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The British Museum

The British Museum, located in London, is one of the famous museums in the world. The museum stores more than eight million art objects and displays around 150,000 objects at a time. The building has a history of more than 260 years, but its central heating pipework system had a sludge problem and was urgently in need to prevent water leaks damaging the art objects.

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The British Museum installed NMR Pipetector PT-250DS on March 30, 2016, as the total method that does not disrupt ongoing water supply and prolongs the lifespan of pipes as long as the building’s.

Iron content in the water was 20.0 mg/L before the installation of NMR Pipetector. Only after a week, the level decreased to 12.2 mg/L, and then to 0.2 mg/L after five weeks.
It means NMR Pipetector terminated the new forming of corrosion inside the pipework and reduced the existing corrosion to magnetite, which does not dissolve in water. The pipework will now be protected from any internal corrosion with the firm coating of magnetite for a period of over forty years.

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Pipetector installation place
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Installed NMR Pipetector PT-250DS


NameThe British Museum
LocationGreat Russell Street, London, UK
ProfileBuilt in 1753
Installation dateMarch 30, 2016
Installation pipesMain central heating supply pipe
PT-250DS × 1

Change in iron content in water

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After 1 week
Apr. 7, 2016
After 2 weeks
Apr. 13, 2016
After 3 weeks
Apr. 20, 2016
After 4 weeks
Apr. 27, 2016
After 5 weeks
May 5, 2016

Certificate of water quality testing

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Before Installation
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5 Weeks After Installation

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