water treatment chemical Equipment in Trinidad & Tobago

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CARUS - Model 8100 - Water Treatment Chemical

by Carus Corporation     based in Peru, ILLINOIS (USA)

CARUS 8100 water treatment chemical is an effective corrosion inhibitor and calcium, iron, and manganese sequesterant for water systems. The product is a liquid concentrate of exceptional purity, clarity, and stability utilizing sequestering and corrosion control agents.

CARUSQUEST - Model 101 - Water Treatment Chemical

by Carus Corporation     based in Peru, ILLINOIS (USA)

CARUSQUEST 101 water treatment chemical is an effective sequesterant for water systems. The product is a liquid concentrate of exceptional purity, clarity, and stability utilizing sequestering agents.

CARUS - Model 1100 - Water Treatment Chemical

by Carus Corporation     based in Peru, ILLINOIS (USA)

CARUS MOO water treatment chemical is effective for total hardness control and as an iron sequesterant for water systems. The product is a liquid concentrate of exceptional purity, clarity, and stability.

Oxidants for Water Treatment Chemicals

by Lenntech Water Treatment     based in Delft, NETHERLANDS

Chemical oxidation processes use (chemical) oxidants to reduce COD/BOD levels, and to remove both organic and oxidisable inorganic components. The processes can completely oxidise organic materials to carbon dioxide and water, although it is often not necessary to operate the processes to this level of treatment.

Coagulants for Water Treatment Chemicals

by Lenntech Water Treatment     based in Delft, NETHERLANDS

When referring to coagulants, positive ions with high valence are preferred. Generally aluminium and iron are applied, aluminium as Al2(SO4)3- (aluin) and iron as either FeCl3 or Fe2(SO4)3-. One can also apply the relatively cheap form FeSO4, on condition that it will be oxidised to Fe3+ during aeration. Coagulation is very dependent on the doses ...

Antifoams for Water Treatment Chemicals

by Lenntech Water Treatment     based in Delft, NETHERLANDS

Foam is a mass of bubbles created when certain types of gas are dispersed into a liquid. Strong films of liquid than surround the bubbles, forming large volumes of non-productive foam. The cause of foam is a complicated study in physical chemistry, but we already know that its existence presents serious problems in both the operation of industrial ...

Algaecides for Water Treatment Chemicals

by Lenntech Water Treatment     based in Delft, NETHERLANDS

Algaecides are chemicals that kill algae and blue or green algae, when they are added to water. Examples are copper sulphate, iron salts, rosin amine salts and benzalkonium chloride. Algaecides are effective against algae, but are not very usable for algal blooms for environmental reasons. The problem with most algaecides is that they kill all ...

Oxygen Scavengers for Water Treatment Chemicals

by Lenntech Water Treatment     based in Delft, NETHERLANDS

Oxygen scavenging means preventing oxygen from introducing oxidation reactions. Most of the naturally occurring organics have a slightly negative charge. Due to that they can absorb oxygen molecules, because these carry a slightly positive charge, to prevent oxidation reactions from taking place in water and other liquids. Oxygen scavengers ...

Scale Inhibitors for Water Treatment Chemicals

by Lenntech Water Treatment     based in Delft, NETHERLANDS

Scale is the precipitate that forms on surfaces in contact with water as a result of the precipitation of normally soluble solids that become insoluble as temperature increases. Some examples of scale are calcium carbonate, calcium sulphate, and calcium silicate. Scale inhibitors are surface-active negatively charged polymers. As minerals exceed ...

Resin Cleaners for Water Treatment Chemicals

by Lenntech Water Treatment     based in Delft, NETHERLANDS

Ion exchange resins need to be regenerated after application, after that, they can be reused. But every time the ion exchangers are used serious fouling takes place. The contaminants that enter the resins will not be removed through regeneration; therefore resins need cleaning with certain chemicals. Chemicals that are used are for instance sodium ...

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