Petrochemical Plants Water Treatment
An award-winning new technology developed by the MIT engineers from Infinite Cooling is getting ready to change the energy industry with petrochemical plants water recycling. The patented system captures the water vapor usually released from cooling towers and channels it for repeated use, dramatically decreasing costs and increasing water efficiency.
As droughts spread and water becomes more and more of a limiting factor for power plants and more, we are here to drive sustainable technology forward with our innovative water recycling solutions for petrochemical plants. Find out how our system can help your plant save water and money today.
Changing the Game in Petrochemical Water Costs Solutions
Infinite Cooling is getting all the buzz and media attention for a reason. Our creative and simple system uses electrical fields to charge the water and collect almost 80% of the water released from cooling towers. For a single 250 MW power plant that water usage reduction for petrochemical plants means a million dollars in savings each year and 20% less water consumed.
Novel water capture technology
Our patent-pending technology developed at MIT reduces water consumption in evaporative cooling tower systems by over 20% by capturing water from cooling tower plumes
20-30% reduction in total plant water consumption (make-up and blowdown)
$1M annual savings in water sourcing and water treatment costs for a 600 MW system
100% plume elimination on cooling towers retrofitted with Infinite Cooling technology
And not only does this advance in petrochemical plants water recycling translate to increased savings and efficiency for little cost and even less risk, but it helps to significantly reduce vapor plumes, which can be a source of conflict and controversy when navigating relationships with neighborhoods and municipalities around the plant. The system can even be retrofitted and added to already standing power plants with minimal disruption or interruption of service.
The whole energy industry could be impacted. The bottom line, however, is the impact on the planet. We’re on the verge of a global water crisis, and power plants in the U.S. are responsible for almost two-fifths of the country’s water use. Our petrochemical water costs solutions are a powerful first step in building a sustainable world.
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Our team is looking for energy companies and investors to partner with and start putting our patented technologies to use. Contact us through our online form and find out more now. The future starts today.
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