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flocculant

[′fläk·yə·lənt]
(chemistry)
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Each bench offers a differing recipe--so we refine the flocculants that go in and we refine the speed of the rake, he said.
It adjusts the dose of the flocculant according to the materials it contains and also adjusts the decantation speed in that specific time of the cycle.
Types (coagulants and flocculants, biocides and disinfectants, pH adjusters and stabilizers, inhibitors, defoaming agents, and others)
Based On product mining chemical market is divided into flotation collector Flocculants Solvent extract ants, frothers, scale inhibitors, Crystal growth Modifiers and De-foamers.
The global as well as regional markets have been segmented by functionality such as grinding aids, flocculants, solvent extractants, and flotation chemicals (frothers and collectors).
The oily wastewater turbidity nearly keeps constant even though the flocculant dosage increased to 1000 mg/L, when above-mentioned three flocculants were used alone.
The water storage pond contained coal and silt as well as thickening chemicals called flocculants.
Our research has focused on using thiourea derivatized polymer flocculants for the removal of inorganic phosphate in water.
Songwon Industrial Co Ltd is a leading producer of Songnox antioxidants, Songnox one pack systems, Songlight hindered amine light stabilisers, Songsorb ultraviolet light absorbers, Songstab acid scavengers, Songstab PVC stabilisers, Songcat tin intermediates, Songbrite optical brighteners and Songcizer plasticisers for the plastics industry as well as lubricants, surface coating agents, polyurethane, alkyl phenols, biphenol, flocculants and other chemicals.
Interactive Consulting also provides technology and development services in applications employing: polymers and surfactants, surface and interfacial chemistry, delivery systems, rheology modifiers, water soluble polymers, poly(ethylene oxide), poly (acrylamide), organosilicones, films, flocculants, coagulants, clays, binders, detergents, lubricants, gels, foams and emulsions.
of Stavanger, Norway) covers the chemical foundations for water and gas control, scale control, asphaltene control, acid stimulation, sand control, corrosion control during production, gas hydrate control, wax control, demulsifiers, foam control, flocculants, biocides, scavengers and drag-reducing agents.
Frequently, the mechanical cleaning effect of the Rosler centrifuges is supported by the addition of special chemical flocculants which allow the removal of very fine particles from the effluent.