Boiler water treatment

Post in 'The Boiler Room - Wood Boilers and Furnaces' started by normandp, Feb 4, 2008.

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  1. normandp

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    I am searching for a water treatment and I came across this product:
    Wood Boiler Solutions LLC "Treatment Solution 101™"
    has anybody used it? any comments?

    1 quart @ 24.95 required per 200 gallons of filled water.

    I want to treat 2,000 gallons, so that is $ 250 to start with and I dunno how long
    it lasts...in an open system.

    http://www.woodboilersolutions.com/solutions_treatment.cfm#628
     

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    I've purchased from them and was pleased with the product and the shipping. I used it in a Central Boiler and the lines look clean when I replaced a cir pump.
     
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    Cozyheat also carries it, check with them as they might be able to get it in larger quanities.
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    What is the chemical makeup of the treatment solution? I know the CB stuff is composed of potassium hydroxide and sodium nitrite.
     
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