A catalyst for soot combustion (P165406, P365431)

Inflammable, inexplosive

It is typically used for complete afterburning of soot, organic substances and tar in every location in the boiler (furnace, combustion chamber, partially chimney canals) into a final product of carbon dioxide and water.

Sadpal is a green powder, a mixture of inorganic salts which become decomposed into substances of catalytic properties in temperatures above 600 C.


1. a requirement of mechanical removal of soot and sediments from furnaces and fireplaces;

2. coal consumption;

3. frequency of soot ignition in chimney canals;

4. emission of carbon monoxide into the atmosphere;

5. higher fractions of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH 3,4 benzopiryne type)

6. emission of sulphur dioxide into the atmosphere;

7. Progress of corrosion of steel construction elements of grate furnaces in boilers and installations for a disposal of combustion gases.


1. Warsaw Technical University and Institute of Inorganic Technology -ITN/99/90;

2. Institute of Material Engineering in the School of Mining and Metallurgy in Cracow - evaluation of boiler corrosion;

3. Warsaw Technical University Faculty of Environmental Engineering - an expert opinion regarding the liquidation of higher fractions of aromaticpolycyclic hydrocarbons PAH including 3,4 benzopirane;

4. Warsaw Technical University Faculty of Environmental Engineering - an expert opinion of SADPAL’s impact on the natural environment;

5. Silesia Technical University Faculty of Mining and Metallurgy in Katowice 2004 - an expert opinion of SADPAL’s impact on stainless plate in fireplaces and central heating furnaces;

6. The company operates in BSI Management System Integration, IBS 550/4/2016.

DIRECTIONS: After heating the fireplace, apply a heaped teaspoon of SADPAL directly into the glow (use a plastic spoon to dose the powder). After 30 minutes, if the need occurs, apply another portion following the same instructions.

Regular use allows application of one heaped teaspoon per 3-6 kilos of coal and wood. A burning process varies in every furnace and fireplace, therefore dosing of SADPAL must be adjusted individually. It is generally recommended to apply less SADPAL but more often until you have an optimum portion. Apply smaller amount with dry fuels, coal, wood and sawdust; less caloric damp fuels require bigger portions.

SADPAL is a mixture of inorganic salts which absorb humid air; therefore it must be stored in original packaging in dry and airy places. Keep it away from metal objects since it may cause corrosion. The mineral salts in SADPAL are highly hygroscopic. Humidity of SADPAL is variable and it depends on the humidity of the surrounding. The humid powder does not lose its properties but it becomes clay, which may cause difficulties in application. It will dry if you leave it open in a dry, airy and warm place. Then the package must be closed to prevent it from absorbing humidity. After each application sweep the remains of the powder and throw to the fire.

The Producer recommends SADPAL II in individual sachets to modernized fireplaces and furnaces to provide convenient application and help to keep the powder dry.

CAUTIONS: Sadpal is qualified as harmful and dangerous to the environment.


1. SADPAL is packed in foil sacks of 1kg, 500 grams.

2. SADPAL II is packed in individual sachets of 50 grams, 100 grams and then packed in cartons of 0.5 kg and 1 kg;

3. Store in dry and airy places, keep away from water and humid air;

4. Use covered means of transport and transport in accordance with valid regulations.


SKWAT Ltd., 16-070 Choroszcz, Żółtki Kolonia 22, Poland

skwat@skwat.com.pl, www.skwat.com.pl, www.sadpal.pl.

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