The nuclear industry control chloride (Cl) in the reactor water to minimize corrosion of reactor vessel internals and piping. There are many possible sources of Cl in these systems. Ion exchange resins are used to remove Cl when an incursion occurs. It is critically important that the ion exchange resin itself does not become a source of Cl instead of a sink. In this free webinar Bill Carlin, Senior TS&D Scientist, and Jamie Buckner, Nuclear Account Manager at Evoqua Water Technologies, will discuss:
The sources of Cl from ion exchange resins
How to ensure the ion exchange resin does not become a source of Cl in the reactor water
Issues with current testing and specifications on organic chloride.
Best way to manage chloride release from ion exchange resins