Rust Remover Chemical | Rust Prevention| Chemtex Speciality Limited
Rust remover chemicals, both preventive and curative, are extensively used in chemical and refinery industries to combat rust and ferric oxides. Generally, Rust Removers consist of hydrogen peroxide, borax, cream of tartar, and baking soda which are productive in removing rust even when directly applied on rusted iron, steel tools, or other surfaces.
Rust preventive chemical reduces material corrosion rates when introduced into a liquid or gas, typically a metal or alloy. Its efficacy is influenced by water quantity, fluid composition, and flow conditions. Embrace corrosion free excellence with our cutting edge solutions.
Specifically formulated these powerful agents effectively dissolve rust, and eliminate stubborn ferric oxides. Ideal for various applications in industries such as manufacturing, automotive, and marine.
A common mechanism for the prevention of corrosion involves the formation of a coating, often a passivation layer, which helps in the penetration of the access of the corrosive substance to the metal. Instead, rust-preventive chemical acts as additives to the fluids that surround the metal or related object.
Conversely, rust-preventive chemicals function as additives in the surrounding fluids of the metal or related object, providing an additional protective barrier.
Benefits of Using Rust Removing Chemical
- Prevents metal corrosion
- Heat stability
- Easy rinse off from treated surfaces
- Contains emulsifiers
- Prevents acid rusting
- Does not corrode base metal
- Ready-to-use solvent based
- Non staining/ tainting effect with wood, and painted/films on the surface
- TCF; Total Chlorine-free
How to Use - Rust Remover
Use a wire brush, emery paper, or mechanical means to eliminate loose rust, employing techniques like chipping and hammering. Apply the Rust Remover Chemical Solution using a brush and let it react with the surface for 5-6 hours. Afterward, eliminate the loosened rust with a wire brush or emery paper. For rebars, clean the surface thoroughly with water.