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Robert Cook., Nuclear Service Engineer, Power Plant Ops, Repair, (1974-present) Answered 1 year ago · Author has 4.4K answers and 1M answer views. No. Even "if" it were pure water - and it is NOT pure water but is usually highly treated with phosphates and sodium solutions to reduce corrosion and deposits on the boiler tube walls and free oxygen in the water!Get A Quote
Boiler water is liquid water within a boiler, or in associated piping, pumps and other equipment, that is intended for evaporation into steam. The term may also be applied to raw water intended for use in boilers, treated boiler feedwater, steam condensate being returned to a boiler, or boiler blowdown being removed from a boiler. Storage tank of water for locomotive boilers.Get A Quote
The boiler receives the feed water, which consists of varying proportion of recovered condensed water (return water) and fresh water, which has been purified in varying degrees (make up water). The make-up water is usually natural water either in its raw state, or treated by some process before use.Get A Quote
It has no use as drinking water or in making plants grow, but in pure form has found use in nuclear reactors. For all practical purposes only ordinary water, H2O, is considered for use in boilers.Get A Quote
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The necessity of Boiler feed water purification Boiler feed water, specifically for steam generation requires high purity water, different depending on regions and scales. The feed water quality requirement varies depending on the manufacturer/generator, as well as the boiler model. Poor water quality or system design results in boiler life span shortening.Get A Quote
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