Boiler Water Condensate Treatment
Blended solid concentrate, Accepta 6307 is a proprietary formulation featuring triple component neutralizing amines designed to minimize corrosion in condensate lines by balancing the pH, with the addition of an oxygen corrosion inhibitor. The product active amines are cyclohexylamine, morpholine & (DEHA) diethyl hydroxylamine. Product does NOT conform to FDA Title 21, Section 173 Boiler Water Additives.
Product CANNOT be used in steam that will be in contact with milk and milk products.
HOW MUCH TO USE
Feedrate is dependent upon amount of condensate return and feedwater alkalinity and the amount of oxygen in the condensate. This product should be fed to the boiler or the feedwater.
|Dosage||Testing Method||In Condensate Return|
|5ppm of product/ppm of O2||pH||7.5 – 9.0|
|Iron||< 1 ppm|
The above dosage is an approximate. Testing condensate must be done to verify product is being dosed properly. Adjust product accordingly to control pH and iron in condensate system.
Maximum Solubility: >6.0% @ 27°C / 80°F
Appearance: Solid – White
Odour: characteristic – amine
pH: 11 – 12
HANDLING AND STORAGE
Accepta 6307 should be kept away from acids and oxidising agents in a cool dry area. Properly stored, the product will remain effective for 12 – 18 months. Consult Safety Data Sheet for further information
Accepta 6307 is available in 4.0 kilo containers (4 to a case).
Feed Accepta 6307 using an Accepta board system.
Available in three types:
- Gravity Fed – No pump needed, requires controller relay or timer
- Electronic Level Control – Pump needed
- Mechanical – Pump needed
It is always advisable to carry out a ‘Control Of Substances Hazardous to Health’ (COSHH) assessment before use.
For further technical assistance concerning Accepta 6307 please contact Accepta.
This chart shows the Accepta Feeder reservoir solution strength of our bottle and disc products based on solution conductivity. Chart Data was generated with DI water, so make up water conductivity needs to be considered in field conditions.