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1.Copper and silver corrosion inhibitor benzene Benzotriazole (BTA), 1,2,3 bezotriazole.
Copper and silver corrosion inhibitor BTA can be adsorbed on the metal surface to form a thin film to protect copper and other metals from corrosion of air and harmful media. Copper corrosion inhibitor BTA can be used in the circulating cooling water system with a variety of scale agent, biocide. And it has a good corrosion effect in the circulating cool water system.
2.Copper corrosion inhibitor methyl Tolyltriazole (TTA).
TTA can be used as non-ferrous metals copper corrosion inhibitor of copper and copper alloy corrosion inhibitor for ferrous metals are also corrosion inhibition. TTA copper corrosion inhibitor adsorbed on the metal surface to form a thin film to protect copper and other metals from the atmosphere and water harmful corrosive media.
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Tolyltriazole is also named TTA. The chemical formula of the tolyltriazole is C7H7N3. The appearance of the tolyltriazole is white grain or powder,it can be processed into large flakes,small pieces of granular,columnar,fine granular and powder. The tolyltriazole is poorly soluble in water,but it can be soluble in some organic solvents ,such as :alcohol,benzene, toluene, chloroform and so on,and it’s also can be soluble in sig water. The tolyltriazole can be mixed with water, without toxic and pollution. It has good chemical stability and temperature tolerance. It still has good scale inhibition effect under the 200 ℃. The density of tolyltriazole is 1.273g/cm3,the melting point is 76-87℃,the boiling point is 210-212 C,and the flashing point of it is 137.4C.
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Corrosion inhibitors have been used to protect industrial circulating cooling water system of heating equipment and piping drinking water system water cooler, such as a water quality stabilization is to point to by adding with the corrosion scale and algae fungicidal action of all kinds of chemicals to control the corrosion of the circulating cooling water system fouling and biological reproduction, so as to ensure safe operation of technology.
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