Alpha Descaler vs Competitors in Metal Corrosion
Corrosion Rates of Alpha Descaler Products vs Two Common Competitive Mineral Acid Products Marketed as Safe Descalers John MacDonald III Date: 8/6/2019 Tests Performed by
WHAT ABOUT CITRIC ACID AND LACTIC ACID FOR DESCALING
Citric and lactic acid are also used for descaling application and yes, they are indeed safer to use than mineral acids like Hcl. However, both
CAPACITY OF ALPHA DESCALER and ALPHA DESCALER FG
Both Alpha Descaler and Alpha Descaler FG are approximately equivalent in their capacity to dissolve scale to competitive formulations using 10% HCl. Typically mineral acid
NSF / ANSI / CAN 60 approved.
ALPHA DESCALER FG and ALPHA DESCALER FG EXTRA STRENGTH Meets NSF/ANSI 60 Requirements for Use. Products Appearing in the Nsf Official Listing Are Authorized to Bear
Toxic verses Non-toxic using an HCl Based Product.
Chemicals may cause harm in many different ways. They may be flammable, explosive, radioactive, corrosive, etc. All chemicals are toxic at some level. The dose,
The Sixteen (16) Sections of the Safety Data Sheet (SDS)
The Global Harmonization System (GHS) is a product of the United Nations that embodies an international approach to hazard communication using an agreed upon criteria for classifying hazardous
ALPHA DESCALER dissolves waterscale, lime, mud and rust deposits safely, quickly and efficiently!
Specifications ALPHA DESCALER is a non-hazardous, non-corrosive, non-injurious, non-toxic, non-fuming, yet fully biodegradable in 10 days acid replacement descaler, heavily fortified with wetting and penetrating
Testing the Effectiveness of Alpha Descaler and Alpha Descaler FG
Testing the effectiveness during a cleaning can be done two different ways. One is a simple calcium carbonate spot test of the circulating solution. The
IS INHIBITED HCL SAFE??
The word “inhibited HCl” is usually used to indicate hydrochloric acid with acid corrosion inhibitor. Hydrochloric acid is usually used as diluted in water, particularly