What is Descalex?

What is Descalex?

DESCALEX POWDER is a dry acid cleaner used for removing scale and rust deposits over aluminum, copper, zinc, galvanized metals, steel boilers, cooling systems, ejection machines, condense lines and climate systems.

What is Aquatuff?

Aquatuff is a strong water based alkaline cleaner primarily designed to provide numerous cleaning applications including: Cleaning of vegetable oils, animal oils, fatty acids, fish oils, grease, waxes, oil, sludge soot, carbon deposits and general dirt and grime. Cleaning of inert gas soot in cargo tanks.

How do you use Disclean?

Directions for use

  1. Removing the separator disc stack and soaking in a solution of Unitor™ Disclean. Circulating the solution and heating will enhance the cleaning.
  2. Removing the separator discs and dismantling stack, then soaking discs in Unitor™ Disclean. Circulating and heating the solution will enhance the cleaning.

What is SAF acid?

SAF-ACID. SAF-ACID is a special blend of sulfamic acid, wetting agent and color indicator. The wetting agent enhances the action of the sulfamic acid in removing deposits by its surface-active cleaning properties.

Is descaler harmful?

Hazardous reactions: No known hazardous reactions. Inhalation: Material may be an irritant to mucous membranes and respiratory tract. Skin contact: Contact with skin will result in severe irritation. Corrosive to skin – may cause skin burns.

What can I use as a descaling agent?

Which home remedies are suitable for descaling?

  • citric acid. One of the most popular means of descaling is citric acid.
  • acetic acid. Acetic acid works effectively, the concentrated vinegar essence is even stronger.
  • baking powder.
  • Denture cleaner or aspirin.
  • cola.
  • Baking soda.
  • Amidosulfonic acid.

How do you use Aquatuff?

  1. Apply Unitor™ Aquatuff™ mixed 10–25% in water, using spray foam equipment.
  2. Leave for 30–45 minutes. The surface remains wet.
  3. Wash down with a high pressure unit. For best results, direct the high pressure jet at the lowest parts of the hold first and work upwards.
  4. Repeat the procedure if necessary.

What is Aquatuf resin?

Product Finder. The AQUATUF® brand of rotomolding products was originally created to satisfy the challenging requirements of the whitewater kayak market but have grown in use to include many other application areas that require the highest level of stiffness and toughness available in the market today.

What is carbon remover?

Carbon removal is the process of removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and locking it away for decades, centuries, or millennia. This could slow, limit, or even reverse climate change — but it is not a substitute for cutting greenhouse gas emissions.

How many times boil kettle after descaling?

Allow it to stand for 15- 30 minutes before pouring it away. Rinse the kettle with fresh water and boil once or twice with new water each time to ensure there is no lingering taste of bicarb.

How do you use a slip coat?

Start applying Unitor™ Slip Coat Plus™ from top and downwards. Allow the film to dry completely before loading the cargo a process which takes 1-2 hours depending on air and surface temperature and humidity. Note that larger amounts of Unitor™ Slip Coat Plus™ may end up at tank top when holds are sprayed.

How do you use metal Brite?

For removal of rust stains on painted surfaces and wood, Unitor™ Metal Brite™ should be applied at full strength for heavy stains, or diluted to 30–50% for light stains. Allow to soak for 20 to 30 minutes and wash off with water. A second application may be necessary to remove the stubborn stains.

Are Descalers safe?

Strongly acidic descaling agents are usually corrosive to the eyes and skin, and can also attack and degrade clothing fibres, so appropriate protection such as rubber gloves and plastic aprons should be used in cleaning operations.

Is descaler better than vinegar?

Everyone wants a definitive answer, but there really isn’t one. Both vinegar and descaling solutions work equally well when it comes to descaling. Some people say that the white vinegar leaves a lingering taste, but many also tout it as the ideal method to clear away limescale.

How often should you carbon clean your engine?

every 60,000 miles
Most GDI engines need a carbon cleaning every 60,000 miles or sooner, but driving styles, regular maintenance, air, and fuel quality can impact how quickly the carbon builds up.