Watertreatment against Corrosion
Today water is in the industry still mostly transported in metallic pipes or systems. The simpler the iron or the carbon steel pipe the greater is the risk of corrosion. The definition of corrosion is an (unwanted) reaction of materials with substances present in their environment. In the case of iron this reaction becomes visible for instance when rust forms. The reasons for this corrosion are diverse and are covered very extensively in the pertinent literature; we won't go into that any further in this place.
MERUS yields safe and reproducible results where the less complicated reasons for corrosion between water and iron are on hand. These simple reasons are either stagnating water or water which is poor in minerals or unsaturated. A good example of unsaturated water is feed water to hot water boilers or steamboilers, where the problem of corrosion in very often found. Even pitting is reduced in a lot of cases.