How-to calculate the Acid Dew Point (ADP) of flue gas
When flue gas reaches a temperature below the acid dew point, acidic elements will condense. This could cause heat exchanger corrosion. Knowing the acid dew point of your flue gas enables you to select the appropriate materials for your heat recovery installation.
What is the Acid Dew Point?
Why does Acid Dew Point corrosion occur?
Acid Dew Point calculation formulas
Differences between Acid Dew Point calculation formulas
Which Acid Dew Point formula to choose?
Cooling through the Acid Dew Point without heat exchanger corrosion
The resistance to acidic solutions has been extensively tested. Chemical resistance tests have been conducted with 80% sulphuric acid at 140 ℃ (sulphuric acid dew point conditions). These tests confirmed the suitability of the polymer for the duty in question.
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