The Max-Amine GT-741C corrosion inhibitor was developed specifically for use in amine systems that remove carbon dioxide and hydrogen sulfide in gas processing applications. The inhibitor can reduce the corrosion of carbon and stainless steel alloys by carbon dioxide, organic acids, and amine degradation products. Unlike other products that perform best only when hydrogen sulfide is present to form iron sulfide scales, the inhibitor provides protection even in hot, lean solvent areas where the hydrogen sulfide concentration is low and corrosion is most severe. It is non-foaming and effective at low concentrations, and provides a cost-effective alternative to upgrading process equipment to more expensive corrosion-resistant materials.
BetzDearborn, Hydrocarbon Process Group, 9669 Grogans Mill Road, P.O. Box 4300, The Woodlands, TX 77387-4300, Contact: Rich Ledden, 281-367-2442; Fax: 281-363-7796.