February 1999

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HP Water Management: Appreciating the power of water

You need not look hard within a process plant to find key technical and production personnel who overlook improvement opportunities within industrial water systems. This oversight is often rooted in t..

Bloch, K., Flint Hills Resources, L.P.

You need not look hard within a process plant to find key technical and production personnel who overlook improvement opportunities within industrial water systems. This oversight is often rooted in the fact that the plant's profitability is based on how their activities enhance production, rather than how efficiently industrial water systems are operated. No wonder, then, many technical and production personnel view water systems as nothing but overhead, rather than profit centers. In reality, the performance of critical process equipment greatly depends on how well the plant's industrial water systems are managed. Many potentially limiting areas such as turbine efficiency, heat ex

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