at Formosa Plastics Group, Nan-Ya Plastics Jing-Hsin Power Plant in Taiwan uses Zeta Rod sys­tems for foul­ing pre­ven­tion, water con­ser­va­tion, chem­i­cal reduc­tion and enhanced work­er health & safe­ty.

click here to link to the Nan-Ya Co-Gen Plant case study

Biofouling Control in Heat Exchangers Using High Voltage Capacitance-Based Technology

Image of Tomar, Portugal

Zeta Library Collections: Technical Papers
July 2007

R. Romo, M. M Pitts and N. B. Handagama. “Biofouling Control in Heat Exchangers Using High Voltage Capacitance Based Technology” ECI Symposium Series, Volume RP5: Proceedings of 7th International Conference on Heat Exchanger Fouling and Cleaning — Engineering Conferences International, Tomar, Portugal, July 1 — 6, 2007

Abstract:
…Four dif­fer­ent appli­ca­tion case stud­ies are pre­sent­ed in this paper in which High Voltage Capacitance Based (HVCB) tech­nol­o­gy was used to con­trol bio­foul­ing. The appli­ca­tions include an evap­o­ra­tive cool­ing wall in a green­house in Oracle, Arizona; a cool­ing tower–condenser appli­ca­tion in Phoenix, Arizona (study per­formed by Arizona State University under a U.S. Department of Energy grant); a cool­ing tow­er sys­tem using reclaimed indus­tri­al waste water at a wafer facil­i­ty in Camas, WA; and a pip­ing sys­tem for a major util­i­ty plant (Tennessee Valley Authority – TVA) using riv­er water.

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簡報檔-英文: Zeta Rods treat 6000RT cooling tower at Formosa Plastics Nan-Ya Chia-Yi Plant

Zeta rods installed into 6000RT cooling tower at Nan-Ya Plastics, TaiwanZeta Library Collections: Case Studies

September 2005
Formosa Plastics | Nan-Ya Chia-Yi Plant | Zeta Rod Case Study 簡報檔-英文

Frigaid Corporation Limited, Zeta Rod Asia Distributor www.zetarod.com.tw

Zeta Rod sys­tems suc­cess­ful­ly pro­vide water con­ser­va­tion, chem­i­cal elim­i­na­tions and reduc­tions, bio­foul­ing & scale pre­ven­tion in this PVC plant.

click here to link to the Formosa Group, Nan-Ya Plastics Case Study

Zeta Rod systems remove biofilms that shield legionella

Zeta NewsTucson, Arizona:  Zeta Corporation has estab­lished that its patent­ed Zeta Rod® tech­nol­o­gy is anoth­er weapon in the bat­tle against legionel­la. Zeta Rod sys­tems will remove and pre­vent recur­rence of biofilm and asso­ci­at­ed scale that shel­ters legionel­la bac­te­ria inside potable water sys­tems and in cool­ing tow­ers. Continue read­ing

Zeta Rod Wins Environmental Award for Los Angeles Convention Center

WaterWorld

http://www.waterworld.com/content/ww/en/articles/2002/04/zeta-rod-wins-environmental-award-for-los-angeles-convention-center.html

Tucson, Ariz., April 10, 2002 — After three years of close­ly mon­i­tored per­for­mance at the Los Angeles Convention Center of Zeta Corporation’s Zeta Rod™ sys­tem, the con­ven­tion cen­ter won a city-wide envi­ron­men­tal award and real­ized a three-year accu­mu­lat­ed sav­ings of $150,000.

Image of Zeta Rod System at Los Angeles Convention Center

Zeta Rod System at Los Angeles Convention Center

In mak­ing the announce­ment, Zeta President M. Michael Pitts, Jr, Ph.D. said that the City of Los Angeles Quality and Productivity Commission, after an eight-month eval­u­a­tion process, sin­gled out 20 city depart­ments out of 114 appli­cants for hon­ors in the cat­e­gories of Customer Service, Environmental, Entrepreneurship, E-Business and Innovation and Creativity.

The Los Angeles Convention Center facil­i­ties staff won the Environmental Award for “the elim­i­na­tion of scale and cor­ro­sion clean­ing, increased employ­ee safe­ty, reduced water con­sump­tion, longer equip­ment life and an annu­al sav­ings of $50,000” in the oper­a­tion of the huge building’s chillers and cool­ing tow­ers. Continue read­ing

Case Study: Zeta Rods® improve legionella control in steel mill cooling towers

Photo of Nervacero steel mill cooling towers with Zeta Rods suspendedZeta Library Collections: Case Studies

June 2001
Zeta Rods improve legionel­la con­trol in steel mill cool­ing tow­ers

Nervacero steel mill in Vizcaya, Spain uti­lizes Zeta Rods in its legionel­la con­trol pro­to­col, allow­ing for elim­i­na­tion of bio-dis­per­sant and reduc­tion of sodi­um hypochlo­rite by 50%.

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Los Angeles Convention Center Environmental Award

Zeta Library Collections: Awards
March 2001

Link to City of Los Angeles LACC Award Announcement

Los Angeles Convention Center Environmental Award : “The envi­ron­men­tal­ly safe result of the Zeta Rod instal­la­tions at the Los Angeles Convention Center has been elim­i­na­tion of scale and cor­ro­sion clean­ing, increased employ­ee safe­ty, reduced water con­sump­tion, longer equip­ment life, and annu­al sav­ings of $50,000.”

AIChE Update: New Techniques Tame Biofouling

Biofilm Word CloudZeta Library Collections: Articles

February 2000
AIChE Update: New Techniques Tame Biofouling
Chemical Engineering Progress | AIChE

Biofouling plagues many plants in the chem­i­cal process indus­tries. Ongoing research is focus­ing on ways to con­trol a range of bioor­gan­isms, rang­ing from fun­gi to zebra mus­sels, that can cause these prob­lems. Chlorine Pulsing, Electronic Rods [Zeta Rods], fil­ters, anti-micro­bial coat­ings and corn-based poly­mers are dis­cussed.  Click here to link to the AIChE CEP Magazine arti­cle.

Biosphere 2: Biofouling and Scale Prevention in CELdek® Wet Wall Evaporative Cooling

diagram of CELdek media functionZeta Library Collections: Case Studies
March 1999
Biosphere 2: Prevention of Biofouling and Scale in CELdek Wet Wall
Bioshere 2 expe­ri­ences dra­mat­ic improve­ment in the clean­li­ness of wet wall CELdek® media with use of Zeta Rod sys­tems. Expected media replace­ment was unnec­ces­sary and the cli­mate wall can oper­ate at peak effi­cien­cy.

Click here to link to the Biosphere 2 Wet Wall Case Study