XL-TREAT 2012 is a high performance boiler water oxygen scavenger.
XL-TREAT 2012 is scientifically formulated to provide outstanding protection from oxygen corrosion together with excellent feed water and boiler system passivation.
XL-TREAT 2012 is an organic corrosion inhibitor used for scavenging oxygen and passivating metal surfaces.
XL-TREAT 2012 can be used as a direct replacement for hydrazine in any boiler without the associated safety hazards and handling precautions.
XL-TREAT 2012 is based on volatile chemistry and so contributes no dissolved solids and minimal ammonia to the boiler system.
XL-TREAT 2012 can be used in boilers of any pressure up to 220 barg, and can be fed into feed waters used for spray attemperation. XL-TREAT 2012 can also be used for wet lay up of any boiler and non-drainable superheaters.
Important - Please note that XL-TREAT 2012 cannot be used to treat boilers where steam produced will contact food or food products.
XL-TREAT 2012 may be used in boilers where steam is used in the manufacture of paper and paperboard that might be employed for food contact purposes. It is not regulated as a hazardous waste or toxic pollutant.
· High performance oxygen scavenger giving outstanding protection from oxygen corrosion, plus feed water and boiler system passivation.
· Improved safety - a direct replacement for hydrazine.
· Used in boilers of any pressure up to 220 barg.
Specific Gravity @ 15°C:
Volatile Organic Carbon (VOC) %:
Vapor Pressure @ 20°C:
Vapor Pressure @ 38°C:
Application & Dosage Information
Total product dosage for XL-TREAT 2012 is based on the sum of the dissolved oxygen level (23.0 ppm product per ppm oxygen) and the required product residual (1.0 ppm product per ppm residual).
The residual range for XL-TREAT 2012 should be controlled between 0.8 and 1.2 ppm as product.
Feed this product neat. Diluting oxygen scavengers will cause loss of oxygen-scavenging ability. Diluted solutions of the product may not be stable.
XL-TREAT 2012 cannot be mixed with any other chemicals. Chemical additions to the formulation will result in extreme loss of oxygen-scavenging ability.