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BCP™ 5000

BCP™ 5000 Series Chemistry: Geothermal Utilities


BCP™ 5000 series products (containing DTEA II™) remove pre-existing hard sulfur deposits and control new deposit formation in geothermal power plant cooling water systems


BCP™ 5000 Series Products (containing DTEA II ™) penetrate, disperse and clean sulfur deposits in geothermal power plant cooling water systems as an ‘on-line’ cleaning program.  When used in a regular maintenance dosing mode, DTEA II™ prevents sulfur deposit formation.

See Applications – Geothermal for more information on how BCP 5000 series chemistry works in geothermal power plants.

Sulfur deposit accumulation in flow-lines.

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Sulfur fouling of cooling tower spray nozzles alters water distribution onto the top of the cooling tower fill.

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Uneven water distribution from fouled spray nozzles results in areas of minimal and heavy sulfur deposition in the fill.

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Variable sulfur fouling in the fill results in zones of heavy and light flow of water through the fill.   Flooded zones experience poor cooling efficiency.

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