flocculating clarifiers Equipment

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Clariflocculation

by Ecomacchine S.p.A.     based in Grugliasco, ITALY

In the Sedimentation with flocculation the particles do not keep their individuality, but tend to agglomerate helped by some coagulants. The sludge floc size increases and, as a consequence, the sedimentation speed increases too.

WesTech - Model RapiSand™ - Ballasted Flocculation

by WesTech Engineering, Inc.     based in Salt Lake City, UTAH (USA)

The WesTech RapiSand™ Ballasted Flocculation System is a high rate clarification process using rapid mixing and multi-stage flocculation, followed by sedimentation. RapiSand sedimentation is extremely fast and can be applied in a wide variety of suspended solids removal applications. RapiSand's typical uses include expanding plant capacity, ...

FilteRx6100 - Liquid Coagulant Blend Of Ferric Sulfate and Organic Polymer

by H2O Innovation     based in Québec (Québec), QUEBEC (CANADA)

FilteRx  6100 was developed to improve the efficiency of direct filtration processes to increase the removal colloidal solids and to remove dissolved organics. Direct filtration processes include clarifiers, multi-media filter systems and micro-filters.

Superpulsator - Clarifier

by Degremont Technologies     based in Duebendorf, SWITZERLAND

The Superpulsator® Clarifier is a solids contact, sludge blanket clarifier capable of removing color, turbidity, and organic material. It precisely integrates the functions of chemical addition, coagulation, flocculation, and solids separation that are required for reliable, consistent clarification. A homogeneous sludge blanket creates ...

Clean Water Treatment Clarifiers

by Monroe Environmental Corporation     based in Monroe, MICHIGAN (USA)

Monroe Environmental manufactures several types of water purification clarifiers, primarily intended for municipal use in the process of making ground water or surface water safe for drinking. These include Flocculating Clarifiers and Solids Contact Clarifiers.

Primary Wastewater Treatment Clarifiers

by Monroe Environmental Corporation     based in Monroe, MICHIGAN (USA)

Monroe Environmental's primary circular clarifiers are designed to receive raw wastewater after it has been pre-screened to remove large objects and grit. This primary sedimentation tank will produce a homogeneous liquid capable of being treated biologically and a sludge that can be separately treated or processed. Monroe Environmental ...

Secondary Wastewater Treatment Clarifiers

by Monroe Environmental Corporation     based in Monroe, MICHIGAN (USA)

Monroe Environmental's secondary circular clarifiers for wastewater are designed to provide a high quality effluent suitable for discharge to the environment or further treatment. The Monroe Environmental secondary clarifier effectively separates the biological floc and colloidal solids to produce wastewater with very low levels of organic ...

IPC Clarifiers

by Leaucon, Inc.     based in Malvern, ARKANSAS (USA)

The Leaucon, Inc. IPC clarifier is designed to remove and thicken suspended and flocculated solids from industrial waters and wastewaters in one step. The basic system consists of a plate separator with a sludge collection cone underneath.  A flash mix/flocculation tank usually precedes the unit. The primary use of the IPC is to

Coagulation-Flocculation

by Hrushikesh Water Sciences Pvt. Ltd.     based in Pune, INDIA

We classify water impurities in three categories: suspended solids, colloidal particles (less than 1 micron) and dissolved substances (less than several nanometers). The coagulation-flocculation processes facilitate the removal of suspended solids (SS) and colloidal particles. Coagulation is the destabilization of colloidal and other suspended ...

Clarifier Technology

by DAFCO Inc.     based in Lenoir, NORTH CAROLINA (USA)

Clarifiers are a highly efficient in removing heavy metals, ink and other heavy contaminants from wastewater. Flocculation refers to the process by which fine particulates are caused to clump together into floc. The floc may then float to the top of the liquid, settle to the bottom of the liquid, or can be readily filtered from the liquid. ...

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