The acid can "sweep out" scale and cause more severe corrosion after that? I intend to used 3% Oxalic Acid [affil. link to info/product at Rockler] and inhibitor to soak the boiler (small boiler) for 6 hours. Oxalic acid seems not much applied in Boiler cleaning, So I wonder is it OK. The reason of oxalic selection is its capability to de-rust of oxalic acid. Thank you very much. Severa Tachico - VietnamGet A Quote
Nov 26, 2018 · Washing the plates with oxalic acid must comply with the following requirements: 1. The water temperature must be less than 16℃; 2. The concentration of oxalic acid should be less than 5% and soaking time should not exceed six hours; 3. The water tank …Get A Quote
In low-pressure boilers, chemical cleaning typically removes calcium carbonate and other hard adherent scales. In higher-pressure boilers, the major deposit removed is magnetite and some copper. Chemical cleaning can improve the boiler heat rate and reduce the number of tube failures. It typically improves the stability of boiler chemistry.Get A Quote
You can boiler acid clean the boiler. This option can be expensive depending on the severity of the scale and water volume. You can use an acidic polymer product that will gradually dissolve the scale over time. What is Sulfamic Acid? Sulfamic acid is a white crystalline and water-soluble compound, commonly used in water treatment and synthesis of artificial sweeteners.Get A Quote
Sep 01, 2014 · The use of HCl can create problems on heavily deposited boilers, as the acid often undercuts the deposits and causes sloughing of larger pieces of material that can plug drains. Removing the acidGet A Quote
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Oct 23, 2017 · The proper chemicals to be used should be determined by one conversant with this method of cleaning. Acid Cleaning. Boilers may be acid cleaned to remove original mill scale remining in a …Get A Quote
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