Limescale Removal System
DYNAMIC DESCALER® Limescale Remover

Lime Scale A Billion Dollar Problem!!!

U.S. industry spends billions of dollars each year to control and remove lime scale build-up in industrial heat exchangers, evaporative coolers, boilers, chillers and other water-fed equipment. Oil wells, too, face significant scaling problems from the highly mineralized water that’s extracted with the oil. Lime scale increases downtime, maintenance costs, and energy consumption, and leads to the early renewal of capital equipment. Scale-prevention can benefit industrial water users by minimizing or eliminating unexpected production shutdowns and generating substantial savings through water conservation.

Scale usually refers to an intimate mixture of sparingly soluble mineral salts. Mineral scale deposition occurs as a result of heat transfer or pressure changes. Calcium carbonate scaling from hard water and calcium phosphate and oxalate formation in sugar refineries are examples. Other types of fouling include growth of algae and bacteria (bio-fouling); consolidation of loose particles (particulate fouling, such as corrosion byproducts); and accumulation of coke-like deposits (chemical-reaction fouling).

Calcium carbonate is the predominant component of the hard and tenacious scale deposit from water, and is particularly apparent in processes involving heat transfer. A concentration of dissolved solids by repeated partial evaporation of the water is the main factor that causes calcium carbonate scale. Even soft water will eventually form scales when concentrated numerous times.



Common Evidence of Lime Scale

Because scales and other deposits generally form inside closed systems, it is not always evident that deposition is occurring. But certain clues can be detected. It is useful to try to answer the following questions:

  • Are energy and heating bills reduced immediately after cleaning the plant?

  • Is it necessary to arrange significant planned and/or unplanned downtime?

  • Are heat exchangers performing below design?

  • Is corrosion a problem?

  • Are there signs of unexpected deposit formation within the system?

The more times the answer is “yes,” the more likely it is that there is fouling. If fouling can be controlled, the potential exists to save energy, prevent equipment failure and reduce maintenance. Furthermore, a successful treatment strategy will maintain fluid flow, reduce corrosion effects and provide a safer environment, in addition to saving money.

Present/Conventional Methods Used to Remove Water Borne Sedimentation.

  • Industrial Acids e.g. Phosphoric Acid, SulfuricAcid, Barium Nitrate, Glycine Acid etc.

  • Rodding High Pressure Steam

  • Scrapping High Pressure Water Jet

  • Last but not least - replacement of the equipment!

None of the above are effective, some are even damaging to the equipment, in that some of these methods can only bring the equipment back to optimum operating efficiencies by compromising downtime, and the integrity of the equipment.

Present Methods of Preventing Sedimentation or better known as Fouling.

  • Ion-Exchange

  • Phosphates

  • Permanent Magnets

  • Electronic Conditioning

  • Inhibitors - scale, rust, algae, bacteria

Some of the above methods are effective in SLOWING DOWN the process of scaling and should be used, BUT it does not remove or totally prevent sedimentation build up.

Lime Scale Removal Systems:


Dynamic Descaler, Biodegradable Descaler
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Dynamic Descaler® is the trade name for a revolutionary liquid descaler that rapidly dissolves all water scale and lime plus it removes mud, rust, and other non-soluble sedimentation deposits safely and effectively. We also provide other descalers Descale 518 and Aqua Safe descaler for potable water applications.


Dynamic Descaler®

Dynamic Descaler® is used worldwide by leading companies in the following sectors: Industrial, Marine, Light Industrial. Descale 518 can be used on steel, iron, brass, copper, plastic and rubber. Ideal for holding tanks, reservoirs, heat exchangers & other stainless steel equipment. Aqua Safe effectively removes water scale and mussels from marine equipment on all types of vessels.

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Dynamic Descaler® provides indepth information of their complete product line. Dynamic Descaler® a revolutionary environmentally friendly liquid descaler. Descale 518 the safe and effective way to remove water scale on stainless steel, aluminium and galvanized metals. Aqua Safe is ideal for water heat exchangers, tankless hot water heaters, coolers, pumps, boilers, compressors, condensors, extruders, molds, cooling towers, furnaces, water piping systems and other water side heat exchange surfaces.

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