• Every Drop Counts

    Watch to learn how Anodamine saves water
    and reduces environmental impact.

  • Anodamine Is Not Harmful to the Marine Environment

    Conventional boiler chemicals like oxygen scavengers are highly toxic
    to the aquatic environment and to people as well.

  • Anodamine Reduces Air Emissions

    By reducing fired fuel use, Anodamine reduces emissions
    released into the atmosphere from the boiler flue gas.

Full Replacement Program

Anodamine is an OEM compliant, full replacement chemical program that eliminates the use of conventional chemicals that are flammable, carcinogenic, toxic for humans, and exceptionally toxic to fragile marine ecosystems.


Anodamine reduces blowdown sometimes by over 80%, which significantly reduces makeup water use, fired fuel to heat that water, and associated air emissions.

Furthermore Anodamine improves the heat transfer efficiency of the entire system, further contributing to reductions.

Finally, by eliminating steam and water leaks due to corrosion, Anodamine even further contributes to the reductions of makeup water, fired fuel, and emissions.

It is much easier to use than conventional chemistries and reduces the installations exposure to toxic chemicals, flamable chemicals all while reducing the enviromental impact of the installation.

Commonly Used Conventional Chemicals and their Toxicities

Hydrazine – N2H4

Very Toxic, carcinogenic, toxic to the respiratory system, corrosive, reactive with oxidants, very toxic to the environment and the marine environment. Banned in Europe, responsible for many human deaths. 1/2 teaspoon fatal for human being.



Harmful if inhaled, acute toxicity, very toxic for aquatic organisms with lasting harmful effects. Degrades to N2H4 (Hydrazine) in the steam system.



Very Toxic, carcinogenic, risk of severe ocular lesions, very toxic for aquatic organisms, hemotoxin, responsible for deaths of many marine animals when introduced to the aquatic environment. One teaspoon is fatal for human beings.



Flammable, harmful to humans if inhaled, very harmful if ingested or if remained in contact with the skin, very toxic for aquatic animals, with lasting harmful effects.



Flammable, very toxic for aquatic organisms.