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Re: Polymer/Nexguard Nalco

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Posted by Craig Zebrowski on January 29, 2004 at 08:25:41:

In Reply to: Polymer/Nexguard Nalco posted by Tom Crocco on November 20, 2003 at 18:13:13:

The green color is from the dye that is used to determine product concentration with the Trasar unit. I work for an independent water consulting firm, Homeyer Consulting Services, Inc. We provide unbias consulting services through our monitoring/sampling program and run water treatment bids. We do not sell chemicals. Homeyer.com We are working with several major universities that have used or are looking to use sorbitol/ACT in their condensate system. I would be very interested in talking with anyone who has experienced carryover or steam trap issues with this product. I would also be interested in any university/hospitals that use this product where autoclaves or cage washers use steam where research is involved. 716-689-4144

: We've switched chemical suppliers using a new polymer and trying to maintain between 1285-1434 as recommened by them. What we are experiencing is boilerwater with a green tint and when the steam drum was opened,even the inside had a very slight greenish film. This does not sound normal.
: Has anyone else ever experienced this? even the meter recommended by them does not read that high so they told us to dilute boiler sample by 50% and multiply results by 2.

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