Neutrasafe Corporation is focused on providing high quality condensate neutralizers for the HVAC industry. We pride ourselves on using all American made product materials.
The new patent pending tube-type neutralizers feature integral unions with O-ring seals that greatly simplify removal for service and recharging. Unthreading a lock ring on either end of the unit allows the main body to be removed without disturbing the drain line. Replacement O-rings are included with tube model recharge kits and all tube model neutralizers are available with a snap-in mounting clamp option.
WHY IS OUR CONDENSATE NEUTRALIZER BETTER?
WHAT IS CONDENSATE?
Condensate is produced after the transition of a gas into a liquid due to a drop in temperature or pressure. In the case of burning natural gas in a high efficiency boiler, furnace or water heater, this condition occurs when the temperature of the flue gases starts to drop below 130°F. This condensate is made up of several ingredients and will generally have a pH of between 2.9 and 4. As such it is considered to be acidic and can cause serious damage to piping systems, sewerage systems, treatment facilities, septic systems and other items it may come in contact with. Many communities now insist that this condensate be rendered benign before it enters the common drainage system. The easiest way to accomplish this is with the addition of a condensate neutralizer.
HOW DOES A CONDENSATE NEUTRALIZER WORK?
The acid neutralization takes place when the acidic solution comes in contact with the media. The calcium carbonate in the media changes the solution into water, CO2 and various salts which tend to collect in the bottom of the tank or tube. All lime and limestone (marble) contains different percentages of calcium carbonate so making totally accurate capacity statements is not realistic. The pelletized lime is more consistent but turns to mud and eventually solidifies.
OUR PRODUCT SOLUTION
The Neutra-Safe condensate neutralizer comes in six sizes to fit all types of applications.
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