Stanrose® Corrosion Inhibitor
A corrosion inhibitor is a substance when added in a small concentration to an environment reduces the corrosion rate of a metal exposed to that environment. Inhibitors often play an important role in the oil extraction and processing industries where they have always been considered to be the first line of defence against corrosion.
Corrosion Inhibitor BWT
Features and Benefits
Minimises scale formulation, corrosion and sludge accumulation
Simple to Control
Effective iron dispersant
Density [g/ml] - 1.45 - 1.47
Form - Liquid
Freezing Point [°C] - <-20
Materials compatibility - Polypropylene, PVC, Polyethylene, Nylon, Stainless Steel, Viton, Buna –N, Neoprene, Butyl Rubber, Nitrile Rubber, CAF, PTFE
pH - 14
Not Compatible - Aluminium, Brass, Copper, Zinc, Light Alloys, Natural Rubber
Maintains sludge in a non-adherent state for removal by blow down
Simple test to determine level of treatment
Can be used for boilers of all pressures
Method of Application
BWT Liquid Plus is best applied neat or diluted with condensate or evaporated water to any convenient strength and applied on a continuous basis using a suitable chemical dosing pump.
Sampling and Testing
Control is by simple boiler water tests for alkalinity.
Dosing and Control
The dosage rate of BWT Liquid Plus sufficient to produce a P alkalinity in the boiler water of 100ppm is 0.4 liters/1,000 liters of water. BWT Liquid Plus is strongly alkaline. Tanks and feeding equipment should be constructed of suitably resistant material such as polypropylene, PVC, polyethylene, mild steel, cast iron or stainless steel. Avoid the use of brass or light alloys.
Storage and Handling
Avoid contact with eyes and skin. In case of contact rinse with plenty of water. Wear suitable protective clothing, gloves and eye/face protection.
Keep away from heat, sparks and open flame. Ensure that the working area is well ventilated.
Store at moderate temperatures in dry, well-ventilated area.