Nuclear facilities rely on water to generate steam and as a coolant
Nuclear reactors play an integral role in our nation’s energy system, accounting for 1/5 of America’s energy supply. Nuclear reactors generate electricity through two primary mechanisms: Boiling water reactors (BWRs) and pressurized water reactors (PWRs). In each scenario, the steam generated must be properly cooled following electricity production. This is vital to the safe and efficient operation of a nuclear power plant.
Water plays an essential role in the nuclear power generation process. Water must be treated to ensure that bacteria, algae and microbiological growth levels remain controlled to avoid equipment corrosion pipe fouling that could impede proper functioning of coolant systems.
HASA’s industrial-grade liquid sanitizer solutions play an essential support role in nuclear reactor operation management. Learn more about how our premium 12.5% concentrated sodium hypochlorite water treatments deliver a powerful deterrent to help control water contamination and ensure maximum efficiency for reactor managers and operators.
Discover why HASA is the go-to source for premier water treatment and sanitization on the market today—and why more major industries are turning to liquid sodium hypochlorite as the most trusted, economical water decontaminant available.