TRAC Ecological has appointed Pro-Luks to distribute its environment-friendly products for on board equipment cleaning and maintenance in Turkey. The appointment of a dedicated Turkish agent is indicative of TRAC's increasingly global scope.

Marine growth and scale build-up are causes of water-cooled equipment failure. Traditional methods of cleaning (such as mechanical brushing or harsh acids) can damage equipment and are potentially harmful to the user and the environment.

TRAC Ecological offers alternative biodegradable chemicals that efficiently & economically dissolve scale, barnacles, zebra mussels, calcium, rust, lime and other mineral deposits that can reduce water flow:

Barnacle Buster is a safe, non-toxic and biodegradable marine growth remover specifically formulated for cleaning 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 & all other mineral deposits.

Descaler is a safe, biodegradable scale remover designed to dissolve water scale & deposits from within fresh water systems.

GreenClean Boat Soap is safe, non-toxic, non-corrosive and 100% biodegradable in under 28 days. An efficient, concentrated solution (just one capful per gallon of water) that is  very effective on all surfaces and leaves no residue - without the use of harsh chemicals. It is fragrance-free, non-butyl based and contains no phosphates, dyes or chlorinated ingredients.

Sew Clean is an alternative to conventional methods when it comes to removing uric scale from deep inside black water systems. Formulated specifically to clean sewage systems from toilet to tank, it can dissolve clogs which cause plumbing to overflow and create nasty odours.

PSR rids potable water systems of odours and discolouration by attacking the source. Scale builds on low lying, flat sections of systems, allowing bacteria to form. PSR targets and removes these areas, bringing new life to fresh water systems.


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