Scale and fouling can be very damaging to your membrane system, costing you a loss in production and money. That’s why it’s important to invest in antiscalant chemicals to clean the system properly. Scale is a white chalky buildup of calcium minerals that occur as the water precipitates. Some common examples of scale are calcium carbonate (CaCO3), calcium sulfate (CASO4), barium sulfate (BaSO4), and strontium sulfate (SrSO4). Less common but equally problematic are silica (SiO2) and calcium fluoride (CaF) scales. Over time without the proper treatment scale and other contaminants can build up and reduce the production flow of your system. To counteract or prevent this from occurring, RO chemicals such as antiscalants can be used to reduce the amount of contaminants that attach to the membrane surface during production. Antiscalants help to keep membranes from fouling so that water will flow smoothly through. Many antiscalants work to combat scaling and fouling by bonding with whatever contaminants are in the water, preventing it from attaching or sticking to the membrane surface. These contaminants are then allowed to pass through the membrane, and into the drain flow Antiscalants, biocides, and cleaners for membrane speration systems. Our products are high quality crystal modifiers and it also works on threshold inhibitions treatment of water at reject side of membrane and minimize crystal formation.
- High Quality Sequestrant & Crystal Modifiers
- Enviromental Friendly
- Blend Of Of Polymer & Phosphonate
- Lower Maintenance Cost
- Ease Of Use
- Lasting Effect
All antiscalants are designed to control scale formation and fouling in membrane separation system irrespective of feed water source.
We Offer broad spectrum microbiocides for online dosage and membrane preservation. They control all kind of micro-organisms with their bio-static actions on it.
As a part of regular maintenance program of membrane separation systems, our anti-scalants are highly effective to clean all kind of in-organic deposits, micro-biological fouling and fouling of organic matter.
- Low PH Cleaners
- High PH Cleaners
- Silica Cleaners