heavy metals Equipment in Australia

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Purolite - Model A170/4675 - For Sorption of Anionic Heavy Metals

by Purolite Corporation     based in Bala Cynwyd, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

Purolite A170/4675 is a macroporous weakly basic anion resin crosslinked with divinylbenzene that is tailored for sorption of anionic forms of heavy metals from acidic processing solutions. It shows excellent mechanical strength and a resistance to osmotic and thermal shock. The macroporous matrix and ion exchange group functionality imparts an ...

Heavy Metal Removal Selective Removal IX Resin

by Lenntech Water Treatment     based in Delft, NETHERLANDS

Lewatit TP 207 The selective ion exchanger made from natural material.

Heavy Metal Scraps

by Superb Quality Recycling Company     based in Guangdong, CHINA

Supported by advanced recycling facilities and machineries, strong expertise and a team of experienced and dedicated professionals, Superb Quality Recycling Company supplies a wide range of recyclable materials to worldwide markets including:1) Ferrous Metal Scraps - Steel, stainless steel, iron.2) Nonferrous Metal Scraps - Aluminium, brass, ...

Enerpat - Model HDS-1500 - Hydraulic Drived Shredder

by Enerpat Group UK Ltd     based in Brentwood, UNITED KINGDOM

The hydraulic drived shredder prefect for shredding big size and hard waste like scrap metal,aluminum window,steel drums,pressed aluminum bales,steel bales,also the car section,the hydraulic system will protect the shredder when its overload,the release valve will work to release the pressre from the shredding chamber. also the system pressure can ...

LIGNOR - Model ARD - Treatment for Heavy Metals

by NORAM Engineering and Constructors Ltd.     based in Vancouver, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA)

The LIGNOR-ARD process is an economically and environmentally sustainable solution for the treatment of Acid Rock Drainage (ARD). LIGNOR-ARD treats ARD to levels within the British Columbia Aquatic Life Standards and generates a biologically stable sludge, which strongly bonds the metals, preventing further leaching into the receiving environment. ...

GEA - Heavy Metal Separation

by GEA Bischoff GmbH     based in Essen, GERMANY

The off-gas of metallurgical processes such as copper smelters or zinc roasters are containing a high load of heavy metals, for instance lead (Pb), copper (Cu), chrome (Cr), nickel (Ni), cadmium (Cd), mercury (Hg). Most of these heavy metals are particulates, which are precipitated in the gas cleaning plant, mainly consisting of dry precipitator, ...

JFE - Model A-200 Series - Heavy Metal Stabilizer

by JFE Engineering America Inc.     based in Long Beach, CALIFORNIA (USA)

The Heavy Metal Stabilizer A-200 Series is a high-performance chemical agent intended to trap and prevent lead and other heavy metals contained in fly ash from being eluted at the final disposal site. The A-200 Series, which is of pure polymer composition produces satisfactory effects with a small dosage reducing maintenance cost significantly and ...

Heavy Metals Removal

by Lhoist UK Limited Hindlow     based in Buxton, UNITED KINGDOM

In using Neutralac SLS45, the incoming effluent pH is rapidly elevated to the optimum range for precipitating metals as hydroxides.

Heavy Metal Sensors

by ANDalyze     based in Champaign, ILLINOIS (USA)

Each disposable color-coded sensor is designed for a specific heavy metal test target. Kits provide sampling tubes, syringes and cuvettes. Sensors, supplies and fluorimeter are also sold separately. ANDalyze’s proprietary Catalytic DNA sensors use a DNAzyme reaction mechanism that fluoresces in the presence of a target contaminant substance ...

Model METL-X - Heavy Metal Removal System

by CleanEarth Corporation     based in Gallatin, TENNESSEE (USA)

Most metal finishing operations still use some form of metal hydroxide precipitation with one or more polymers, coagulants, etc. to remove metal ions to acceptable levels.  The primary problem with this method is that ions of different metals precipitate at different pH levels.  So, if you have more than one regulated metal you have to ...

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