Do you know the water chemical conditions of your Water Heating Installations?
The intended function of water heating installations may be impaired or even lost following waterside scaling or deposition and corrosion caused by improper water chemical conditions. Here the characteristics of the used materials play an important role.
TÜV SÜD offers:
Evaluation of water heating installations according to VDI-Guideline 2035, Part 1 (scale formation), VDI-Guideline 2035, Part 2 (water corrosion)
Evaluation of closed water heating installations regarding the risk of corrosion through continuous measurement and registration of the oxygen content in the circuit water
Evaluation of water heating installations regarding malfunctions due to gases by assessing measures to avoid the entry of air and procedures to lower the gas content (degasification, expansion)
Support regarding make-up water treatment, protection against corrosion, cleaning procedures
For a better understanding of VDI-Guideline 2035, Part 2 (water corrosion) we have produced an appropriate commentary for planners, plumbers and operators of water heating installations
Reliable identification of physicalchemical data
Optimisation with respect to water and corrosion chemistry, chemical engineering, safety engineering and economical operation
Clarification of the cause of corrosion as well as of scaling and deposition
Rehabilitation and maintenance of the intended function and operational availability
External and neutral quality assurance
Our laboratories are accredited as per DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025 and as an inspectorate type A as per DIN EN ISO/IEC 17020.