CleanScale – The Innovative New Technology for Removing Rust, Lime and Scale
CleanScale is an innovative new technology designed to remove rust, lime and scale deposits from practically all water operated equipment quickly, safely and economically.CleanScale carries a triple-zero HMIS score, is
rated non-corrosive, non-fuming, 100% biodegradable, non-mutagenic to fish and wildlife.
CleanScale is primarily an organic salt that behaves as a strong acid and incorporates a highly effective corrosion inhibitor to minimise the risk of possible damage to the underlying metal substrate. CleanScale is a safer, more effective replacement for hazardous acids such as hydrochloric, sulfamic and phosphoric acid and offers superior performance to organic acids such as acetic, oxalic, citric, formic, gluconic and lactic. Innovative Technology for Removing Rust, Lime and Scale.
As a water-based formulation, there are no hazardous or corrosive fumes associated with it either in storage or during use. CleanScale will dissolve approximately 300g of calcium carbonate for every litre of concentrate. When diluted with water, CleanScale will still dissolve the same amount of calcium carbonate for each litre of concentrate but at a slower rate.
CleanScale is suitable for use on any equipment that may be effected by water scale such as heat exchangers, boilers, cooling towers, process equipment, condensers, mixers and evaporators.Download Technical Brochure
CleanScale can be used for a variety of descaling, rehabilitation, titration and corrosion control uses and is certified to NSF/ANSI 60 specifications for use on potable water systems and wells. It’s even Kosher Pareve approved.
- Corrosion & Scale Control
- pH Adjustment
- Descaler : Off-Line & On-line use
OIL & GAS APPLICATIONS
- Well Cleaning Aid
- Drilling Fluid
- Pipe & Line Cleaning Aid
- Well Drilling Aid
- Well Rehabilitation Aid
Additional Studies & Results
When tested, CleanScale showed no potential for the generation of Carbon Dioxide under
NIOSH 7903 OSHA & ACGIH testing protocols governing workplace environments.