Precautions when using bactericide and algicide in summer
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Precautions when using bactericide and algicide in summer

Release date:2022-05-03 Author:翊成网络g Click:

When the amount of bactericide and algaecide is used in summer, it is mainly in the relatively high summer temperature that is conducive to bacterial growth. The circulating water runs for a long time, which deteriorates the water quality. The effect of corrosion inhibitor only on non-biological materials is for bacteria. And algae tend to feel helpless, which requires sterilization, so inhibitors and fungicides are often used in conjunction with recirculating water systems to be effective.

Bactericidal and algicide can be widely used in circulating cooling water, oil field water injection, pesticides (preservation), cutting oil, tanning and leather industry, paper industry, coatings and paints, detergents, cosmetics, photosensitive films and other industries as biocides. It can be used in combination with other non-oxidative biocides, which can play a synergistic role.

Bactericide and Algaecide

Technical parameters of bactericide and algicide:

1. Features: The slime stripper is mainly composed of strong oxidants, organic acids, stabilizers, etc. Mainly through strong oxidation, the agent penetrates into the slime and bacterial micelle, and through oxidation and decomposition, the slime mass is loosened and fallen off, and then discharged into the water system with the water flow.

2. Application: The slime stripping agent is mainly used to remove the slime adhered to the tube wall and elbow of the water cooler or accumulated in the shell side in the circulating cooling water system. (For the water cooler on the shell side) to restore the clean metal surface to improve the heat transfer effect of the water cooler.

3. Packaging and storage The slime release agent is packed in 25kg and 1000kg plastic drums, and stored in a cool, ventilated and dry place indoors. The shelf life is 12 months.

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