Product Dose

After using  RXSOL-40-1048-025, sense all metal surfaces with 0.5 percent of  RXSOL-10-1005, at least 2-4 hour , up to neutral of PH value.

• Fast and effective scale remover.
• Soft on ferrous metals.
• Removes water scale & rust from boilers/diesel engine & other cooling system
• As well as from condensers, evaporators, & heat exchangers etc
 

Why Use RXSOL Descaler?

  • It is a safe , economical concentrated  chemical to be used on the waterside of heat transfer equipment.
  • You do not have to heat RXSOL-40-1048-025 .
    RXSOL-40-1048-025  is safer for the employees to use than other acid products.
  • Your equipment will be cleaned in only hours without disassembling any part of the equipment. Equipment can also be cleaned without any down time (cleaning on the run).

  •  Cleans down to the original surface without pitting.
  •  RXSOL-40-1048-025 is safe on copper, copper-nickel, bronze, brass, iron, stainless steel and rubber.
  •  RXSOL-40-1048-025  will extend the usable life of your equipment, especially when used as a part of a regularly scheduled preventative maintenance program.
  •  Removing the scale build up allows your equipment to operate more efficiently with less down time.

TIPS for General Uses ::: 

The steam boiler which has solid mass of mineral deposits approximate mass calculation will help to use proper volume of RXSOL-40-1048-025  Descaler. As per gallon in concentrated form of RXSOL-40-1048-025  has the ability to dissolve approximately 1.5kg of scale mass 
For example if descaling required for home appliances , brewing shop 1 - 3 Table spoon is sufficient to clean while for Industrial cleaning multiple Gallon volume required.

As for the other parts,  The RXSOL-40-1048-025 works more quickly with hot water than cold. Try using RXSOL-40-1048-025 with the hot maintain the temperature. And give sufficint time to dissolve mineral deposits in some cases complete dissolving may reuqire bath water above 100F over night period.

Home application ::: 
Around two tablespoons to a liter of water is a 'normal' mix. You could go 3 or 4 tablespoons for heavier scale. When I do my every 6 months descale I use the 2 tablespoons per liter mix and it works just fine. Hot water is more aggressive so when you put all the parts in a tub to descale, put your water and RXSOL-40-1048-025 in a bit stock pot, bring it to a low boil then dump it in your tub with the parts.

Almost forgot, do not use an aluminum pot or Teflon coated. Use stainless. The acidic part of RXSOL-40-1048-025 will eat up the aluminum and may blister the Teflon.