Inhibitors and Antiscalants

Scaling means the deposition of particles on a membrane and heat exchanger tubes, causing it plugging of these componants. All Chemical CSTP310, PCA400 and FLCP135 are Inhibitor Antiscalants used to manage the problems associated with hard water and the formation of scale across a wide range of commercial, industrial and process environments. Examples of scales in hard water are Calcium Carbonate, Strontium Sulphate, Barium Sulphate and Calcium Sulphate.

  • CSTP310 is an inhibitor antiscalant that contains carboxylate-sulphate tripolymer. Excellent in controlling both crystallization and particulate fouling of membrane surfaces
  • LCT35is an inhibitor antiscalant that contains phosphinocarboxylic acid. Excellent in controlling both crystallization and particulate fouling of membrane surfaces
  • LCT60is an inhibitor antiscalant that contains polycarboxylic acid. Excellent in controlling both crystallization and particulate fouling of membrane surfaces
  • PCA400 is an inhibitor antiscalant that contains phosphinocarboxylic acid. Excellent in controlling both crystallization and particulate fouling of membrane surfaces
  • SHMP500 is used to prevent calcium carbonate scale from depositing on the water side of condensers or heat exchangers, and in water conducting systems. It is also used as an agent for threshold corrosion inhibition in water treatment processes.

It is cost effective to prevent the build-up of these scales than to clean-up or replace Reverse Osmosis membranes and heat exchanger tubes.

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