Vitec 5100 is a blended formulation, which is a highly effective threshold scale inhibitor. Low application rates of Vitec 5100 are required to keep large amounts of scalants in solution. Vitec 5100 is primarily used to control scale precipitates and reduce Inorganic and colloidal fouling in spiral and hollow fine fibre membranes.
Establishing the most efficient dose rate is dependent on a number of factors, including feedwater quality, system operating recovery and membrane chemistry. Typical application rates range between 2-10 ppm. For accurate dosing recommendation contact your Avista representative, or use the Avista Advisor.
For maximum effectiveness, Vitec 5100 should be added prior to the cartridge filter housing.
The maximum dilution for Vitec 5100 should not exceed 10%. If further dilution is required then contact your Avista representative for advice.
Vitec 5100 is available in 23kg pails, 230kg Drums and 1100kg intermediate bulk containers. Other packaging is available on request.
RO ANTISCALANT / DISPERANT
Avista Technologies meet the specialized needs of the membrane separation industry worldwide, supplying chemicals and technical services to keep plants running efficiently. Their focus is entirely on membrane system chemistry & support.
We are pleased to offer now ex-stock their RO Antiscalant Vitec 5300 a highly effective threshold scale inhibitor. Low application rates of Vitec5300 are required to keep large amounts of scale in solution.
Vitec 5300 is primarily used to control scale precipitates & reduce inorganic & colloidal fouling in spiral & hollow fine fibre membranes.
Other features of Vitec 5300 are as under:
- Highly effective antiscalant across a wide quality of feed water.
- Compatible with all membrane types.
- Effective over a wide pH range.
- Crystal modification distorts inorganic salt crystal growth reduces system fouling.
- Compatible with poly electrolytes.
- Achieving threshold scale inhibition at low dosage rates offering excellent economical running costs.
The most efficient dose rate is dependent on a number of factors, including feed water quality, system operating recovery & membrane chemistry. Please advise us your RO Plant data & feed water analysis for our accurate dosing recommendations.