ADBROM 40 is an easy-to-use solution of sodium bromide. When activated by a chlorine source (such as gaseous chlorine or sodium hypochlorite), ADBROM 40 provides a cost effective way to treat industrial cooling waters using bromine chemistry.
In practice, a wide range of factors can affect the treatment, including condition of the make-up water, system halogen demand, treatment objectives, sensitive equipment locations, and sample point locations. A wide range of sodium bromide-oxidant mole ratios am indicated on the label use directions. This range allows users to design treatment programs to fit specific applications.
The halogen residual (measured as mg/L Cl2) maintained in a treated system depends on the treatment objectives and the site NPDES permit requirements. Successful recirculating and once-through cooling water treatment programs have maintained a 0.4 – 1.3 halogen residual (measured as mg/L Cl2) for at least 4 hours in the treated water.
|Inert Ingredients, %||60|
|Total Bromide Ion||310,000 ppm|
|Total Hardness (Calcium, Magnesium)||<30 ppm|
|SFreeze Point (First Crystal Formed)||-25 degrees F|
A Material Safety Data Sheet containing detailed information about this product is available upon request.
ADBROM 40 is not flammable. However, in fires fueled by other materials, hydrogen bromide or bromine may be released. In case of fire, wear self-contained breathing apparatus.