Steam Boilers, Condensate

With our rapidly increasing demands for energy, steam grows in importance as a primary energy-transfer medium for power generation, industrial processing and space heating.

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Cooling Towers and Chillers

Many problems are caused by impurities in industrial cooling water due to lack of treatment, governmental regulation of wastewater discharge and escalating emphasis on conservation of both water and energy.

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Water Treatment

Paras Hydrochem performs boiler water side service, cleaning and de-scaling by chemical circulation, to help increase efficiency and extend boiler life, reducing your operating costs and saving your equipment.

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Neutralizing Amine Condensate Corrosion Inhibitor for High Pressure Boiler (pH Correction)


PARAS HYDROCHEM – 101 is a blend of volatile product for steam condensate treatment that provide the direct neutralization of carbon dioxide which ensure positive corrosion protection.

PARAS HYDROCHEM – 101 is formulated to provide an ideal vapor-liquid distribution ratio, to protect all parts of the steam/condensate system with the minimal product loss.

Appearance Colourless to Pale liquid
pH 11 – 12.5
Miscibility Readily miscible with water
Specific gravity 0.95 – 1.0

Broad-spectrum vapor liquid distribution
Prevents Corrosion
System losses minimized
Reduces iron and copper pick-up
Ready- to – use –liquid
Easy to feed


5 – 10 ppm depending on water supply, amount of condensate return, and type of pre-treatment plant in use, the dosage of PARAS HYDROCHEM – 101 will vary from system to system. Your Water Treatment Consultant will recommend the proper dosage for specific recommendation.

Use optimum PARAS HYDROCHEM – 101 to maintain a condensate pH in the range of 8-8.3 for Industrial systems.

Continuous feeding of PARAS HYDROCHEM 101 with a metering pump is recommended, but slug feeding is acceptable. May be mixed and fed with most other conventional water treatment chemicals, PARAS HYDROCHEM – 101 may be fed to the feed line, boiler, or steam line, preferably the first two.