microsand

microsand

An aggregate, essentially free of clay and shale, that is sufficiently fine to pass through a No. 100 (150 µm) sieve.
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Arsenic removal from water using various adsorbents: magnetic ion exchange resins, hydrous ion oxide particles, granular ferric hydroxide, activated alumina, sulfur modified iron, and iron oxide-coated microsand, Environmental Engineering Research 16(3): 165-173.
A zippered leg gusset lets women instantly flex between the two styles and the microsand finish is soft and comfortable.
Headquartered in Coventry, Rhode Island, Neptune designs and makes environmentally-friendly filtration, including regenerative media filtration, UV disinfection systems, microsand filtration, recirculation components, and filter accessories to the commercial aquatics, industrial, and municipal industries.
Actiflo is a high rate clarification process in which coagulated water is flocculated together with microsand and polyelectrolyte.
Several tagging methods have been tested in Australostichopus mollis, such as the use of freeze branding, microsand blasting, pit-tagging, T bars.
Ballasted by the relatively high-density microsand, the floc settles more rapidly, allowing for the removal of solids at a very high surface overflow rate.
Sludge removed from HRC clarification will be sent to the main wastewater treatment plant in West Bremerton through the city's existing interceptors, while microsand (the ballast), will be returned to the injection tank to be used in future treatment cycles.