flocculant


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flocculant

[′fläk·yə·lənt]
(chemistry)
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After our lab tests, we could provide a single-source flocculant that is far more cost-effective in treating at the top of the tank for clear water overflow, while also treating at the bottom to allow the sludge to dewater more quickly," said Lamb.
The flocculant product was separated by alcohol precipitation and dried in a vacuum oven at 50[degrees]C for 4 h.
The automatic powder metering accessory known as Cocly, can adjust the flocculant powder automatically.
Cytec claims to be the largest supplier of specialty reagents and flocculants.
Sprinkle credits both the new flocculant and an extensive training program initiated for plant personnel with these substantial improvements in plant operation:
When running flocculant settling tests there are two factors to look out for; the settling rate and terminal density.
Five-hundred milliliters of wastewater was added to each of the one-liter beakers and was mixed by a six-paddled stirrer at 200 rpm for 60 s after the flocculant addition.
In this case, the products are used basically as additives into the fluid in the hydraulic fracturing process, to prevent corrosion, as scale inhibitor, as biocide, as gelling agent, frictrion reducer or coagulant and/or flocculant, among other functions.
Additive Cost Reduction: A fourdrinier paper machine making offset printing papers with a sheet ash of 15 % was using a single component cationic flocculant for retention.
To be effective, a flocculant must be able to adsorb onto the surfaces upon which it is to act.
Save disposal costs and water trips with SYSTEM FLOC-360[R] polymeric flocculant.