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Adaptability of Polymer-Containing Sewage Corrosion Inhibitor

DOI: 10.4236/msce.2018.67008, PP. 70-80

Keywords: Polymer-Containing Sewage, Suspended Solids, Imidazoline Corrosion Inhibitor, Non-Ionic Corrosion Inhibitor, Strata Deficiency

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The polymer content in the produced water from Tuoliu Station is about 20 mg/L. Cationic imidazoline-type corrosion inhibitor is used to corrosion control of sewage. The corrosion inhibitor can react with the negatively charged materials such as anionic polymer and suspended substance by adsorption and merging to form complex aggregates, so that the suspended solids content increases, resulting in suspended solids content of exported sewage has been high. So a new type of non-ionic corrosion inhibitor has been developed and field trials have been performed. The results show that non-ionic corrosion inhibitor can effectively reduce the suspended solids content of wastewater while ensuring the corrosion rate of wastewater.

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