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aluminum coagulant services

  • Coagulation/Filtration Services

    Coagulation/filtration is a process that removes contaminants from water by precipitation. Aluminum salts and ferric (iron) salts are the two most commonly used coagulants in the water treatment industry. These salts work by hydrolyzing to form aluminum hydroxide and iron hydroxide particulates, which can then be effectively filtered out of the ...

    By Filtronics, Incorporated based in Anaheim, CALIFORNIA (USA). from Processes Service line

  • Chemical Physical Treatment

    The chemical/physical treatment apply to a wide range of waste water, civil water and industrial water. The objective of the chemical / physical treatment is to remove pollutants in colloidal and suspended form, such as suspended solids, fats and emulsions, metals and inorganic and organic molecules of various kinds. The chemical/physical ...

    By AUSTEP S.p.A. based in Milan, ITALY. from Water And Sludges Service line

  • Alum Stormwater Treatment Services

    In the late 1970s, Dr. Harvey H. Harper, P.E., while a faculty member in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Central Florida, began testing the effectiveness of liquid aluminum sulfate (alum) and other coagulants to remove pollutants, nutrients, heavy metals, and bacteria from stormwater runoff. This testing ...

    By Environmental Research and Design, Inc. (ERD) based in Orlando, FLORIDA (USA).

  • CHEMICAL AND PHYSICAL TREATMENT

    The primary treatments are generally applied to industrial and municipal wastewater to remove pollutants as suspended solids, fats, metals, emulsions and micro-pollutants of different types.

    By Hydroitalia - Colsen Srl based in Medicina, ITALY. from WASTEWATER TREATMENT Service line

  • Wastewater Treatment Services

    Wastewater treatment polymers remove solids from water by means of both coagulation and flocculation. It would be well if we first provided definitions for both coagulation and flocculation. The terms are quite different, however, are often used interchangeably. Here are the layman’s definitions of these two very important terms describing ...

    By Tramfloc, Inc. based in Spring, TEXAS (USA).

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