Germany Tradom: A New Approach to Energy Saving and Carbon Reduction

 

In 2024, China released the “2024-2025 Energy Saving and Carbon Reduction Action Plan.” According to the plan, in 2024, the energy consumption per unit of GDP and carbon dioxide emissions should decrease by approximately 2.5% and 3.9%, respectively. The energy consumption per unit added value of industrial enterprises above a designated size should decrease by around 3.5%. The energy-saving and carbon reduction transformations in key sectors and industries are expected to achieve energy savings equivalent to about 50 million tons of standard coal and reduce carbon dioxide emissions by approximately 130 million tons. By 2025, the energy-saving and carbon reduction transformations in key sectors and industries should achieve energy savings equivalent to about 50 million tons of standard coal and reduce carbon dioxide emissions by approximately 130 million tons, making every effort to meet the binding energy-saving and carbon reduction targets set for the “14th Five-Year Plan.”

Energy production enterprises are undoubtedly a key focus of this action plan. With 2024 already halfway through, companies still need to expedite the implementation of green production to ensure timely achievement of targets. For some enterprises, the upgrade of water treatment technology years ago to save energy and reduce carbon emissions has bolstered their confidence in meeting the action plan’s goals. Thanks to a high-tech water treatment technology from Germany—Tradom water treatment technology—a coal mine in Shaanxi has made significant progress in energy saving and carbon reduction.

Before applying the Tradom water treatment technology, the filter element of a high-flow water filtration unit in the No. 2 central pump house of the coal mine was severely clogged with scale just 5-6 months after installation. The inlet water pressure was 1.8 MPa, while the outlet water pressure dropped to 1.6 MPa, necessitating the replacement of the filter element. Due to severe scaling, it was difficult to remove the filter element, requiring a chain hoist to pull out the old filter, which was very time-consuming and labor-intensive.

 

After implementing the Tradom water treatment technology, there was no change in the pressure at the inlet and outlet of the filter, both remaining at 1.8 MPa. The filter element could be easily removed by hand, and there was no noticeable scaling on the inner and outer walls of the filter element, allowing it to be continuously used. This greatly extended the lifespan of the filter element, ensured the water supply pressure, and effectively prevented and removed scale.

Since its introduction in 1992, Tradom water treatment technology has benefited over a hundred countries and regions worldwide, and its technological advancement still leads the industry by 20 years. As a pioneering application in the field of pure physics, Tradom requires no electricity and no chemical additives. Instead, it uses ultra-fine oscillating waves with editable information to directly alter the physical properties of scale, softening old scale and preventing new scale formation. It can also modify the water environment to inhibit the growth of bacteria and algae, and generate an oxide layer on the inner walls of pipelines to prevent corrosion.

 

Tradom achieves efficient scale removal, strong scale prevention, anti-corrosion, and bacterial and algae inhibition. The treated industrial water can be discharged directly, truly achieving zero energy consumption, zero material consumption, zero carbon emissions, and zero pollution.

In the current situation, energy saving and carbon reduction have become inevitable choices for high-quality development of enterprises. As one of the sources of energy consumption and carbon emissions, the importance of innovative water treatment technology is increasingly prominent. Tradom’s high-tech, green, and pollution-free water treatment technology provides strong technical support for more and more enterprises to achieve energy saving and carbon reduction.

 

By upgrading water treatment technology, companies can significantly reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions during the water treatment process, while improving production efficiency and lowering operating costs. The successful implementation of this technology not only benefits the long-term development of enterprises but also provides a more practical and effective approach for promoting sustainable development. Therefore, we urge more companies to pay attention to and adopt high-tech water treatment technologies to achieve energy saving and carbon reduction goals as soon as possible and contribute to sustainable development.

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