A corrosion inhibitor is a chemical substance that, when added to an environment at a low concentration, effectively controls the reduction or reaction of the metal with the environment. Inhibitors are often used mainly in closed environments due to being sure of the appropriate concentration and easier to control their concentration. One of the most well-known applications for inhibitors is the antifreeze of car radiators.

Two main classifications of scales are known; inorganic and organic scales and the two types are mutually inclusive, occurring simultaneously in the same system, referred to as mixed scale. Group (II) metal ions are commonly sequestered by SIs with the following functionalities:

– Phosphonate ions (-PO3H)

– Phosphate ions (-OPO3H)

– Phosphonate ions (-PO2H)

– Sulphonate ions (-SO3)

– Carboxylate ions (-CO2)


  • Cooling systems
  • Oil and gas industries
  • Chemical industries
  • Pipe industries
  • Water and wastewater treatment


This chemical is available in 25 kg containers.

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