Performing a water analysis is a very easy and efficient way of checking which developments have taken place regarding the water system. If possible, we make use of this technique as an indicator for the progresses in the system after the installation. These values give a reliable indication of the water process in closed loops, however this cannot be used for large and open systems, as that data is more complex and needs to be analyzed more carefully. Compared with the total volume in the loop, the changes in the calcium or iron amount can be minimal in this case – but still visible.
This chart illustrates the values of a closed loop. The values without the Merus ring have been recorded prior to installation and eight weeks afterwards. During these weeks, no fresh water was supplemented. The increasing values are absolutely optimal, since they point out that the remaining deposits have been solved in the water and are flushed out of the system.