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Corrosion inhibitor

Corrosion inhibitor

Corrosion inhibitor

I'm an environmental engineer.I work for a chemical cleanings' company in Italy. Because of that Rodine 213 is no longer produced here, does someone know an alternative corrosion inhibitor for inorganic acids, to be used in chemical cleanin operations, still produced in Italy or in an european country? Is Rodine 213, still produced in other european countries?
Thanks in advance.

RE: Corrosion inhibitor

We bought Rodine from Henkel in Italy. They told us that it would no longer produced here. If they have a second choice maybe they would have told us.AnywayI will ask for an alternative to them.

RE: Corrosion inhibitor

Maybe contact the steel company mentioned in the Henkel article to see what they are using for substitute:
ILVA S.P.A. (owned by the Riva Group).

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