WaterSOLV™  Water Solutions

WaterSOLV™ is an auxiliary soil and plant substance with a nutrient Grade of 0-0-0. It is a liquid water treatment and soil curation solution that remediates minerals, salt and chloride in water and soil.  

At HCT we are excited to see where the future takes this game-changing chemistry and are, for now, focusing our efforts on revolutionizing the agriculture, water well car wash and turf industries. To learn more about our chemistry and how it can help your business we would like to hear from you.  Learn more and see WaterSOLV™ in action. Check out some of our educational videos below or follow us on the HCT YouTube channel.   

Scale Removal Rate – Acid Catalyst, Corrosion Inhibitor

Chlorine causes problems. HCT’s WaterSOLV BC is highly effective remediating matter while suppressing corrosion.

Scale Removal Rate – Part two – acidized and rinse mild steel coupons

Part two – acidized and rinse mild steel coupons, one passivated, three not passivated. Unpassivated steel rusts readily generating avilable food source for iron bacteria. Downhole passivation after effective acidization is essential.

Why you should remediate slime before descaling

Why you should remediate slime before descaling. You’d never known the polysaccharide film was there as the shell is had as a rock and not plyable whatsoever yet it has a bio-layer that shields its dissolution in acid.

“It’s like nothing I have ever seen in 30 years of well rehab business” - Jon, CA

Scale dissolving rate; theirs versus ours.

Part 1 of 3 – Dissolve scale and rust – no slime.

Part 2 of 3 – Rust removed, still dissolving even more scale that was added.

Part 3 of 3 – Cleaned pipe exposed to the atmosphere. No rusting because it has a non-molecular film of corrosion inhibitors. After rinsing with water, 5 weeks later.

Supersaturated water, loaded with dissolved solids from HCT’s Well-klean Pre-blend descaling. Neutralized with Sodium Bicarbonate and water. No mineral precipitation after rinsed (flushed).

From left to right – 6 beaker tests – each with one mild steel coupon except for the 4th beaker where 2 additional coupons were added. Testing different levels of inhibitor in 100,000 ppm peroxide (10% vol, 34% active, in distilled water). Two weeks exposure, rinsed with tap water, exposed to atmosphere. 10 to 13% vol. inhibitor proved extremely durable.

Mild steel coupons in 34% active peroxide, 10 and 20% inhibitor. Both coupons exposed to 60 deg. F temperature, then flushed with water and exposed to atmosphere. Excellent passivation, pickling layer formed. 

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