September 22, 2020
Over time, heat exchangers, boilers, and cooling water systems can become fouled with scale, especially when exposed to high mineral waters. With fall coming as a major transition season from cooling to heating, this is a great opportunity to do a thorough cleaning and scale removal with EcoClean® Biodegradable Scale Remover before turning your system off or bringing it back online for the winter.
If you are a government agency or contractor who needs to meet minimum biobased content requirements under the mandatory federal purchasing initiative of the USDA BioPreferred® Program,* or if you simply want to demonstrate your environmental responsibility by using a biobased product, EcoClean® Biodegradable Scale and Rust Remover Powered by Nano-VpCI™ is the way to go because it contains 100% USDA certified biobased content, far above minimum biobased content requirements for the “Metal Cleaners and Corrosion Removers” product category.
EcoClean® Biodegradable Scale and Rust Remover Powered by Nano-VpCI™ is one of the fastest acting products on the market for dissolving heavy scale, corrosion, and oxide deposits. It is effective in hard to reach areas, eliminating costly equipment dismantling. You can either apply it to the circulating water in pouch form, or you can add it in a ready-to-use liquid form. The product is readily biodegradable, making disposal easy. It is safe to use on multiple metals, including iron, carbon steel, stainless steel, copper, aluminum, magnesium, and various alloys.
Simple maintenance goes a long way toward extending equipment service life and maximizing efficiency. Don’t miss out on this great biobased option for improving heat-transfer efficiency and keeping internals clean on your cooling, heating, or heat exchange equipment this fall!
Learn more about EcoClean® Biodegradable Scale and Rust Remover Powered by Nano-VpCI™ here: https://www.cortecwatertreatment.com/product/ecoclean-biodegradable-scale-and-rust-remover-powered-by-nano-vpci/
*For more information, go to https://www.biopreferred.gov.
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