Water treatment for...

 

...drinking water


Flocculants

During the flocculation process, colloidally dissolved substances and also some of the actually dissolved substances are removed. Primary flocculants form voluminous flakes in the water, covering impurities in the water, whose pores are mostly too small for filtering. Their surfaces will be enlarged, thus making them suitable for filtering or sedimentation.

 

Ceafloc

Ceafloc is a highly active aluminum-iron-chlorine-sulfate-solution for water treatment, based on aluminum and iron, odorless, and usable in a wide pH-range (5-10). Corresponds to the drinking water treatment ordinance and to DIN 19643, and is storable.


Alifat-liquid

Alifat-liquid is a highly active flocculent and precipitate based on aluminum, odorless, usable in a wide pH-range (5-10), corresponding to the drinking water ordinance and to DIN 19643, and is storable.