Non acidic & Edible Anti-scale & Anti-corrosion Solutions for High & Low pressure Boilers
In some food processing factories, Steam under pressure is used to sterilize food packaging containers (including canned foods), food steamers (such as sausages and bologna, etc.). Food is sterilized to prevent mildew, souring and spoiling of food and the possibility of long-term storage. The steam used for this is manufactured by high pressure and low pressure boilers depending on the industry. In these boilers, as the feed water is usually of intermediate hardness, it is inevitable that scale and corrosion in the boiler and piping system will occur. The scale formed in the boiler walls creates a heat-resistant layer and thus requires more energy to produce steam. The scale layers are also a factor in the corrosion in the installation.
Food grade Mitreh solution for high and low pressure boilers synthesized and manufactured with FG1141 and FG1140 codes to prevent the deposition of calcium and magnesium carbonate and sulfate compounds as well as to protect the installation against corrosion. This solution with Food Grade ingredients can be used in boilers for food industry and will not have any adverse effect on food in contact with food at the dosage indicated by the technical office.
After determining the amount of calcium and magnesium carbonate and sulfate, depending on the water hardness in the system as well as the physical and chemical properties of the water, the dosage of this solution is determined to prevent scale formation and prevent corrosion.
Contact technical office experts for more information or any doubts about dosage and chemical analysis of water system.
Some Physical Properties of the Solution:
|Liquid||Liquid||Physical state||5.7 – 5.8||5.3 – 5.6||pH|
|Very light brown||Very light brown||Color||96 – 97||98 – 99||Boiling temperature range (˚C)|
|Odorless||Odorless||Odor||-17 – -15||-17 – -16||Freezing temperature range (˚C)|
|1.19–1.2||1.18–1.2||Density at 20˚C (gr⁄ml)||Dissolves rapidly||Dissolves rapidly||Solubility in water|