Limescale in water pipe

Limescale in water pipe

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Caption: Water pipe. Limescale (white) deposited on the inside of a cast-iron drinking water pipe. Limescale is a deposit of calcium carbonate (CaCO3) which has precipitated out of the water. Cast-iron is an alloy of iron, carbon and silicon.

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Keywords: calcium carbonate, cast iron pipe, domestic items, drinking water pipe, household goods, iron, limescale, limescale deposit, pipe, water pipe

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