dvr RXSOL ORG – 16 (Condenser Water Scale & Corrosion Inhibitor)

RXSOL ORG – 16 (Condenser Water Scale & Corrosion Inhibitor) is a unique blend of organic scale and corrosion inhibitors and polymeric dispersants.  It is designed to replace metallic based corrosion inhibitor formulations where environmental restrictions prevent their use. RXSOL ORG – 16 (Condenser Water Scale & Corrosion Inhibitor) contains an organic sequestrant, which will prevent the formation of scale on heat transfer surfaces.  It also contains a Zinc dispersant for the prevention of fouling and the dispersion of suspended solids.RXSOL ORG – 16 (Condenser Water Scale & Corrosion Inhibitor)contains low level molybdate for ease of testing of dosages.  Corrosion of both ferrous and copper alloys is controlled by a combination of organic corrosion inhibitors.

Technical Specifications:

PHYSICAL PROPERTIES

Color & Form: Clear amber liquid

Specific Gravity: 1.053

Product pH: 2.14

Density: 8.779 lbs./gal.

Odor: Slightly aromatic

Using Procedure:

RXSOL ORG – 16 (Condenser Water Scale & Corrosion Inhibitor) is best fed by a makeup meter impulsed chemical feed system designed to feed the treatment in proportion to makeup flow.

RXSOL ORG – 16 (Condenser Water Scale & Corrosion Inhibitor)  should be maintained at the recommended treatment level at all times to insure continuous protection.

For best results, feed RXSOL ORG – 16 (Condenser Water Scale & Corrosion Inhibitor) directly from the shipping container.  If necessary, it can be diluted in a chemical feed tank using low hardness water or dilute according to Technical executive which proper feed rate and treatment dosage based on system operating parameters.

Application:

RXSOL ORG – 16 (Condenser Water Scale & Corrosion Inhibitor)  is intended for use in industrial open cooling water systems.  It can be used in an alkaline treatment program or in conjunction with acid for pH control.  This product is particularly recommended for use in systems having very high heat transfer rates and high operating temperatures.

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