Answered by tet2lar (1440 pts) 1 year Ago
Feedback on film-forming agent for aggressive drinking water
Hi, I work for a company in Canada (Quebec) that manufactures and applies corrosion inhibitors in order to control the color resulting from iron corrosion in drinking-water distribution networks. I know that in Europe operators rely on calco-carbonic equilibrium, since, I believe, there are regulat...
Answered by baba16 (660 pts) 2 years Ago
Aggressive drinking water and treatment with film-forming protection in Europe
Hello, In North America, calco-carbonic equilibrium is not mandatory for drinking water, and phosphate and zinc-based corrosion inhibitors (film-forming) are increasingly used to limit iron corrosion and its associated unwanted coloring in distribution networks. Experience shows that over time, cal...