TRAC–Barnacle Buster™ Gallon, Ready to Use
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Barnacle Buster™ Gallon, Ready to Use
Marine Growth Removal
|Compatibility||Seawater Cooled Engines|
|Type||Marine Growth Removers|
Keep marine equipment free of marine growth with Barnacle Buster®.
Barnacle Buster is a safe, non-toxic, biodegradable marine growth remover that provides a fast, cost-effective alternative to mechanical cleaning of seawater cooled equipment. With minimal dismantling required, Barnacle Buster™ can be safely re-circulated through seawater cooling systems, dissolving barnacles, zebra mussels, calcium, rust, lime and all other mineral deposits. Most applications can be completed within four hours.
Why Barnacle Buster?
Buildup of marine growth is the number one reason why water cooled marine machinery malfunctions. These deposits reduce equipment efficiency and frequently lead to costly equipment downtime. A thin layer of growth (1/64") can result in a 15% decrease in efficiency. While conventional methods of cleaning (mechanical brushing or acids) do have some success, they are harmful to both the user and the environment, and can easily damage the equipment or vessel.
Barnacle Buster is biodegradable and safe for marine machinery.
Barnacle Buster can be safely used on all types of seawater cooled systems commonly found on boats today. Most important, Barnacle Buster can be safely disposed of down the drain.
- Safe for machinery
- Removes marine growth
- Can be safely re-circulated through seawater cooling systems
- Treatment in just four hours
- Use full strength
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