Re: Diesel Engines with direct raw water cooling
Originally Posted by CarinaPDX
Speaking of acid, a post mentioned muriatic acid. Muriatic acid is just another name for hydrochloric acid. But there are big differences in strengths; in Europe
it is highly diluted, but in the US it is generally stronger. I used the European version to keep the head plumbing
clear of scale, but the US version needs to be diluted for that application. I'm sorry I don't remember the actual strengths but I do remember that they are quite different.
Interesting - FWIW, all the hydrochloric (muriatic) acid I have seen sold
is 33%. Other concentrations may be available but I haven't looked for such.
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