Detailed introduction of polyaspartic acid

Polyaspartic acid (PASP), as a new type of water treatment agent, has significant environmentally friendly properties. It can effectively disperse and inhibit various water sediments, such as calcium carbonate (CaCO3), calcium sulfate (CaSO4), barium sulfate (BaSO4), iron oxide (Fe2O3), zinc hydroxide (Zn (OH) 2), calcium phosphate (Ca3 (PO4) 2), and magnesium hydroxide (Mg (OH) 2). This scale inhibitor has a wide range of applications, including cooling water, boiler water, and oilfield water injection.
PASP has high biodegradability, which means it can be decomposed by microorganisms in the natural environment after use, thereby reducing environmental pollution. Because of this characteristic, it is known as a green scale inhibitor and has won the US President’s Green Chemistry Award, demonstrating its innovation in the field of chemistry and positive impact on the environment.
The alkyl epoxy carboxylate (AEC) developed by BetaDearborn is also an environmentally friendly scale inhibitor with phosphorus free characteristics, which can replace alkaline phosphorus without losing its corrosion and scale inhibition performance. AEC has a high calcium tolerance and chlorine stability, which allows it to maintain good performance even in the event of water quality changes or system disturbances.
The development and application of these new scale inhibitors not only improve the efficiency and safety of water treatment, but also contribute to environmental protection, which is an important direction for the development of water treatment technology. If you need more detailed information or have specific questions, feel free to ask at any time.

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