#1 in Distributing Specialty
Chemicals & Equipment

Email Us Today Free shipping on
all chemicals (48 states)

  Home > All in One Boiler Chemicals >

ChemWorld 1287 (No Amine)
All In One Chemical for Boilers
All In One Boiler Chemical 1287 - 5 to 55 Gallons
Alternative Views:

ChemWorld 1287 - 5 to 55 Gallons
Our Price: $499.99
Sale Price: $149.99
You save $350.00!

Quantity in Stock:75

Availability: Usually Ships in 3 to 5 Business Days
Product Code: CW-1287

Container Size*:

Sulfite Option*:

Sulfite Test Kit*:

Hardness Test Kit*:

Conductivity Meter*:

Description Shipping and Transit Information

All In One Boiler Chemicals

What is an "All in One" Steam Boiler Chemical?
An "All in One" boiler treatment chemicals are design and formulated to work in smaller boilers < 200 hp. The advantage of this product is it reduces the number of chemicals on site. This boiler chemical number is ChemWorld 1278. This product is approved for use in food regulated facilities.

Does this product contain a condensate treatment product?
No there are no amines in this product. If you require an All in One Boiler chemical, please refer to that product page.

What testing should be done with this boiler chemical?
Check the boiler water conductivity, sulfite residual, and hardness. Check the softener hardness. If you have a system over 75 hp, purchase and install a boiler conductivity controller.

Where do I feed this chemical?
This chemical should be feed directly to the center of the storage section of the deaerator tank or in near the center of the feed water tank with an injection quill. Use a sulfite test kit to monitor the sulfite residual.

What other chemicals should I feed with this chemical?
If you have a boiler less then 75 hp. Just use this chemical. If your boiler is larger then 75 hp, you may feed a supplemental sulfite chemical in order to minimize the usage rate of this chemical.

Will this product remove existing boiler scale?
No, this product is not designed to remove existing scale. Please refer to our "All in One" Boiler Chemical for gradual removal of existing boiler scale.

Watch a full line of boiler water training videos online. For more information, about each product you can download the MSDS and Product Bulletins of each boiler chemical.

Average Customer Review: Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 5 Write a review.

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
5 of 5 chemicals November 7, 2012
Reviewer: Henry O from Wellington, CO  
Excellent 1 drum boiler chemical. Took three days to get here and arrived as described.

Was this review helpful to you?

  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
5 of 5 Boiler Product September 23, 2012
Reviewer: William from Lawerenceville, IL  
Use product BC1187 with a supplemental sulfite feed.  Works great.

Was this review helpful to you?

  11 of 11 people found the following review helpful:
5 of 5 Product Selection June 11, 2012
Reviewer: Jorge  
I need chemical for a (2)-50 hp boilers (Parker). I use aprox. from 600 gal to a 1000 gal of make up water daily, from 8 to 10 hours of operation.  What you recommend for chemicals? I got too much corrosion on the boiler feed water lines, replacing every 6 month. Because pin holes. What type of chemical injection for the make up water tank?

The solution to this problem is to eliminate the dissolved iron in the feedwater. Dissolved oxygen will exist with the steam, but if you have 50% down time that oxygen will rust your feedwater pipes, tanks, and boiler tubes. You must use a sulfite based product and remove the dissolved oxygen. Maintaining any sulfite residual means you have no dissolved oxygen. Use BC1287 at around 1 to 2 gpw per boiler and your rust problems will go away.

Was this review helpful to you?

  11 of 11 people found the following review helpful:
5 of 5 Directions January 4, 2011
Reviewer: Chemical Directions  
Per our discussion, for the first 30 days start off with an All In One Chemical, Boiler Chemical 1287.

What you need to order is:

1) A conductivity meter (comes with calibration solution): Item HT-3P
2) A Sulfite Test Kit: Item 8447-5B
3) A Hardness Test Kit: Item 8417-1B
4) A 55 gallon drum of Boiler Chemical 1287: Item BC1287-55

Testing requirements:

Softener: Hardness Test

Boiler Water Sulfite Residual Test, Hardness Test, Conductivity

With this program, I do not care about pH.  If you have enough sulfite, the pH will be in balance (around 10). I want to keep this simple.  In the real world if you have above 7 pH, your system is fine. In theory you want it above 10.  I have seen boilers operate for 30 years with a 7 pH on low pressure boilers.

If you maintain your softener, you should have minimal hardness in the boiler, so we do not need to monitor the polymer or phosphate. If you have enough sulfite, you will have plenty of phosphate and polymer.  You only need 8 ppm of phosphate to balance 1 ppm of hardness. So, if you have a good softener and you do hardness checks you will not have a problem. Lets not waste time doing this test.

Now with boiler water testing, your boiler water conductivity must be around 1500 to 2500 umhos in order to evaluate your proper chemical feed set point.  Everything will cycle up with the conductivity.

For example, your city water is around 150 umhos. At 1500 unhos the water has recycled 10 times.  If you boiler water is 300 umhos, it is only recycled 2 times.  So if your boiler water is only 300 umhos, you will be using 10 times more chemical to get the sulfite in range.  Remember with an all in one chemical the solubility of sulfite in the drum is much lower. So there is not a lot of sulfite in the drum.  You are on the fence with a 200 hp boiler.

I would target using 3 gallon per week to start with.  If your boiler is heavily used you may need more.  After 30 to 45 days, lets see where we stand.  If we are not getting enough sulfite, we can add a supplemental sulfite feed chemical that is more concentrated.  Then you will have a two drum program. You will drastically reduce the one drum chemical to 1 gpw and then feed 2 gpw of sulfite.

Was this review helpful to you?

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
5 of 5 Outdoor Steam Boiler October 18, 2010
Reviewer: Robert from United States  
I was looking for a chemical for my residential steam boiler and needed help knowing if this product will work.  I was informed  this product is all I need and I only needed to perform is sulfite residual tests.  

Sulfite removes dissolves oxygen and will prevent corrosion.  As long as it is above 8.7, I would be fine.  This product has alkalinity in it to increase pH.

Makes sense.  Thanks

Was this review helpful to you?

Browse for more products in the same category as this item:

All in One Boiler Chemicals
Oxygen Scavengers
Scale Prevention