boiler incrustation, alkaline salts



boiler incrustation, alkaline salts defined in 1909 year

boiler incrustation, alkaline salts - boiler incrustation, Alkaline Salts;
boiler incrustation, alkaline salts - Of the saline bodies, borax and phosphate of soda have often been used, and may with some -waters prove useful, but they are costly; they will act by throwing down the lime and magnesia as the borates or phosphates of those earths, and these are very insoluble and amorphous in their nature. Oxalate of soda has been used in some cases with beneficial results when the water contains much lime, oxalate of lime being formed, which is also very insoluble.

Permanganate of potash has also been used, but how it acts is uncertain, except as destroying the organic matter.

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