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Coagulation / Flocculation

Chemical treatment systems can remove suspended solids, emulsified oils and heavy metals
Coagulation/flocculation water treatment technology is typically applied to remove suspended particles and/or emulsified oils from water.

Coagulation
The purpose of coagulation is to neutralize the repelling charges and to allow the matter to gather (agglomerate). For most wash water and industrial wastewater applications, coagulation can be accomplished by mixing a chemical coagulant (a cationic positive charged chemical) into the water, or by applying Electro-coagulation (an electrolytic process using an electrolytic sacrificial cell and DC current) to the water.

Flocculation
The purpose of flocculation is to create additional adhesion between the agglomerated mater by mixing a flocculent chemical into the water. The process creates larger agglomerations and adds molecular weight to the matter, which enhances the separation and removal process of the contaminants from the water.

CoAg2-20A
A proprietary (patent pending) water treatment system that incorporates chemical coagulation and chemical flocculation technology. This system features industrial grade components and is simple to use and maintain, but is highly effective for treating a broad range of waste streams including suspended solids and emulsified oils. This system will automatically process water and move it downstream so that no standing water is retained within the system after processing is complete. Water is processed on a batch-feed, continual basis.

EC2-20A
A proprietary (patent pending) water treatment system that incorporates a new generation of Electro-coagulation and chemical flocculation technology. This system features robust industrial grade components and is simple to use and maintain, but is highly effective for treating a broad range of waste streams including suspended solids, emulsified oils, and heavy metals. This system will automatically process water and move it downstream so that no standing water is retained within the system after processing is complete. Water is processed on a batch-feed, continual basis.

Compact CoAg
The Compact CoAg unit is typically combined with a separator/final blending tank that has unique internal piping, along with an auto-purge system that results in very little standing water within the system at the end of the day. When combined with the Water Maze IPF2-20 Indexing Polishing Filter, the agglomerated solids and oils are removed from a clarified stream that can be recycled or discharged (as allowed by local regulations).

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