Accepta 6102 Solid-Concentrate is a proprietary water treatment for CORROSIVE conditions that utilizes the very latest anti-scaling, anti-fouling, and corrosion inhibition technology. The product’s approach to inhibit ferrous metal corrosion utilizes both cathodic and anodic protection, and copper corrosion inhibitors. Accepta 6102 also contains PTSA, a phosphorescent dye, blended into the product. This will allow tracking and monitoring online using system probes and controllers. Contains PBTC phosphonate, HEDP phosphonate, Versaflex One, Ter-polymer, HPA, POCA, triazole.
Accepta 6102 can be used in tower water systems utilizing the below-listed feed dosages and feed-rates (supported by ongoing field data). More or less may be needed, based on the stability index of particular water. When this product is typically dosed at 25 ppm, 100 ppb of active PTSA will be present.
|Ryzner Stability Index||Langelier Saturation Index||Chemical Level in Recirculating Water||Organo-Phosphonate||Monitored PTSA|
|6.0 - 6.5||0.0 - -0.20||10 - 25 ppm||2.0 - 4.0 ppm||60 - 100 ppb|
|6.5 - 7.5||-0.20 - -0.75||25 - 40 ppm||4.0 - 6.5 ppm||100 - 160 ppb|
|7.5 - 8.5||-0.75 - -1.50||40 - 50 ppm||6.5 - 8.0 ppm||160+ ppb|
4ppb PTSA = 1 ppm Accepta 6102
* @ 20 ppm, 1 case of this product is equivalent to 220kg of a conventional liquid product. Liquid equivalent comparative values will vary, dependent upon concentration.
Testing and Control
PTSA handheld or organophosphonate/polymer test kit.
Use with Accepta SolvUltima & Solv-All dissolvers.
- 5kg containers – 1 case of 4 @ 20kg/case
- Discs – 1 case of 8 @ 18kg/case
- Sticks – 1 case of 30 @ 11kg/case
Product Dissolving Data
See graph at right.
Maximum Solubility @ 80o F: 5.3%
Appearance: Solid – Tan to Brown
HANDLING AND STORAGE
Accepta 6102 should be stored in its original container away from direct sunlight and in a cool dry area. Properly stored, the product will remain effective for 24 – 36 months. Consult Safety Data Sheet for further information.
It is always advisable to carry out a ‘Control Of Substances Hazardous to Health’ (COSHH) assessment before use.
For further technical assistance concerning Accepta 6102 please contact Accepta.