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The use of total organic carbon analysers to monitor sugar contamination in boiler feed condensate


Proceedings of the Annual Congress South African Sugar Technologists' Association ( 67): 144-147
The use of total organic carbon analysers to monitor sugar contamination in boiler feed condensate
The recent installation of 2 high-pressure boilers at Hulett Refineries has increased the need for a more sensitive and reliable means of continuously monitoring boiler feed condensate for sugar contamination. The conductivity-based system, which relies on higher ash levels in the contaminating streams for good sensitivity, has proved unreliable at the refinery because the ash content in all process streams is so low.


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