We have always paid great attention to the conditioning of cooling water. Raw water quality is analysed and solutions for effective and environmentally friendly treatment of the circulating water are developed. Use of conductivity-controlled desalination and dosing systems or softening plants has long been the state-of-the-art for us. We also supply special systems such as reverse osmosis or deferrisation plants at need.
MULTI Kühlsysteme has specifically built up an after-sales service for supplied cooling systems in the last 15 years. Maintenance plans have been developed and a team of trained service staff has been assembled. As a result, we can offer a comprehensive programme for the maintenance of recooling plants today. This includes all the usual components such as evaporative cooling towers of various designs, pump-tank stations, filter technology, heat exchangers, fittings, and pipes. Inspection of the control and regulation systems with sensors, control cabinet, electrical wiring, and programmable logic controller (PLC) is a central component of every maintenance.
Our service staff are working in Germany, Austria, Poland, Luxembourg, and Switzerland. We are planning to expand their action radius soon.
Perfect quality of the cooling water is essential for the safe operation of a cooling system and thus for a smoothly running production process. Our technicians are aware of this right away when taking recooling plants into operation, but also when processing maintenance orders. Cooling water quality is an important factor for low operating costs and high availability.
Because of this, the project engineers at MULTI Kühlsysteme have intensively studied and trained in the subject of water treatment from a hygienic point of view. We have long recommended that our customers actively implement the “Notes and recommendations for the effective and safe operation of evaporative cooling systems” contained in the VDMA standard sheet VDMA 24649:2005-05 in our operating instructions. This guideline is currently undergoing revision (see hyperlink).
Furthermore, we have been referring to the application of EUROVENT 9/5 – 2000 “Guidelines for the Prevention of. Uncontrolled Bacteriological Contamination, including Legionella Pheumophila, in Cooling Towers and Evaporative Condensers” for many years. These subjects are always on the agenda in advisory meetings with customers.