[Beowulf] Google greywater cooling

Christopher Samuel samuel at unimelb.edu.au
Sun Mar 25 19:53:10 EDT 2012


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On 24/03/12 00:47, Prentice Bisbal wrote:

> Any time you use water in a closed-loop system (chilled water
> cooling or steam heating, for example). It needs to be very clean,
> and have additional chemicals added to it prevent corrosion or
> mineral buildup inside the pipes, so greywater would probably never
> be used inside one of these systems.

In our experience they also add anti-fungals like azoles to them too.

cheers,
Chris
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