Boiler Water Treatment Programs

The chemical treatment of internal water in boiler systems requires a unique combination of chemical knowledge and experience. Applied Specialties’ 9000 Series treatment programs produce clean boilers by utilizing chelants, polymers, and/or phosphates for optimum hardness reaction and sludge conditioning. Foam control agents are included to prevent surging or carryover while oxygen scavengers protect the boiler from corrosion. Custom-designed Applied Specialties Total Boiler Water Treatment Programs can effectively treat any make-up water condition and boiler system to ensure trouble-free operation whether you have a 25 psig or a 2850 psig boiler. Applied Specialties has the experience and products to provide an efficient boiler water treatment program.

Scale Control and Sludge Conditioning

Applied Specialties has many proprietary formulations for scale control in boiler systems. Each formulation is designed for specific water or certain set of operating conditions. Applied Specialties 9000 Series product applications range from chelants which prevent mineral scale, control calcium and prevent magnesium hardness to polymeric sludge conditioners which fluidize suspended matter and facilitate effective blowdown.

Corrosion Inhibitors

Applied Specialties has a complete series of products utilizing filming and/or neutralizing inhibitors to provide complete protection against corrosion in steam condensate systems. These inhibitors provide extended corrosion protection for your entire boiler system when used in conjunction with other 9000 Series products.

ASI provides blended organic amines and reagent grade ammonia in both bulk and convenient and safe returnable totes for various power and industrial applications.

Two U.S. Patents 5,589,107 and 5,714,118 cover Applied Specialties’ patented boiler corrosion inhibitor, Cor-Check. A real metal passivator, Cor-Check, extends corrosion protection not only to boiler heat exchange surfaces but also to surfaces throughout the boiler steam cycle. Metal surfaces are kept cleaner, thus promoting greater heat transfer.