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  • Snowflake - Flocculant Powder

    Snowflake - Flocculant Powder

    SnowFlake anionics are available in a range of charges and molecular weights. SnowFlake R, S, T, U and X are standards in potable water treatment where the low viscosities function well and provide outlet turbidities as low as 0.02 NTU! SnowFlake is, as far as we are aware, the most pure flocculant available. Residual monomer levels are more than one order of magnitude below international norms and can be certified to less than 50 ppm.

  • aquaTech - Potable Water Grade Dispersants

    aquaTech - Potable Water Grade Dispersants

    Dispersants can be applied to a variety of problems including reverse osmosis, cooling towersand boilerwater treatment. They are used, in general, in any system where water circulates such as in inlet water pipes to control bio-fouling, in heat exchangers. In combination with other chemicals, in particular the Amber coagulants, Disperse can be very effective as a corrosion inhibitor.

  • Polymeric and Inorganic Coagulants

    Polymeric and Inorganic Coagulants

    AQUA+TECH’s coagulant line includes aqueous solutions of polyamines and polyDADMACs, inorganics based on aluminum and iron, as well as blends.  All are supplied either in IBCs, drums or flexi-bags, which fill FCLs. Polyamines are available as transparent, amber-colored, liquids at 50% active material. They have a density of 1.14-1.18 kg/L and have a pH of 5-6 when diluted in deionized water. They can be applied as coagulants in filtration...

  • AlpineFloc - Emulsion Technology

    AlpineFloc - Emulsion Technology

    AlpineFlocs are concentrated inverse-emulsions. The polymer solids levels for cationics is increased to 50% via a vacuum distillation of the water. For the anionics (W1) the concentration is 34-38%. Products are easily pumpable as they have a viscosity below 500 mPas. They are food grade and applied in a variety of solid-liquid separations and where water recycling requires optimization. AlpineFloc often outperforms powdered flocculants on certain...