For more than 75 years, RYDLYME biodegradable industrial chemical descaler has been used to safely and efficiently dissolve tough mineral deposits such as water scale, lime scale, calcium and rust. This revolutionary descaler is fortified with a complex formula of wetting and penetrating agents that dissolve into solution for quick and easy disposal.
Recommended by the U.S. Navy and countless OEMs, RYDLYME descaling chemical is NSF-registered for use in various industries and applications including beverage, pharmaceutical, bottling and food processing plants, as well as NSF/ANSI standard 60-certified as a cleaner for potable water systems and manufactured in an ISO 9001 Certified Facility.
Safety, speed and convenience in one product
RYDLYME biodegradable descaler is as much as 12x faster than other chemical descalers, with most cleaning applications completed within a few hours. Unlike mechanical cleaning methods (e.g. brushing, rodding, hydoblasting), RYDLYME descaler can be circulated through equipment or system without arduous and costly dismantling. For many plants and facilities, a shutdown can cost thousands, even millions of dollars. In most cases, an online or direct injection cleaning with RYDLYME descaler can be setup for circulation or single-pass to avoid a shutdown!
A truly safe & biodegradable descaler
RYDLYME descaler is the ONLY product of its kind that is truly non-toxic and non-hazardous! Unlike other chemical descalers and traditional harsh acids, RYDLYME descaler can be safely handled by personnel (you can even hold it in your hand without injury!) and there are NO transportation or handling restrictions! It can be safely disposed in normal plant sewers, even in the case of an accidental spill at full concentration!
RYDLYME descaler is certified by an EPA-approved testing laboratory as a fully biodegradable and environmentally non-hazardous chemical, even at 100% concentration WITHOUT neutralization! While other chemical descalers claim to be biodegradable, it does not equate to overall safety. In fact, some of them are classified as hazardous chemicals and have special handling requirements.