|Scale deposits in auxiliary or low pressure boilers causing reduced efficiency.
||Precipitate hardness salts for blowdown. Maintain optimum pH for scale and corrosion control.
|Scale deposits in sea water evaporators, causing restriction of water flow, reduced heat transfer efficiency, lower output, risk of foaming, carryover and contamination of condensate.
||Reduce adherence of crystalline solids in brine, attack existing scale deposits and suppress foam formation.
|Corrosion in low pressure boilers as a result of high boiler water acid levels (low alkalinity).
||Increase alkalinity to neutralise acids, precipitate salts and control ”under deposit” corrosion.
|Closed circuit cooling water system efficiency reduced by scale deposits causing insulation and water flow restriction, e.g. diesel engine cooling systems.
||Prevent deposits adhering and causing damage. Stabilise pH.
|Corrosion in closed circuit cooling or heating systems - e.g. diesel engines.
||Passivate metal surfaces, control scale to prevent ”under deposit” corrosion and maintain stable pH to prevent damage to vulnerable metals.