dvr Soot Remover PWD 20 Kg

Soot Remover is a dry powder compound formulated for safe removal of soot and deposits from boilers and diesel engine exhaust systems.

Technical Specifications:

Product Properties:-

APPEARANCE:

Blue green powder

DENSITY in g/cm3 at 15°C:

1.2-1.4

FLASH POINT (PMCC) °C:

Not applicable

COMPATIBILITY:

 

Metal:

If moist, may attack mild

steel, iron and aluminum

Rubber: No known effect

Rubber:

Application:

Product Properties

If deposits are allowed to form on heat exchangers, the loss of efficiency can be directly related to extra fuel consumption. A 1 mm deposit is Approximately equivalent to a 10% efficiency loss, a 3 mm deposit can reduce efficiency by up to 50%. The normal ignition temperature of soot is around 600°C. This means that it is burned only in the hottest parts of the boiler or diesel exhaust systems. Due to the catalytic action of Soot Remover, the ignition temperature of the soot/deposit is reduced to less than 280°C. The carbon deposits are thus ignited, leaving an easily removed ash. The use of Soot Remover not only provides greater fuel efficiency, but also prevents acid formation in areas where severe corrosion could result in expensive damage, i.e. heat exchangers, super heaters, economizers, exhaust paths/stacks.

Directions for Use and Dose Rates

Soot Remover should be introduced to the boiler through a suitable port, preferably with a blower, ensuring that the powder is spread through the flame path towards the back of the combustion chamber. For Diesel engines, inject Soot Remover directly into the exhaust system upstream of the area to be treated.

For provides greater fuel efficiency, but also prevents acid formation in areas where severe corrosion could result in expensive damage, i. e. heat exchangers, super heaters, economizers, exhaust paths / stacks.

Using Procedure:

Directions for Use and Dose Rates

Soot Remover should be introduced to the boiler through a suitable port, preferably with a blower, ensuring that the powder is spread through the flame path towards the back of the combustion chamber. For Diesel engines, inject Soot Remover directly into the exhaust system upstream of the area to be treated.

For provides greater fuel efficiency, but also prevents acid formation in areas where severe corrosion could result in expensive damage, i. e. heat exchangers, super heaters, economizers, exhaust paths / stacks.

Soot Remover Liquid should be introduced to the boiler through a suitable port, preferably with an injector, ensuring that the liquid is spread through the flame path toward the back of the combustion chamber.

 Boiler

Steam Rased Tons / Hour

Fuel Used Tons/Day

Dose Rate  Kg/ Day

3.00

5.50

1.00

6.00

11.00

2.00

9.00

 16.00

3.00
12.00 21.00

3.50

15.00 27.00

4.00

23.00 41.00

4.50

31.00 55.00

5.00

46.00 82.00

5.50

62.00 110.00

6.50

Diesel Engine

Fuel Consumption Tons/Day

Dose Rate Kg/ Day
10.00

1.50

20.00

3.00

30.00

3.50

40.00

4.00

50.00

4.50

Note: This article uses material from the http://rxmarine.com/