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TECHNICAL DOCUMENT   ON 

CHEMICAL ANALYSIS DURING CHEMICAL CLEANING OF   BOILER USING EDTA 
     
Document No.: PWR/TSX/BLR/02/269/00/12       

 

 

         

 

BHARAT HEAVY ELECTRICALS LIMITED 
POWER SECTOR – TECHNICAL SERVICES  Kribhco Bhawan, A 8 – 10, Sector – 1,  Noida – 201301. 

 

 
 

TECHNICAL DOCUMENT ON CHEMICAL ANALYSIS DURING   CHEMICAL CLEANING OF BOILER USING EDTA  
 

             

B HARAT HEAVY ELECTRICALS LIMITED    POWER SECTOR – TECHNICAL SERVICES, NOIDA 
 

DOCUMENT NO:  
PWR/TSX/BLR/02/269/00/12 

    PROCEDURE FOR CHEMICAL ANALYSIS DURING   CHEMICAL CLEANING OF BOILER USING EDTA  Introduction BHEL has adopted procedure of Ammoniated EDTA with initial concentration of 4 ± 1% for Chemical Cleaning of Boiler. 1 1. at temperature above 110⁰C None Chemical Formulation Completion Criteria Cold Water Flushing Nil The quality and quantity of chemicals required for Chemical Cleaning of Boiler using EDTA is as per Appendix I. B HARAT HEAVY ELECTRICALS LIMITED    POWER SECTOR – TECHNICAL SERVICES. No.2 – 9.2 – 9.1 Step Preliminary Cleaning Step Alkali Flushing Tri Sodium Phospahte (1000 ppm) Di Sodium Phospahte (500 ppm) 1.0 2 2. The chemical cleaning process and chemical formulations used for each step is.3 Hot Water Flushing Nil Achieving drum water temperature of 140⁰C Achieving drum water temperature of 140⁰C Phosphate < 10 ppm and pH ≈ 7. NOIDA  DOCUMENT NO. :  PWR/TSX/BLR/02/269/00/12  1  . as outlined below: S.1 Acid Pickling Step EDTA Pickling Ammoniated EDTA (4 ± 1%) Hydrazine (1000 ppm) BHELmax (0.8) Iron Conc.2 1.15% w/w) BHELsol (0. stabilizes in three concurrent values or EDTA contact time of 8 hrs.2 Treated DM Water Rinsing Hydrazine (200 ppm) Ammonia (to maintain pH: 9.8) 2.15% w/v) Ammonia (to maintain pH: 9.

 NOIDA  DOCUMENT NO. Following chemical parameters are monitored during the process: • • • • • Phosphate Concentration pH Total EDTA Concentration Hydrazine Concentration Iron Concentration The chemical analysis to be carried out during various steps of Chemical Cleaning of Boiler using EDTA is listed as below: Chemical Cleaning Step 1. The list of lab wares and other materials required for chemical analysis during Chemical Cleaning of Boiler using EDTA is as per Appendix III. B HARAT HEAVY ELECTRICALS LIMITED    POWER SECTOR – TECHNICAL SERVICES. :  PWR/TSX/BLR/02/269/00/12  2  . EDTA solution batches for Boiler filling 3. Boiler filling for Treated DM Water Rinsing The quality and quantity of chemicals required for chemical analysis during Chemical Cleaning of Boiler using EDTA is as per Appendix II.    PROCEDURE FOR CHEMICAL ANALYSIS DURING   CHEMICAL CLEANING OF BOILER USING EDTA  Chemical Analysis Chemical analysis is carried out to monitor and control the chemical parameters of the chemical cleaning process for ensuring safe and efficient chemical cleaning of boiler. EDTA Pickling step 4. Cold Water Rinsing Chemical Analysis to be carried out a) Phosphate Concentration b) pH a) Total EDTA Concentration b) Hydrazine Concentration c) pH a) Total EDTA Concentration b) Iron Concentration c) pH a) Hydrazine Concentration b) pH 2.

preferably HACH DR890 b. Spectrophotometer Instrument with its kit.4. Procedure: 1.2. The change in intensity indicates the amount of the particular element present in the solution. Take Spectrophotometer’s sample bottle and fill it with DM Water up to the 20 ml mark.4. PO43. 1. Its measurement is significant during Cold Water Rinsing for declaring its completion i.2. 1.1. The dilution factor has to be chosen to get the value in the range of 0. B HARAT HEAVY ELECTRICALS LIMITED    POWER SECTOR – TECHNICAL SERVICES.    PROCEDURE FOR CHEMICAL ANALYSIS DURING   CHEMICAL CLEANING OF BOILER USING EDTA  Chemical Analysis Procedures 1.e. Principle: Spectrophotometer works on the principle of absorption of light by elements/ ions present in a solution when it passes through the solution.3. Each element/ ion absorbs a specific wavelength of light which is characteristic to it. Thus when a light beam passes through a solution. Volumetric Flask 1. 1.1.1. element/ ion present in the solution absorbs its particular wavelength of light and thus intensity of that particular wavelength of light decreases after passing through the solution.3.9 ppm. Apparatus: a. Take the sample and dilute it 10 times. NOIDA  DOCUMENT NO. Pipette c.4. Place it in Spectrophotometer and put its cap.4. :  PWR/TSX/BLR/02/269/00/12  3  .5 – 2. Determination of Phosphate Concentration (Using Spectrophotometer) 1. 1. Hot Water Rinsing and Cold Water Rinsing.3. Apparatus and Reagents Required: 1.< 10 ppm. Significance: It can be measured to estimate phosphate concentration in the system during Alkali Flushing.

1. Place it in the Spectrophotometer and put its cap.9 ppm. 1. then it should be multiplied with the dilution factor and we will get the Phosphate concentration for the sample.9. Phosphate concentration of the diluted sample will be displayed in the Spectrophotometer display.4. kindly refer the procedure provided by the instrument manufacturer). Now press the test button and allow it for 3 minutes of testing time.4. NOIDA  DOCUMENT NO.4. 1.5.5 – 2.9 ppm then the dilution factor of the sample has to be changed and testing to be repeated.11. 1. :  PWR/TSX/BLR/02/269/00/12  4  .10. 1. Calculation: Phosphate Concentration.4. Now take the diluted sample in the sample bottle up to the 20 ml mark.4. 1.6. If the value is in the range of 0. Press “0” (or test button) for tare setting. ppm = Spectrophotometer Reading X Dilution Factor B HARAT HEAVY ELECTRICALS LIMITED    POWER SECTOR – TECHNICAL SERVICES.5. 1. 1.8. If the value is either less than 0.7.4.    PROCEDURE FOR CHEMICAL ANALYSIS DURING   CHEMICAL CLEANING OF BOILER USING EDTA  Switch on the Spectrophotometer and choose Function for determination of Phosphate concentration (in case of other spectrophotometer than HACH DR 890.5 ppm or more than 2.4. 1.4.12.4.4. After that. 1. Take out the sample bottle and don’t switch off the Spectrophotometer.

Erlenmeyer flask (250 ml capacity) b.1 M Standard Zirconium Oxy-chloride solution in 1 N HCl 0.) b. Titrant & Indicator: a. Hydrochloric acid (conc. Spatula f.1. Thus.    PROCEDURE FOR CHEMICAL ANALYSIS DURING   CHEMICAL CLEANING OF BOILER USING EDTA  2.4. It is checked during batch making to ensure initial EDTA concentration and during the pickling step to ensure sufficient active EDTA is available in the solution. 0. Pipette c. Apparatus and Reagents Required: 2. Ascorbic acid c.4. It includes free EDTA as well as EDTA that has reacted with iron present in the system.05% Xylenol Orange solution B HARAT HEAVY ELECTRICALS LIMITED    POWER SECTOR – TECHNICAL SERVICES.4. :  PWR/TSX/BLR/02/269/00/12  5  . Determination of Total EDTA Concentration 2.1 M Standard Zirconium Oxy-chloride solution in 1 N HCl d. Titrant : b. total EDTA concentration is determined by complexometric titration of EDTA solution with Zirconium Oxy-chloride solution and Xylenol Orange solution as an indicator for indicating the end point of this titration. 2. Filter paper 2.05% Xylenol Orange solution 2. Apparatus: a.2. Principle: EDTA reacts with Zirconium ions under strong acidic conditions to form a chelate. Indicator: 0. Significance: It signifies the total active EDTA available in the solution.1. 2. Hot plate d. Reagents: a.2. Burette g. NOIDA  DOCUMENT NO.3. 0. Test tube e.

Add a spatula of ascorbic acid to the flask. 2. :  PWR/TSX/BLR/02/269/00/12  6  .5.05% Xylenol Orange indicator to the flask and immediately titrate it with 0.6. 2.6.5. Allow the solution to cool. 2.5. Add 5 ml (or half test tube) of conc. NOIDA  DOCUMENT NO.1.5. 2.1M ZrOCl2 until the colour changes from yellow to red violet (colour change shall persist for at least 3 min).5. Calculation : EDTA (w/v). Add 5 to 6 drops of 0. 2.2. 2.5.4.3.5.7. % = Titre Value X 0. HCl (1:1) to the flask. Pipette 5 ml of the sample to the flask.5.    PROCEDURE FOR CHEMICAL ANALYSIS DURING   CHEMICAL CLEANING OF BOILER USING EDTA  2. Titration Procedure: 2. 2.5. Boil off the solvent on the heating plate for about 5 minutes (yellow colour of the ferric ion should disappear due to reduction to ferrous iron).584 B HARAT HEAVY ELECTRICALS LIMITED    POWER SECTOR – TECHNICAL SERVICES. Take about 100 ml of DM water into a 250 ml Erlenmeyer flask.

3. The dilution factor has to be chosen to get the value in the range of 0.4. Determination of Iron concentration (Using Spectrophotometer) 3. Ferrover reagent 3.1.1.   Take the sample and dilute it 1000 times. It is important to monitor iron concentration as it tells the completion of the process as well as indicates the healthiness of the process.1. element present in the solution absorbs its particular wavelength of light and thus intensity of that particular wavelength of light decreases after passing through the solution. Apparatus and Reagents Required: 3. Spectrophotometer Instrument with its kit. Pipette c. Place it in Spectrophotometer and put its cap.3.3.2. then it indicates failure of inhibitors and EDTA solution should be drained immediately to save the boiler. Take Spectrophotometer’s sample bottle and fill it with DM Water up to the 20 ml mark. The change in intensity indicates the amount of the particular element present in the solution. 3.2. Apparatus: a.4. 3. Reagents: a. 3.9.4. :  PWR/TSX/BLR/02/269/00/12  7  .4. NOIDA  DOCUMENT NO. If iron concentration increases very rapidly and is continuing to increase rapidly. Principle: Spectrophotometer works on the principle of absorption of light by elements/ ions present in a solution when it passes through the solution. Each element absorbs a specific wavelength of light which is characteristic to it.2.    PROCEDURE FOR CHEMICAL ANALYSIS DURING   CHEMICAL CLEANING OF BOILER USING EDTA  3. preferably HACH DR890 b.3.5 – 2. 3. Procedure: 3. Significance: It signifies the iron picked up by the EDTA solution. B HARAT HEAVY ELECTRICALS LIMITED    POWER SECTOR – TECHNICAL SERVICES. Volumetric Flask 3. Thus when a light beam passes through a solution.

A brown color in the sample should be observed. 3. Iron concentration of the diluted sample will be displayed in the Spectrophotometer display. 3.10.4. 3.5 – 2. 3.5.5 or more than 2.4. 3. 3.4.4.    PROCEDURE FOR CHEMICAL ANALYSIS DURING   CHEMICAL CLEANING OF BOILER USING EDTA  Switch on the Spectrophotometer and choose Function for determination of Iron concentration (in case of other spectrophotometer other than HACH DR 890.7. kindly refer the procedure provided by the instrument manufacturer). 3. Now press the test button and allow it for 3 minutes of testing time. Press “0” (test button) for tare setting. Calculation: Iron Concentration.4. 3.12.4. ppm = Spectrophotometer Reading X Dilution Factor B HARAT HEAVY ELECTRICALS LIMITED    POWER SECTOR – TECHNICAL SERVICES. Take out the sample bottle and don’t switch off the Spectrophotometer. If the value is in the range of 0.9.11. 3.9 then the dilution factor of the sample has to be changed and testing to be repeated.4. :  PWR/TSX/BLR/02/269/00/12  8  .4.4. To it add a pouch of Ferrover reagent and shake well to mix it. NOIDA  DOCUMENT NO. 3. If the value is either less than 0. Now take the diluted sample in the sample bottle up to the 20 ml mark.6. then it should be multiplied with the dilution factor and we will get the Iron concentration for the sample. Place it in the Spectrophotometer and put its cap. After that.5.4.4.8.13. 3.9.

4. NOIDA  DOCUMENT NO.1.1. Pipette 10 ml of the sample into a 250 ml Erlenmeyer flask. Reagents: a.4. Test tube d.2.4. ppm = Titre value X 80 B HARAT HEAVY ELECTRICALS LIMITED    POWER SECTOR – TECHNICAL SERVICES.2. Apparatus: a. Titrant & Indicator: a. Pipette c.1N KBrO3 until the colour changes from pink to yellow. 0.5. Apparatus and Reagents Required: 4.3. Calculation: Hydrazine as N2H4.3. Significance: Hydrazine concentration is measured during EDTA batch making and Treated DM Water Rinse filling to maintain the required level of hydrazine in the system. Add 5 ml (or half test tube) of conc. Filter paper 4. 0.3. 4.4.2. Determination of Hydrazine concentration 4.1 N Standard Potassium Bromate solution 0. Indicator: 0. 4.1 N Standard Potassium Bromate solution c.3. Add 5 to 6 drops of 0.    PROCEDURE FOR CHEMICAL ANALYSIS DURING   CHEMICAL CLEANING OF BOILER USING EDTA  4.) b. Erlenmeyer flask (250 ml capacity) b.1% Methyl Orange solution 4.1% Methyl Orange indicator to the flask and immediately titrate it with 0. Hydrochloric acid (conc.1 % Methyl Orange solution 4.4. :  PWR/TSX/BLR/02/269/00/12  9  .1. Burette e. 4. HCl (1:1) to the flask. Titrant : b. Procedure: 4.

Apparatus and Reagents Required: 5. Buffer solutions 5.2. Note the reading for pH.3. Dip the pH meter probe into the sample solution.2. NOIDA  DOCUMENT NO.2. Procedure: 5. :  PWR/TSX/BLR/02/269/00/12  10  . Determination of pH 5.3.2.3. 5. Beaker (50 ml) 5.5. 5. 5.4.3. pH is one of the completion criteria for Cold Water Rinsing step. It is measured to verify and maintain the required basicity in the system. Apparatus: a.3.3.2 – 9.1. 5. Reagents: a.8.3.1. B HARAT HEAVY ELECTRICALS LIMITED    POWER SECTOR – TECHNICAL SERVICES. Significance It indicates the pH or acidity/ basicity of the system as chemical cleaning is to be carried out in basic medium with pH around 9. Take out the pH meter probe from the buffer solution and wash it with DM water. Take out the pH meter probe from the sample solution and wash it with DM water and then put it back into the buffer solution.1.    PROCEDURE FOR CHEMICAL ANALYSIS DURING   CHEMICAL CLEANING OF BOILER USING EDTA  5. Take sample in beaker up to around half level of the beaker.2. 5. pH meter b.

350 ltrs. Trisodium Phosphate (TSP) IS 566 – 1991 IS 573 – 1992 200 kg. Ammoniated EDTA C6H12N2O8(NH4)4 4. 250 kg. 22 M. 21 M.12H2O 2. Na3(PO4). 1000 ltrs.T.H2O 6. B HARAT HEAVY ELECTRICALS LIMITED    POWER SECTOR – TECHNICAL SERVICES.7H2O 3. BHELmax BHELsol Standard 500 MW 250 MW  210 MW 125 MW 400 kg. 250 ltrs. 65 kg. :  PWR/TSX/BLR/02/269/00/12  11  . Ammonia NH3 5. 600 ltrs. Disodium Phosphate (DSP) Na2H(PO4). IS 799 – 1990 1500 ltrs. 18 M. 125 kg.  Chemicals &   Chemical Formulae  1.T. NOIDA  DOCUMENT NO. 1000 ltrs. No. 1000 ltrs.T. 350 kg. 250 kg. 350 kg. 125 kg. 700 ltrs.    PROCEDURE FOR CHEMICAL ANALYSIS DURING   CHEMICAL CLEANING OF BOILER USING EDTA  Appendix I List of Chemicals required for Chemical Cleaning of Boiler using EDTA S. 600 ltrs. 125 kg. Hydrazine N2H4. 350 ltrs. 7. 1000 ltrs. IS 12086 – 1992 1500 ltrs. ------- 700 kg.T. 250 kg. ---- 42 M.

1. NOIDA  DOCUMENT NO. 7. 9. 10.    PROCEDURE FOR CHEMICAL ANALYSIS DURING   CHEMICAL CLEANING OF BOILER USING EDTA  Appendix II List of Chemicals/ Reagents required for chemical analysis purpose S. 4. 5. Chemicals/ Reagents Ascorbic Acid Conc. No. 2. :  PWR/TSX/BLR/02/269/00/12  12  . 3. HCl Buffer Solutions for pH meter Ferrover Reagent Zirconium Oxy-chloride Xylenol Orange Hydroxylamine Hydrochloride Potassium Bromate Potassium Bromide Methyl Orange Grade AR AR --AR AR AR AR AR AR Quantity 100 g 500 ml 100 ml 60 pouches 100 g 25 g 50 g 50 g 50 g 100 g B HARAT HEAVY ELECTRICALS LIMITED    POWER SECTOR – TECHNICAL SERVICES. 6. 8.

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21. 23. NOIDA  DOCUMENT NO.    PROCEDURE FOR CHEMICAL ANALYSIS DURING   CHEMICAL CLEANING OF BOILER USING EDTA    S. 25. No. Apparatus Sample Bottles Funnel Burette stand Hot plate Spatula Filter paper (qualitative) Electrical extension box Capacity 500 ml -----5 A sockets Quantity 6 2 2 1 2 1 box 3 points B HARAT HEAVY ELECTRICALS LIMITED    POWER SECTOR – TECHNICAL SERVICES. :  PWR/TSX/BLR/02/269/00/12  14  . 22. 20. 24. 26.

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