Production and Properties of Glassy Metaphosphate Composition for Protecting the Elements of Water-Heating Systems from Corrosion
The production from simple and easily accessible materials and use of an environmentally safe, glassy, metaphosphate composition (GMC) (the formula is patented) for comprehensive protection of the elements of water-heating systems from corrosion and salt deposition (scale) are examined. The results of experiments investigating the solubility and anticorrosion and antiscaling properties of the GMC are presented.
Key wordsglassy metaphosphate composition solubility water treatment waste-free technology comprehensive protection corrosion salt deposition (scale) elements of water-heating systems
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