Kraetsch, K.

ChemTreat, Inc., Chesterfield, Virginia

Kurt Kraetsch is a Technical Staff Consultant with ChemTreat. He has 20 yr of experience in the specialty chemical industry, heavily focused on boilers in the chemical, refining, and petrochemical industries. He also has an additional 10 yr of chemistry and steam plant operational experience from the U.S. Navy while serving aboard nuclear submarines. Mr. Kraetsch holds a BS degree in nuclear engineering technology from Thomas Edison State University in Trenton, New Jersey.

Advanced methods for controlling boiler tube corrosion and fouling—Part 2

Kraetsch, K., Buecker, B., ChemTreat, Inc.

In Part 1 of this article, the authors covered techniques for minimizing corrosion and contaminant ingress from condensate return and feedwater to industrial steam generators.

Advanced methods for controlling boiler tube corrosion and fouling—Part 1

Kraetsch, K., Buecker, B., ChemTreat, Inc.

Many heavy industrial plants, such as refineries and petrochemical facilities, require steam for numerous processes, including powering turbines, providing energy for a variety of unit operations and even heating buildings in some locations.