Accepta 2112 is a high performance combined polymer phosphate scale inhibitor treatment scientifically formulated for use in steam boiler systems up to 1500 psig.
Accepta 2112 is used as a scale inhibitor and control agent for suspended solids.
Accepta 2112 is best used for softened and low hardness water. The phosphate component od Accepta 2112 reacts with the water hardness, whilst the polymer components provide transport of the calcium, magnesium, iron, phosphate and silica through the boiler, preventing scale adhering to the internal metal surfaces.
- Superior quality combined phosphate and polymer steam boiler treatment.
- Excellent for use in softened and low hardness waters.
- Performance scale inhibitor and control agent for suspended solids.
|Solubility in water:||Miscible|
|Solubility in other solvents:||Not known|
|Partition coefficient and N-octanol/water:||Not known|
|Boiling Point/Boiling Range:||Not determined|
|Melting Point/Melting Range:||Not applicable|
|Flash Point:||Not applicable|
|Explosive Properties:||Not applicable|
|Oxidising Propertie:||Not applicable|
|Vapour Pressure:||Not determined|
|Relative Density:||1.20 approx|
*Full details of the product properties are available in the Safety Data Sheet. See below.
Application & Dosage Information
Use Accepta 2112 direct from the drum or mixed with soft water, or cool condensate in a dosing tank. In low pressure steam boilers (below 20 bar g) dose to generate 30 – 70ppm PO4 within the boiler water.
20 – 40 bar g use 20 – 40ppm PO4 in the boiler.
40 – 60 bar g use 15 – 20 ppm PO4.
Above 60 bar g 10ppm.
For best results dose Accepta 2112 continuously proportional to the feedwater use.
To remove calcium and leave a PO4 residual the dosage rate is:
Product ppm = (Feed Calcium Hardness x 4.2) + [(PO4 residual as above x 7.4)/concentration factor].
It is always advisable to carry out a ‘Control Of Substances Hazardous to Health’ (COSHH) assessment before use.
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