Corrosion inhibitor designed for use in aqueous circulating systems

December 5, 2013

Chemtool Inc.'s RPAM 700 is a synthetic, water-dilutable corrosion inhibitor/corrosion preventive based on a blend of amine-surfactant chemistries. It is recommended for use in aqueous circulating system applications that require one to six months of indoor protection of ferrous and nonferrous metallic components.

The inhibitor contains no diethanolamine or nitrites. It exhibits excellent wetting and coverage properties on all ferrous and nonferrous alloys, the manufacturer states, to protect complex surfaces and geometries. The low-foaming rust inhibitor is effective at low concentrations for immersion application systems.

The product forms a nearly imperceptible film on machine parts for corrosion protection without forming a sticky residue. It is compatible with a variety of process water chemistries.



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