boiler incrustation, carbonic acid



boiler incrustation, carbonic acid defined in 1909 year

boiler incrustation, carbonic acid - boiler incrustation, Carbonic Acid;
boiler incrustation, carbonic acid - Method adopted by Schubler. It is liquid carbonic acid, which he brings in a cylinder' in connection with the boiler, which, though cold, is still filled with water. The water hereby becomes saturated with carbonic acid. This carbonated water then dissolves the carbonate of lime, the principal part of the incrustation, and forms an acetous carbonate of lime, which falls off, and, after removal of the water, the boiler will be found free from the incrustation.

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