RO Desalination Antiscalant
Desalination is the process of removing salts or other minerals and contaminants from seawater, brackish water, and wastewater effluent and it is an increasingly common solution to obtain fresh water for human consumption and for domestic/industrial utilization.
A wide range of chemicals are used extensively in the desalination and water treatment programs. Substances used typically caters into one of two main groups. ‘Online’ chemicals that includes coagulants, flocculants, chlorination and de-chlorination agents and biocides and the other group ‘offline’ chemicals which includes a large number of relatively stronger chemicals that can be used for a variety of purposes such as dissolving the fouling that attaches to filtration membranes during operation.
Key Features and Benefits
- Highly concentrated with substantial savings
- Highly effective and safe liquid
- Highly versatile scale inhibitor with effective performance
- Improves process performance and reducing energy requirement
- Reduces costs and extends plant runtime
- Increases equipment efficiency and performance
- Reduces operational and maintenance costs
Proper human safety products such as splash goggles, lab coat, vapour respirator, NIOSH approved gloves and boots should be worn while handling and applying chemicals. Splashes on the skin should be washed off with water immediately. In case of splashing into the eyes, flush them with fresh water and obtain medical attention. Should not be injected.
Should be stored in original vented containers, away from heat, direct sunlight and combustibles. Store in a cool and dry place. Please refer label and SDS for details.