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inboard engines, most boaters find a way to plumb fresh water lines and valves
into the system (retrofit), then use Salt-Away’s Mixing Unit to introduce Salt-Away
into the engine.
with your mechanic for this type of modification.
can also be used with salt water to flush the system. Salt-Away’s corrosion inhibitors
and highly concentrated formula allows this procedure to work. See directions
- Tip: The first
time this is tried, using a watch with a second hand, it is good to measure the
time it takes Salt-Away to get to the exhaust by asking a friend to tell you when
the foaming action is visible at the stern. After then, time the engine flush
by using your watch.
the Salt-Away is flushed through, then followed by sea water, the procedure will
- Remove the cap from the sea strainer, pour about 4 fl oz (118 ml) of Salt-Away into the sea strainer, and replace the cap.
- Start the engine, and shut it down immediately upon seeing the foaming action exiting into the water.
- Salt-Away must remain in the raw water system.
SALT REMOVING AGENT
salt removing agent is a new, highly technical product which is much more successful
than any other similar additive on the market.
has a very high, dense foaming property which allows the salt removal to be unquestionable.
foaming property is not to be mistaken for a hazardous or toxic material. The
foaming soon dissipates.
- For a copy
of the Salt-Away Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS), please see our SDS page, or contact
boaters who have inboard engines with fresh water closed cooling systems, do not
realize that the raw water side of the engine, where salt water passes through
the heat exchanger and out the exhaust manifold, can have major salt corrosion
problems and expenses.
boaters ignore this situation until the engine over-heats and by then, the labor
for repairs, let alone the parts, is very costly.
SALT WATER ENGINE FLUSH