These are the unique performance and value-added benefits one can expect
Full OEM Compliance
Our chemistry ensures full compliance with OEM steam quality guidelines with cation conductivities of <0.2 µS/cm. An increase of 0.05 µS/cm per 1 ppm dosed is typically experienced, coming from Anodamine itself.
Unlike most conventional treatment chemicals and even other film-forming amines, Anodamine products offer exceptionally low toxicity and handling hazards (LD50 values range 49,500 - 116,000 mg/kg).
60/40 Volatile to Liquid Ratio
Depending on pressure, Anodamine's volatile to liquid ratio is between 50/50 to 60/40. In result, protection reaches all single and two-phase locations.
Tested up to 566°C/1051°F on super critical once-through units operational on OT, no degradation products have been measured.
Protection of Ferrous and Mixed Metallurgies
Anodamine allows for complete elimination of reducing agents, thus allowing optimum ferrous and admiralty metal protection independent of oxygen and ammonia dosage.
Single and Two-Phase FAC Protection
The volatile to liquid ratio of Anodamine results in a protection of single and two-phase areas, thus mitigating Flow-Assisted Corrosion.
No Waxy "Gunk" Balls
There is no cycle poisoning, no degradation products, and no release of filming layer as seen with conventional film-forming amines.
Prevents pitting and propagation of Stress Corrosion Cracking
Anodamine as been shown to assist in preventing pitting, thus preventing the propagation of SCC on turbine steels.
No Known Negative Effects Toward Online Instrumentation
Online instrumentation and equipment is unaffected by Anodamine dosage.
Elimination of Oxide Transport Problems
No typical amine-supported oxide dissolution and/or transport occurs.
Reliable, Qualitative Residual Method
Analysis of chemical residual is achieved with a simple spectrophotometric method, without the use of Bengal Rose dye.
No Increase of Circuit pH or Standard Conductivities
Anodamine does not increase circuit pH's or appreciably affect system standard conductivities.