During the winter months, belts and other equipment can freeze up, untreated coal can freeze together and can also stick to railcars, and runways can become slippery. And these challenges can lead to one huge undesired outcome— operational shut down. Our Series of freeze control conditioning chemicals, side release agents, belt de-icers and runway de-icers keep your process running, under even the harshest working environments. With a history of innovation and chemical expertise, Zinkan provides the best freeze control solutions available to keep your plant operational all year long.
Zinkan’s freeze control agents utilize our advance chemistry to modify and weaken the crystal structure of ice so that it readily fractures. Specifically formulated to work as both freeze control conditioning agents and dust control agents, these products also hold fugitive dust particles on coal surfaces to reduce dusting when offloading and handling under the harshest operating conditions.
Zinkan’s line of innovative freeze control products provide unparalleled anti-freeze properties for conveyors, railcars, truck beds, bulk materials and other surfaces prone to freezing. Our FCG and FCS Series solutions combine environmentally friendly properties with top-of-the-line performance. Zinkan’s cost-effective side release agents and freeze control products improve material handling efficiently under the most extreme weather conditions.
For years, industrial plants and mining operations have been unable to maintain capacity numbers in harsh temperatures due to frozen machines and belts. But Zinkan’s freeze control solutions and belt de-icers mitigate this risk by reducing the freeze point of belts and equipment, and facilitate the handling of coal in extreme weather conditions. Our belt de-icers efficiently penetrate ice and compacted snow to break the bond to the surface and can save you money when applied before snow and ice conditions occur.
FCG-80 is used on runways, heliports and military/commercial airport facilities. FCG-80 is used in pretreatment prior to icing or used as a de-icer when allowed to penetrate the surface to break the bond of ice and snow.