How does E.C.O.Film non-phosphorus cooling water treatment work? | SUEZ

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Wednesday, May 13, 2020Description :
Deposition in critical cooling operations can limit production, algae growth can cause discharge violations and high biocide usage, and many customers now face increased phosphorus limits. SUEZ’s E.C.O.Film* (engineered carboxylate oxide) technology for cooling water eliminates the use of phosphate for treating cooling water systems. Watch our video to learn how our patented E.C.O.Film technology provides mild steel corrosion protection and complete system treatment without the use of phosphorus, EPA priority pollutants (i.e., zinc) and halogen-reactive, galvanic-corrosion-inducing tin additives. For more information on our non-phosphorus cooling water treatment program, click here: To connect with a SUEZ expert, click here and fill out our contact us form: *Trademark of SUEZ; may be registered in one or more countries.

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