Industry, 03-11-2024

Scale control solution for Pulp Mills

Scale formation is a dynamic phenomenon that can be caused by temperature shocks, pH changes, intense shear forces and supersaturation concentration of scaling ions.

The most common scales in pulp mills are calcium carbonate, calcium oxalate, barium sulphate and calcium sulphate. Troublesome and costly operational problems can be limited with the use of antiscaling chemicals which act on threshold inhibition, chelation, stabilization and crystal habit modification of the scaling. Many factories have successfully implemented Mare antiscaling chemicals which have proven to be extremely cost-effective by preventing the formation of deposits.

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