Our organization has succeeded to achieve respectable position in the market by providing Cooling Water Descaling Chemical . Our provided chemicals are prepared in accordance with set safety standards using high quality compounds. These chemicals are used in descalant and cooling towers for water cleaning purposes. Packed in best in class containers, these chemicals are stored in temperature controlled store rooms till the time of final delivery. We provide this Cooling Water Descaling Chemical at pocket friendly rates.
Our cooling water chemical programs are effectively used for the reduction and prevention of the three major issues your industrial cooling water system may encounter: corrosion, deposition, and microbial growth.
Corrosion leads to metal loss that can result in critical system failures in heat exchangers, recirculating water piping, and process cooling equipment. Corrosion also results in a loss of efficiency as corrosion products precipitate on heat transfer devices, insulating the metals.
Cooling water systems are vulnerable to a variety of contaminants that cause deposit formation, such as mineral scales and sludge. Deposition interferes with heat transfer, increases corrosion rates, restricts water flow, and causes loss of process efficiency and production.
Biological organisms, including algae, bacteria, protozoa, and fungi, often find their breeding grounds in cooling water systems. If not properly controlled, biological growth forms and acts as a natural adhesion surface for scale formation, resulting in fouling.
All of these conditions can be seriously problematic when it comes to optimizing the efficiency of your cooling water tower or system. ChemTreats full range of cooling water chemicals can provide excellent protection against these cooling system challenges.
Our comprehensive portfolio of organic, inorganic and non-phosphate corrosion inhibitors are engineered to passivate metals and reduce corrosion potential in your cooling system.
Scale / Deposition Control
ChemTreats chemical product lines control deposition and fouling and consists of two major classes of dispersants. Polymers prevent, or reverse, the growth of mineral deposits, while surfactants, or surface-active agents, render particles less adherent and more easily dispersed
Our biological control programs are customized by your field engineer to produce the best organism kill-rate with chemicals from our complete portfolio of biocides, including oxidizing and non-oxidizing biocides, cell wall and cytoplasm toxicants, and enzyme poisons.