The nuclear industry controls sulfate (SO4) in the steam generator and reactor feed water to minimize corrosion of critical equipment and piping. There are many possible sources of SO4 in these systems. Ion exchange resins are used to remove SO4 when an incursion occurs. However, ion exchange resin itself can become a source of SO4 instead of a sink. In this free webinar Bill Carlin, Senior TS&D Scientist, and special guest Michelle Mura, Senior Technical Leader of EPRI, will discuss:
The sources of SO4 from ion exchange resins and how to ensure the ion exchange resin as a source of SO4 is minimized
The different sources of sulfate from Ion exchange resin
How the sulfuric acid regeneration process can be a significant source of sulfate
How to mitigate sulfate concentration due to ion exchange resin through resin choice and operations
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