- OMEGA TH-7163 is a condensate neutralization treatment.
- OMEGA TH-7163 has a vapor to liquid distribution ratio of 3.4 to 1 at 0 to 100 psi.
- OMEGA TH-7163 was designed for applications at both low and high pressure. The increased basicity of OMEGA TH-7163 provides increased neutralization verses morpholine in low pressure systems.
- With a distribution ration of 3.4 to 1, OMEGA TH-7163, provides optimum carbonic acid neutralization, without excessive multiple amine treatments.
- OMEGA TH-7163 is formulated to provide condensate neutralization for most standard low pressure boiler operations.
Type: Neutralizing amine(s)
Appearance: Light amber to colorless liquid
Odor: Amine like odor
pH of concentrate: 11 to 13
|Dosage Range and Feed Methods||
The OMEGA TH-7163 dosage range will vary based upon the carbon dioxide level of the generated steam, as well as the steam pressure of operation. Condensate neutralization of pH 7.0, as a minimum, with an optimum level of pH 7.5 to 8.0, is recommended. As a typical dose, 4 ppm of OMEGA TH-7163 should be applied for every ppm of feedwater CO2.
OMEGA TH-7163 can be fed as a concentrate, or at any desirable dilution. Feed points can be via an injection quill, to the stream header, or through the boiler feedwater chemical make-up tank.
If applied as a concentrate, pump and feed lines should be of stainless, or mild steel composition.
|Safety and Handling||
OMEGA TH-7163 should not come in contact with skin, eyes, or hair. Use appropriate safety equipment to prevent contact. If contact does occur, flush area with water for 15 minutes. Seek medical attention if irritation develops. If eye contact occurs, flush eyes with water for 15 minutes and seek medical attention.
OMEGA TH-7163 should be handled with alkaline resistant gloves, goggles, and face shield.
|Container Size and Shipping||
OMEGA TH-7163 is available in 275 gallon totes, 55 gallon drums, and 5 gallon containers
EU sizing : 1040 Liter totes, 208 Liter drums, and 25 Kg containers
OMEGA TH-7163 is slightly alkaline in composition. Spills should be neutralized and handled in accordance with all applicable regulations.