RRF - Rust Removal Flush (Cooling System Flush)
RRF - Rust Removal Flush (Cooling System Flush)
RRF - Rust Removal Flush (Cooling System Flush)
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RRF - Rust Removal Flush (Cooling System Flush)

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ENHANCED COOLANT ANALYSIS

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Our chemicals have been specifically formulated and developed for industrial engines and cooling systems in oil & gas, pipeline compression, locomotive, power plants, and marine industries.

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RRF - Rust Removal Flush 

  • RRF is designed and formulated to remove rust from your entire cooling system.
  • Dissolves extreme rust buildup/deposits without rodding, high pressure lancing, or soaking in a hot vat offsite.
  • Restores your cooling system back to a normal operating level.
  • Commissioning a new unit initially with RRF, will ensure a rust-free, zero-hour cooling system.
  • Get the most hours out of your systems with less downtime.

 

Why spend Emergency Maintenance money on overtime labor, downtime, cranes, water pumps, burnt exhaust manifolds, heads, after-coolers, and so on?
 
 

 

 

RRF - Rust Removal Flush

 

STEP 1

  1. RRF - Rust Removal  Flush is READY TO USE.
  2. Record water pump pressure and all temps
  3. Drain all old coolant
  4. Shutdown/Remove Surge Tank Cap
  5. Install 1” ball valve on each side of block underneath rail
  6. Fill with RRF - Rust Removal  Flush until overflow from Surge/Day Tank
  7. Start/Run Unit loaded at full speed with flush 2 hours at temp

 

STEP 2

  1. Shutdown/Remove Surge Tank Cap.
  2. Power wash Surge Tank with STH - Surge Tank Hose (while still hot and full). Let particles overflow. (15-20 min)
  3. Drain Flush via ball valve on each side of block underneath rail. (dispose as you would old coolant)
  4. Fill with deionized water until overflow from Surge/Day Tank.
  5. Start/Run Unit loaded at full speed until up to temperature and thermostats open.
  6. Continue to pump in water and overflow until clear at Surge/Day Tank before opening ball valves. (2 x volume) overflow until clean.
  7. Inspect water pump and replace thermostats.
  8. Drain Unit / Fill with New Coolant* 

 

*(Best Practice) Do not leave or run with water only. 

Fill with coolant mix and 3%  CRI – Corrosion Rust Inhibitor

 RRF - Rust Removal Flush - SDS 

 

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