GE can help increase performance and reliability through corrosion control in steam condensate systems
Corrosion can threaten the reliability and safety of critical steam equipment, frequently taking the form of acid or CO2 corrosion, dissolved oxygen attack, erosion or flow-assisted corrosion, and/or downtime/storage corrosion. If left untreated, ongoing corrosion can result in significantly higher maintenance and equipment replacement costs, reduced runtime, unscheduled outages, and lower product quality. Good steam condensate treatment can help minimize corrosion throughout the condensate system and drive overall productivity with less maintenance, downtime, and asset maintenance and repair costs.
- Steamate PAS Series – Novel surface-adsorbed, volatile Polyamine technology combined with high-performance neutralizing amines for maximum system protection
- Steamate LSA – Low-salt neutralizing amine and Polyamine product line designed specifically for the refining industry
- Steamate NA – Broad suite of neutralizing amine for effective corrosion protection in a wide range of boiler systems
- Steamate FM – Filmer corrosion inhibitors for physical barrier corrosion protection
GE’s Steamate Low Salt Amine (LSA) technology provides a cost effective solution for refinery boiler and steam systems.
Volatile Polyamine technology provides complete corrosion protection program for wood product facility
See how a Pennsylvania-based wood products facility was able to protect against corrosion and reduce downtime.
By moving from a traditional neutralizing amine program to the volatile filmer with amines, this customer was able to lower costs and save an estimated 45 million gallons of water a year. This site was also the recipient of the prestigious GE ecomagination* award for reduction in water usage.
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