Can I use Calcium Chloride W/BOOST* Mixed With Salt Brine ?

This was a question asked of one of our staff. The answer is “ABSOLUTLEY” and with great success. We have a number of customers in Michigan using the BOOST / Brine blend and seeing remarkable results.

> Residual effect from Organic in the BOOST.

> Lower freeze point and effective range

> No dilution of the primary ingredient (salt) as with other Organic products.

> No need for a 50/50 blend as recommended by competitors to achieve better performance. Saves Money!

” Salt Brine Mixed with BOOST @ 20%. “

Salt brine specific gravity at 23.3% 59°F 1.179

Salt brine specific gravity at 23% – Mixed w/20% BOOST 1.279

Pounds of salt per gallon of brine 2.28 lbs @ 23.3%

Salt weight per cubic foot ASTM spec D 632 approx. 80 lbs

Salt weight per Cubic Yard ASTM spec D 632 approx 2160 lbs

When mixing brine with BOOST*, check specific gravity, if higher then 1.279, recirculate through brine maker until 1.279 specific gravity is achieved.

Easy to calculate @ 2 gallons of BOOST in every ten gallons of Brine.

Contact Great Lakes Chloride, Inc. 269-664-6904, if you have any questions.

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About Dave Budd

Vice President of Product Development and Marketing, Great Lakes Chloride, Inc. Serving Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Ohio and Kentucky. Retired Michigan DOT, October 2010 after 32 years experience in Maintenance/Operations. Specializing in winter operations and liquid de-icers and anti-icers.
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