ACUMER 2000

Metatags : acumer 2000, th 2000, antiskalant, antiskalan, dispersant, dispersan, cas no : 9003-04-7, karboksilat, sulfonat, kopolimer

Acumer 2000 is an excellent phosphate and zinc stabilizer and dispersant of inorganic particulates for anti-scale/anti-corrosion cooling water treatment formulations.

Scale Inhibitor and Dispersant
Cas no : 9003 – 04 - 7
Carboxylate/Sulfonate copolymer
Antiskalan ve dispersant / dispersiyon ajanı

ACUMER 2000 copolymer combines two functional groups: strong acid (sulfonate) and weak acid (carboxylate) that provide optimal anti-scale/dispersant efficiency through the different mechanisms
ACUMER 2000 polymer is designed to provide superior stabilization of calcium phosphate. 
It also demonstrates excellent stabilization of zinc and calcium carbonate. In addition ACUMER 2000 is a strong dispersant in keeping the silt and commonly encountered inorganic particules suspended and in preventing their settling out onto heat transfer surfaces.

Phosphates and zinc stabilizer for anti-scale / anti-corrosion water treatment formulations. It enhances corrosion inhibition and acts as an excellent silt dispersant.

Uses: Industrial water treatment

Benefits: Excellent scale inhibition for a variety of applications including cooling circuits, boilers and RO units.

Scale Control / Inhibition: Calcium Carbonate, Calcium Phosphate / Phosphonate

PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES 

Aspect Clear solution
Chemical nature Carboxylate/Sulfonate copolymer
Average molecular weight: 4500 (Mw)
Total solids: (%): 43
pH as is (at 25 °C): 4
Bulk density (at 25 °C): 1.21
Viscosity Brookfield : 400


CHEMISTRY AND MODE OF ACTION
ACUMER 2000 copolymer combines two functional groups: strong acid (sulfonate) and weak acid (carboxylate) that provide optimal anti-scale/dispersant efficiency through the following different mechanisms:
• Solubility enhancement by threshold effect, which reduces precipitation of low solubility inorganic salts.
• Crystal modification, which deforms the growing inorganic salt crystal to give small, irregular, readily fractured crystals that do not adhere well to surfaces and can be easily removed during cleaning operations.
• Dispersing activity, which prevents precipitated crystals or other inorganic particules from agglomerating and depositing on surfaces. 
The sulfonate groups increase the negative charge of the carboxylate groups adsorbed onto particles and, by then, reinforce the repulsion between the particles, preventing them from aggregating into larger particles which can settle and deposit on tube surfaces and low flow areas.

STABILIZATION/DISPERSANCY PERFORMANCE
ACUMER 2000 polymer is designed to provide superior stabilization of calcium phosphate. 
It also demonstrates excellent stabilization of zinc and calcium carbonate. 
In addition ACUMER® 2000 is a strong dispersant in keeping the silt and commonly encountered inorganic particules suspended and in preventing their settling out onto heat transfer surfaces.

APPLICATIONS
• Stabilizer/Anti-scale deposition polymer for cooling water treatment
Taking advantage of all its complementary properties and high performance as a stabilizer, antiscalent and dispersant, ACUMER 2000 is particularly recommended for the majorities of the cooling water treatment programmes :
- Phosphate based programmes.
- Zinc based programmes.
- Advanced all organic programmes in which
ACUMER 2000 helps corrosion inhibitors onto metal surfaces.
ACUMER 2000 has a synergic effect with the other additives in preventing scale as well as corrosion.

BENEFITS OF ACUMER 2000
- Exhibits excellent thermal and chemical stability and can be used and stored over a broad range of temperatures and pH's. 
This stability enables the formulator to manufacture one-package treatments at high pH for maximum shelf life.
- Provides superior iron tolerance when most of the commercially available polymers are desactivated in the presence of soluble iron in the system.
- Keeps surfaces clean for maximum heat transfer and corrosion resistance.


TEST METHOD
ACUMER 2000 may be analyzed at use concentration with the Hach polyacrylate test kit. This kit employs a patented method developed by Rohm and Haas.

SAFE HANDLING INFORMATION
• Caution: - Contact may cause eye irritation and slight skin irritation.
• First aid measures
- Contact with skin: wash skin thoroughly with soap and water. Remove contaminated clothing and launder before rewearing.
- Contact with eyes: flush eyes with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes and then call a physician.
- If swallowed: if victim is conscious, dilute the liquid by giving the victim water to drink and then call a physician. 
If the victim is unconscious, call a physician immediately. Never give an unconscious person anything to drink.
• Toxicity: - Acute oral (LD50) rats: >5g/kg.


ACUMER™ 2000 is an excellent phosphate and zinc stabilizer and dispersant of inorganic particulates for anti-scale/anti-corrosion cooling water treatment formulations.

Used in:

Water treatment
Cooling waters
Reverse osmosis
Industrial and potable
Advantages

Prevent the formation of deposits on heat transfer surfaces
Prevent inorganic and sedimentation fouling
Stabilizes corrosion inhibitors such as zinc, phosphates, and phosphonates
NSF-60 certification for RO potable water
Inhibits precipitation of calcium, magnesium, and iron salts
Typical Properties

These properties are typical but do not constitute specifications.

Chemistry and Mode of Action
ACUMER 2000 copolymer combines two functional groups: strong acid (sulfonate) and weak acid (carboxylate) that provide optimal anti-scale/dispersant efficiency through the following different mechanisms:

Solubility enhancement by threshold effect, which reduces precipitation of low solubility inorganic salts.
Crystal modification, which deforms the growing inorganic salt crystal to give small, irregular, readily fractured crystals that do not adhere well to surfaces and can be easily removed during cleaning operations.
Dispersing activity, which prevents precipitated crystals or other inorganic particules from agglomerating and depositing on surfaces. The sulfonate groups increase the negative charge of the carboxylate groups adsorbed onto particles and, by then, reinforce the repulsion between the particles, preventing them from aggregating into larger particles which can settle and deposit on tube surfaces and low flow areas.
Stabilization/Dispersancy Performance
ACUMER 2000 polymer is designed to provide superior stabilization of calcium phosphate. It also demonstrates excellent stabilization of zinc and calcium carbonate. In addition ACUMER 2000 is a strong dispersant in keeping the silt and commonly encountered inorganic particules suspended and in preventing their settling out onto heat transfer surfaces.

Applications

Stabilizer/Anti-scale deposition polymer for cooling water treatment
Taking advantage of all its complementary properties and high performance as a stabilizer, anti-scalent and dispersant, ACUMER 2000 is particularly recommended for the majorities of the cooling water treatment programs:
-Phosphate based programs
-Zinc based programs
-Advanced All Organic programs in which ACUMER 2000 helps corrosion inhibitors, such as phosphonates, onto metal surfaces.


Benefits of ACUMER 2000

Exhibits excellent thermal and chemical stability and can be used and stored over a broad range of temperatures and pH’s. This stability enables the formulator to manufacture one-package treatments at high pH for maximum shelf life.

Exhibits exceptional stability in the presence of hypochlorite.

Provides superior iron tolerance when most of the commercially available polymers are desactivated in the presence of soluble iron in the system.

Keeps surfaces clean for maximum heat transfer and corrosion resistance.


Acumer 2000 is a copolymer and stabilizer, dispersant, and scale inhibitor for cooling water treatment


ACUMER 2000 Carboxylate-sulfonate Copolymer Dispersant

Properties:
ACUMER 2000 carboxylate-sulfonate copolymer is the copolymer of acrylic-acrylate-sulfosate, it is a good scale inhibitor for calcium phosphate, calcium carbonate, and other inorganic minerals. 
ACUMER 2000 carboxylate-sulfonate copolymer dispersant can effectively stabilize calcium phosphate in the formula containing phosphate. 
It can also stabilize zinc in a formula containing zinc. ACUMER 2000 can disperse inorganic microparticles without pH influence.

ACUMER 2000 carboxylate-sulfonate copolymer is an effective dispersant in all organic water treatment formula, it can be used as a dispersant for minerals, a stabilizer for calcium phosphate.

Usage:
ACUMER 2000 can be used as a scale inhibitor for circulating cool water and boiler water, for phosphate, zinc ion and inorganic minerals in particular. 
When used alone, the dosage of 10-30 mg/L is preferred. When used in other fields, the dosage should be determined by experiment.

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