Corrosion Inhibitor for Steam Boilers, Condensate Systems & High Pressure Hot Water – 2344

Available in 25Kg drums

200Kg and IBC orders are POA

Minimum order quantity is 32 x 25Kg drums

Description Below


Accepta 2344 is a high performance corrosion inhibitor scientifically formulated for use in steam boilers, condensate systems and high pressure hot water systems.

Accepta 2344 is a steam volatile liquid treatment based on Di Ethyl Hydroxylamine used to remove oxygen chemically from feed water, boiler water and condensate in steam generating systems and the recirculating water in high pressure hot water systems.

Additionally, Accepta 2344 passivates iron and copper surfaces, rendering them more resistant to corrosion.

Product Benefits

  • High performance corrosion inhibitor
  • Passivation of metal surfaces through the formation of magnetite and cuprous oxide films
  • Minimisation of iron and copper deposits in the boiler by reducing these metals to their more soluble ferrous and cuprous forms
  • Ability to provide corrosion protection to the after-boiler sections of the system

Product Properties

Appearance: Clear liquid
Odour: Slight amine
pH: 10 – 11

*Full details of the product properties are available in the Safety Data Sheet. See below.

Application & Dosage Information

Steam Boilers

Accepta 2344 should be fed continuously to the deaerator storage section, the condensate or directly to the boiler.

Choice of feed point is dependent upon the specific problem to be corrected. The recommended concentration to be maintained in the feedwater will vary with operating pressure and the particular installation and will be advised by Accepta technical support.

The normal dosage rate for Accepta 2344 is 20ml/m3 of feed water per mg/L of dissolved oxygen and the dosage should be adjusted to give a residual of 0.1 -0.25ppm of DEHA in the feed or boiler water.

High Pressure Hot Water Systems

Accepta 2344 should be dosed at an initial rate of 200ml/m3 and thereafter to maintain a DEHA residual of 5-10ppm.

It is always advisable to carry out a ‘Control Of Substances Hazardous to Health’ (COSHH) assessment before use.

Safety, Storage & Handling

For full details concerning safety precautions, storage and handling procedures for this product please refer to the latest Safety Data Sheet. To request the latest MSDS for this product please fill out the form below.

    Additional information

    Weight 25 kg