Accepta 2520 is a high performance cooling tower foaming cleaner component that is scientifically formulated for the in-situ cleaning of cooling tower pack components in soft water areas.
Accepta’s innovative cooling tower cleaning system is especially useful where it is not practical to remove the tower packing.
Accepta 2520 is based on phosphoric acid and incorporates a foaming agent tolerant to acid and chlorine dioxide.
Accepta 2520 forms one component of a complete cooling tower pack cleaning system.
Accepta 2520 forms a stable wet foam that will flow slowly through the tower packing cleaning, descaling and disinfecting as it progresses. It is mildly acidic so as to remove inorganic scales.
When Accepta’s stabilised chlorine dioxide component to this system is added to the foam concentrate, chlorine dioxide is released into the foam. The release of the chlorine dioxide significantly aids disinfection.
Accepta 2520 is better suited for use in soft water areas.
- Can be used to clean tower packing without removal making it an effective alternative to cooling tower pack removal
- Excellent pack penetration
- Descales and disinfects in a single procedure
- Simple and easy to use
|Composition:||An aqueous solution of phosphoric acid and amphoteric surfactant|
|Appearance:||Pale brown solution|
|Sg (at 20oC):||1.118|
*Full details of the product properties are available in the Safety Data Sheet. See below.
Application & Dosage Information
Use a foam generation system (available from Accepta) that generates a wet foam at a dose rate of 5 – 10%.
The design of the dosing equipment is important. The creation of a stable wet foam is essential.
Accepta 2520 is supplied in 12.5 litres for convenience. Activate one container at a time.
Add 250 ml of stabilised chlorine dioxide to the 12.5 litre container of foam gel. Cap the drum and invert to mix.
Allow the solution to stand for ten minutes for chlorine dioxide generation.
Discard all unused activated foam gel.
It is always advisable to carry out a ‘Control Of Substances Hazardous to Health’ (COSHH) assessment before use.