Chemical De-Scaling effectively removes hard water scale buildup in industrial systems
Vanchem Performance Chemicals is convinced that chemical de-scaling is the most effective and efficient methodology for removing built-up industrial scale. Chemical de-scaling dissolves hard water scale and emulsifies oils and greases. Chemical de-scaling produces the highest levels of performance and customer satisfaction.
Vanchem recommends our descaling product, VANCHEM RSH. It is a hydrochloric acid based formula. It is engineered for effective chemical de-scaling on mild steel, stainless steel and some brass equipment. VANCHEM RSH is inhibited so it does not attack mild steel during the chemical de-scaling process.
Chemically de-scaling industrial equipment becomes necessary when hard water scale, oil and greases cannot be removed by general cleaning. Chemical de-scaling restores metal surfaces and piping to their original condition.
Hard water scale that builds-up on burner tubes and other heat sources decreases heat transfer and fluid flow in piping. This is an undesirable effect in all manufacturing facilities. The application of chemical de-scaling depends on the conditions and levels of the existing buildup. Vanchem’s chemical de-scalingproduct, VANCHEM RSH, contains special wetting agents that assist in the elimination of oils and greases.
Vanchem has the capability of bulk chemical de-scaling. Bulk chemical de-scaling is used at large automotive plants. Vanchem will send tanker loads of nitric acid based chemical de-scaling shipments. The chemical de-scaling acid is circulated for ten to twenty hours. We recommend semi-annual chemical de-scaling for large automotive zinc phosphate tanks. We can also do bulk chemical de-scaling of cleaner tanks as well.
Vanchem is highly driven to meet the highest quality standards in formulating chemical de-scaling compounds for industry. Vanchem will meet your manufacturing chemical de-scaling needs. For more information, contact us at our corporate headquarters in Burlington Ontario.Articles