What is CHLORIDE SOLUTION LIQUID SOLUBLE SALT REMOVAL
Chloride Solution is an organic bonding chemical blend which aids in the removal of CI-, sulfates and also surface reacted salts. Contains no volatile organic compounds (VOC’s), and is biodegradable.
CS recommended for use in a maintenance wash compound to reduce corrosion and also as part of surface preparation. Prior to application of primers or coatings on a variety of surfaces, including both ferrous and non-ferrous metals, concrete, wood, plastics and others.
Best surface preparation yields the best results. Hydrocarbons should be removed prior to salt removal. Barrier materials, such as rust, scale or delaminated coatings, should be removed prior to salt removal. Sufficient mechanical force, such as high pressure water or wet abrasive blast, may be utilized so barrier materials are removed as part of salt removal procedures.
Surface preparation is the foundation for achieving full life cycle coating performance.
These salts contamination draw moisture through protective coatings, causing them to blister and fail. They can also cause degradation of the substrate. Lost productivity from protective coating failures is costly and can be hazardous.
- An acidic solvent that is much more effective and efficient than alkaline.
- Compatible with all coatings.
- Removes ci-, sulfates, nitrates and other salt contaminants in a simple dilution with potable water.
- Biodegradable, non-flammable and contains no volatile organic compounds.
- Not interfere with the adhesion of protective coatings.
- Costs pennies per square foot, but offers significant savings by extending the service life of protective coatings.
- Leaves no film or residue after use. (Confirmed by scanning electron microscopy inspections by KTA Tator Laboratories.)
- Easy to use, poses no health concerns, and requires no special certifications.
- Internationally recognized as the easiest and most economical way to remove concentrate of salt contaminants with any method: vapor/ mist blasting, high pressure washing, wet abrasive blasting.
See Directions for hand cleaning, pressure washing, UHP water jetting and wet abrasive blasting methods. Contact CHLOR*RID International, Inc. or an Authorized Distributor for other methods or technical support.
Before and after cleaning a small sample area (usually 25 Sq. Ft.), test the surface for contamination. Please adjust travel speed, pressure or dilution as necessary. After that retest to assure desired cleanliness level is achieved. It is unnecessary to use the entire contents.
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