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Clarify

(company)
A software vendor, specialising in Customer Relationship Management software. Nortel Networks sold Clarify to Amdocs in 2002.

http://amdocsclarify.com/.
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This infrastructure investment demonstrates our strong and unyielding commitment to our customers and the clarifier industry and our intention to remain a leading global player for the future," said Allen Jacoby, Vice President, Plastics Additives, Milliken & Company.
Also featuring Millad 3988 PP clarifier, ClearTint transparent colorants for PP, ClearShield uv-resistant additive for PET containers, and Hyperform nucleating agents for PP.
After the primary clarifiers, the water flows to secondary clarifiers.
fabricating a pilot clarifier and making adjustments based on the effluent of this system to mimic the actual system.
Instead, these clarifiers, of epoxy-coated mild steel with a 600 cone angle, are prefabricated in flanged sections, for rapid and easy site assembly.
The facility has six primary settling tanks and seven secondary clarifiers as well as four belt filter presses for solids handling.
Demolish old headworks, maintenance shop, primary and secondary clarifiers and old solids handling area.
2]S mortar, as a thin-film coating for concrete or steel and a high-build liner for concrete, providing the versatility needed to protect in severe wastewater environments such as wet wells, sludge holding tanks, digesters, clarifiers and sewage pipelines, according to the company.
The complete system includes a Hydrapulper[R], Hydrapurge[TM] de-trashing system, Liquid Cyclone[TM] cleaners, coarse and fine screening systems, fractionating screens, high-efficiency centrifugal cleaners, refiners and clarifiers.
Moldpro 931 is melt blendable but sells for much less than melt-blendable sorbitol-type (DBS) clarifiers or non-melt-blendable organophosphate salts.
Silica products are used as additives in a variety of products such as paints, toothpaste and plastics, and as clarifiers for beer and edible oils.