Post-Treatment Chemicals and Potable Water Corrosion Inhibitors

RO permeate tends to be corrosive to metals.  In potable water distribution systems, this can cause compliance issues with the EPA’s lead and copper rule, and consumer complaints about red water and rust staining.  In industrial systems, corrosion can damage expensive equipment and reduce efficiency. AWC has created a line of water-based corrosion inhibitors designed specifically for use with aggressive RO treated water. We manufacture corrosion inhibitors for potable water distribution as well as chillers and hot water systems. AWC provides the membrane community with chemical solutions and answers to questions related to water corrosion inhibitors and water treatment. Be sure to contact us today at (813) 291-0720 to learn more.
  • AWC® A-710
    Low zinc formula minimizes load on wastewater treatment plants without sacrificing the invaluable benefits of cathodic protection.
  • AWC® A-731
    Zinc-orthophosphate based corrosion inhibitor provides powerful cathodic protection in addition to forming a protective anodic film on steel, copper and brass metal surfaces. Eliminates red water, protects against release of cement from water mains, and prevents leaching of lead into the potable water supply.
  • AVALYA A-751
    Stabilized zinc phosphate corrosion inhibitor designed for Reverse Osmosis permeate with low to moderate alkalinity. Protects steel, copper, brass & lead.
  • AWC® A-731D
    Zinc-orthophosphate based corrosion inhibitor for use with potable water distribution systems.
  • AWC® A-720
    Silicate-based potable and hot water system corrosion inhibitor for use with low to moderate hardness water.
  • AWC® A-700
    Polyphosphate-based corrosion inhibitor and antiscalant for potable water distribution piping.
  • AWC® A-782
    Polyphosphate/orthophosphate corrosion inhibitor for the treatment of potable water systems. Highly effective at inhibiting lead and copper corrosion.
  • AWC® A-755
    Polyphosphate/orthophosphate blend for corrosion inhibition in potable water distribution systems.