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PRODUCT DATA
• ACCOTREAT C955

DESCRIPTION

C955 is a concentrated blend of sequestering and dispersing agents for the removal of scale deposits, iron oxide and other metallic oxides in boiler water systems. It is particularly suitable for systems where iron and other metallic oxides originating from corrosion of condensate systems poses a problem in maintaining a clean boiler.

C955 may be applied on a continuous basis at a low maintenance dosage. C955 may also be used in on-line and off-line cleaning programs.

C955 eliminates the hazards associated with acid cleaning. It also saves downtime and labour when used in on-line cleaning programs.

GENERAL SPECIFICATION

Appearance………………..…………… Amber liquid
Specific gravity………………….……… 1.03
pH as supplied………………….………. 9 - 11

TREATMENT

C955 is normally dosed at between 20 and 50 ppm to the make-up water. The correct treatment level, however, will depend on the severity of the problem and the type of system being treated. Your ACCOT representative will recommend a suitable dosage for your application.

SAFETY

Do not take internally. Wash splashes with plenty of clean water.

PACKING C955 is available in 25-liter and 100-liter containers.













All statements, information and data presented herein are believed to be accurate and reliable but are not to be taken as a guarantee, expressed warranty or implied warranty of merchantability of fitness for a particular purpose or representation, expressed or implied, for which seller assumes legal responsibility and they are offered solely for your consideration, investigation and verification. Statements or suggestions concerning possible use of this product are made without representation or warranty that any such use is free of patent infringement and are not recommendations to infringe on any patent. Date 06/01/97

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