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Antiscalants and dispersants

Reagent Main
components
Reagent description Reagent concentration in system ml/m3 Reagent
pH
Density,
g/cm3
DS-762 Hydrochloric acid and
Ethoxylated fatty polyamines
Reagent based on hydrochloric acid and corrosion inhibitor complex for washing of systems, which forms a protective film on carbon steel, copper and
brass. Used for descaling in water-heating, boiler and heat exchanger equipment. Not applicable for cleaning of equipment surfaces made of stainless
steel, aluminium and its alloys or have plating.
The dosage of the reagent to be calculated individually for each separat < 1,0 1,14 ± 0,05
AVI-755 Hydrochloric and
orthophosphoric acid
Reagent for flushing pipelines based on a mixture of mineral acids. Used mostly for removing intratubal sediments. 0,5 ± 0,5 1,01 ± 0,05
AXI-780 Organic fatty acids Reagent based on mixture of organic acids used for washing of systems. Used to remove “heavy” mineral deposits and metal oxides. < 1,0 1,15 ± 0,05
AXI-784 Hydrochloric and
orthophosphoric acid
Reagent based on mixture of mineral acids used for washing of systems. Used to remove “heavy” mineral deposits and metal oxides. 0,5 ± 0,5 1,02 ± 0,05
AXI-760 Orthophosphoric acid Reagent based on orthophosphoric acid used for washing of systems. Used to remove the “heavy” mineral deposits and metal oxides. < 1,0 1,01 ± 0,05
DSP-775 Sulfamic acid and ethoxylated fatty polyamines Flushing reagent based on sulfamic acid and corrosion inhibitors complex. The reagent is intended for cleaning scaling from systems. Contains corrosion inhibitors complex for low carbon and stainless steel, copper and brass. Used for removing calcium
deposits in water-heating, heat exchanger and boiler equipment.
The dosage of the reagent to be calculated individually for
each separate system (system is filled with 10 ÷ 30 % solution)
< 2.0
(1% soln.)
powder
CS-799 Nitrilotriacetates and
phosphonates of alkali
metals
Reagent is used to remove iron and other metal oxides and scaling. Used in open and closed water circulating systems. When used regularly, prevents formation of mineral deposits. The dosage of the reagent to  be calculated
individually for each separate system
(depending on system condition)
5,0 ÷ 7,0 1,33 ± 0,05