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Limescale & Calcium Removal

New technology has finally produced a worksafe limescale removal system that doesn’t rely on highly corrosive chemicals to dissolve away deposits. Aside from increased worker safety our limescale removers are also safer for equipment and remove more deposits with less damage to surfaces than traditional products.

Our limescale cleaning products are also designed to be eco-friendly, biodegradable and free from toxic chemicals which could harm the environment.


Featured Case Study


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

19th October 2011 | descaling, limescale cleaner, limescale remover

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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Products


Triple7 Eco-Scale
  • Low Corrosion Limescale Remover
  • Developed for the Marine Industries
  • Eco-Friendly & Safe for Waterways
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Triple7 Enviroscale
  • Low Corrosive, Limescale and Calcium Remover
  • Worksafe Formulation
  • Eco-Friendly
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Triple7 EnviroScale Plus
  • Designed for Mining, Oil & Gas Industry
  • Worksafe, Low Corrosion, Eco-Friendly
  • Fast Acting, Shorter Maintenance Times
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Triple7 Heavy Duty - Quick Break Degreaser
  • Industrial Cleaner & Degreaser
  • Assists Oil/Water Separator Performance
  • Readily Biodegradable
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ActiveEco AntiFoam
  • High-Tech, All Natural Defoamer
  • 100% Organic
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Case Studies & More


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

4th February 2014 | descaling, limescale cleaner

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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Removing Limescale Build Up in a Commercial Laundry

12th February 2014 | laundry, descaling, limescale cleaner

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

10th April 2012 | descaling, limescale cleaner, limescale remover

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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Cost Savings and Superior Results with a Biobased Limescale Remover
Coal Mine

14th March 2014 | descaling, limescale cleaner, limescale remover

A coal mine in Mackay was faced with a fire system that was blocked with a limescale build-up. Triple7 Enviroscale Plus easily broke down the scale, outperforming the previously used hydrochloric acid based product. Using the biobased product also removed the risk of corrosion or damage to elastomeric surfaces during the flush.

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Limescale removal on an Australian Navy Vessel

30th October 2017 | limescale, pipework cleaning, navy vessel

Triple7 Enviroscale used to clean hard limescale encrustation deposited in pipework systems on an Australian Navy Vessel that was blocking the sewage system.

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