Sulphur and Thioether Cleaning Solvent
Technical Data Sheet
Paratene™ D770 is a blend of solvents and surfactants
designed to dissolve and disperse elemental sulphur as well as
thioether deposits formed by the reactions of aldehydes and some
triazine based hydrogen sulfide scavengers and scrubbing solutions with
Features and Advantages
- Simple to apply
Typical Physical Properties
- Appearance Viscous Liquid
- Specific Gravity 1.08
- Flash Point >100°C
- pH 14
- Freeze Point -10°C
- Ionic Character Non-Ionic
Methods of Application
Paratene™ D770 is designed to be used undiluted for the removal of
Sulphur deposits. The system should be filled with D770 and then heated
above 70°C. The solution should then be allowed to soak or
circulated for 4 – 6 hours while maintaining the temperature above
70°C. Additional time may be required depending on the amount of
Paratene™ D770 is used undiluted at temperatures above 70°C for the
removal of thioether deposits from flow lines and process equipment.
The system should be filled and then either circulated or soaked for 3
– 6 hours. The contact time depends on the thickness of the deposit and
the application temperature. The system should then be flushed to flush
out any undissolved deposits. In some case multiple applications may be
required due to flow restrictions.
We recommend adding Paratene™ D731 at concentrations of 1% to 5% with
Paratene™ D770 to dissolve sulphur/thioether deposits containing
organic materials such as paraffins and asphaltenes.
Safety and Handling
Paratene™ D770 contains potassium hydroxide and is very
corrosive to eyes and skin. Proper protective equipment and eye
protection must be worn when handling the product. Refer to the material safety data sheet
for more detailed information.
Woodrising Resources Ltd.
#2 321 37 Ave. N.E.
Calgary AB T2E 6P6
Paratene™ is a wholly owned registered tradename of Woodrising