Tags: limescale cleaner

15

May

Removing Limescale from Pipework at a Water Authority

Limescale build-up at a water authority is effectively and safely removed using Triple7 Enviroscale, a bio-based, eco-friendly solution.

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27

Apr

Dangerous Acids in the Workplace – Limescale Removal

Limescale deposits are caused by small amounts of naturally occurring minerals in both fresh and salt water. These minerals form deposits over time especially when heat is also present. Limescale deposit is particularly common in machinery and equipment that involves heating elements and heat transfer elements. You can find out more about limescale in this article.

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4

Mar

How to remove Limescale from Pumps & Pipes

Pumps and pipes effected by calcium and limescale can be chemically treated to remove deposits even if completely blocked using a combination of Triple7 Heavy Duty and Enviroscale.

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4

Mar

How to remove Limescale from Heat Exchangers, Condensers and Chillers

To remove limescale from heat exchangers, condensers and chillers we recommend chemical treatment with Triple7 Eco-Scale. Triple7 Eco-Scale is a formulation of surfactants and worksafe acids that will not harm equipment or endanger workers.

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4

Mar

How to Choose a Limescale Remover

Removal of limescale build-up can be achieved through mechanical or chemical descaling. Chemical descaling with a limescale remover is usually the fastest and most cost effective option.

Chemical limescale removal is faster, cheaper and more thorough than mechanical methods however there are a few critical considerations when selecting a chemical de-scaling agent.

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4

Mar

What is Limescale or Calcium Scale?

Limescale (or Calcium Scale) is a hard, off-white chalky substance often found on the metallic parts of water-operated machinery. It is particularly common in machinery and equipment that involves heating elements (such as boilers) or heat transfer elements (such as heat exchangers).

Limescale is also found in metal pipes, pumps, filters and other water equipment to varying degrees, depending on water quality.

The build up of this scale, over time, can severely interfere with efficiency and reliability of machinery, pipework and processes leading to decreased efficiency and costly failures.

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12

Feb

Removing Limescale Build Up in a Commercial Laundry

A bio-based Triple7 product allowed a large commercial laundry operation to completely remove calcium limescale build up on their filters, whilst saving on labour costs. This worksafe procedure also removed risks to maintenance staff by removing strong acids from their inventory and the removal of grinding wheels/brushes from the process.

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4

Feb

Cooling Tower Limescale Treatment with Minimal Downtime and Increased Safety | Rio Tinto

Envirofluid was able to provide Rio Tinto with a worksafe organic acid blend which was guaranteed to not erode metal surfaces or create waste water treatment issues. This limescale cleaner achieved optimum descaling without dismantling any item on the system and the wastewater flush was able to be used as a road dust suppressant without further treatment.

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10

Apr

Reducing Hazards and Expense in Heat Exchanger Limescale Removal | Defence Anzac Class

Envirofluid was able to provide the Australian Defence Force with Triple7 EnviroScale – a worksafe bio-based limescale remover which was guaranteed not to erode metal surfaces or create waste water treatment issues. Pipework and heat exchanger systems could be flushed insitu without the risk of corrosion or damage to elastomeric surfaces, resulting in very large labour and cost savings for the Australian Defence Force.

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19

Oct

Removing Limescale and Organic Build-Up from Submarine Sewage Systems | Collins Class

The ability to reduce risks, improve outcomes, save costs and reduce environmental impact through the use of a GECA accredited, readily biodegradable, non-hazardous acid based chemistry was a total win for the Australian Defence Force.

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