The SeaQuest Solution
Since SeaQuest is stable in liquid form at very high pHs, it can be added directly to bleach tanks to prevent bleach line clogging. Typically 1 gallon of SeaQuest is needed for every 1,000 gallons of bleach.
Additionally, SeaQuest is non hazardous, and does not have viscosity, temperature or stability concerns. As a result SeaQuest can be easily and reliably fed into water treatment systems without the need for continuous maintenance.
What leads to Hard to Feed Chemicals ?
Many commonly used water treatment chemicals possess properties which make them difficult to feed. Items like bleach, caustic and lime are produced at a very high pH, and subject to rapid degradation. As a result feed lines can become plugged with scale, creating the need for continuous maintenance and dosing inconsistency.
Other items such as potassium permanganate stain easily, causing a poor visual appearance. Items such as sulfuric acid, phosphoric acid and other hazardous chemicals require complex feed systems to ensure operators are protected at all times.