I ran a fair amount of seawater on a TCEA. Once I found the sweet spot for injection depth and speed, it worked pretty well. The major issue for me was keeping the needle and syringe clean.



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No problems with seawater or brine up to a few 100 ppt.



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Has anyone tried running saline waters via TCEA? Any issues to report?