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  • COLOUR REMOVAL  

    Conventional treatment programmes for reduction of COD and suspended solids in Effluent treatment was by addition of LIME, Ferric chloride or ferrous Sulphate and settling by an anionic Polymer. Undoubtedly such a treatment was good in reduction of colour and to a certain extent COD, but being purely inorganic in nature the entire quantity would become a sludge posing disposal problems. In addition Lime contributes to increase in Calcium in water as well as Iron due to Ferric or Ferrous.

    This is a direct loading on the R.O.system. Our treatment envisages synthetic & organic polymers which does not contribute to enhancement of sludge while reducing Colour value as well as no contribution to Ca or Fe loading.

    • 1) GISCAP - A Coagulant
    • 2) CRC - Colour Removal Chemical
    • 3) ANIONIC POLY - Anionic Poly for Bridging

    GISCAP

    A blended product known as GISCAP polymerized to provide a stable solution and added initially to the Raw effluent. Every effluent has a low or high ZETA POTENTIAL which means Electrokinetic potential in a colloidal system. The higher the potential ( closer to -30 mev ) the colloide stability is high, lower potential (closer to -14 mev) they tend to get neutralized and coagulate by addition of a coagulant.

    The first step destabilizes the particle’s charge. As generally suspended particles are negatively charged, a charge opposite namely Cationic positive charge, is used to form microflocs and stick the suspended particles together. The water next to these flocs have to be clear if not additional coagulants need to be added to ensure full neutralization of charge. A high energy rapid mixing is to be ensured to achieve good coagulation. Proper contact time is imperative to ensure this. By the addition of Giscap the potential is nullified allowing good coagulation and the particles are now visible to naked eye. Micro flocs are seen which keep floating around and as they bang into each other they tend to get even bigger.

    COLOUR REMOVAL CHEMICAL ( CRC )

    The reactive dyes are easily removed and the VAT dyes with a little more difficulty, can be cut precipitated and finally removed using CRC which breaks the bond in the dye and ensuring the dyes as precipitates, ready to be flocculated. No change in pH or TDS. Only suspended solids are coagulated along with the dye precipitates. The MSDS clearly indicates a high Cationic charge with low molecular weight polymer.

    ANIONIC POLYMER FOR FLOCCULATION.

    After coagulation and colour reduction a process known as Flocculation is carried out. Flocculation, a gentle mixing stage, increases the particle size from submicroscopic microfloc to visible suspended particles. Collision of micro particles cause them to bond to produce visible flocs known as pinflocs. As the floc size continues to build up due to collision & interaction macroflocs are formed. High molecular weight polymers are added at this stage to help bridge, bind, strengthen the floc, add weight and increase settling rate. The more the time given for settling without stirring or mixing, ensure very clear supernatant liquid at the top while solids are settled at the bottom.

    The organic polymer based on acrylamide polymer High molecular weight is used as a flocculant ( Bridging agent ). The anionic charge is fixed on the chargeless floating micro flocs and attracted to the various sites of the polymer. This agglomerated particles grow in size ( known as flocculation ) and being heavier In density than water, settle down at the bottom as sludge.

    The water is now ready for sending to the next stage of operation.

  • ETP CLARIFICATION –   
    • TEXTILES–   

    • LEATHER
    • DAIRY
    • COFFEE
    • CHLOR ALKALI

    • PETRO CHEMICALS
  • RAW WATER CLARIFICATION
  • Sample 1
  • PROCESS CLARIFICATION
  • Sample 2
  • BRINE CLARIFICATION
  • Sample 3
  • CLARIFICATION IN SAND BENEFICATION
  • Sample 4
  • CLARIFICATION IN COAL
  • Sample 5
  • CLARIFICATION IN GARNET SEPERATION
  • Sample 6
  • CLARIFICATION IN ILUMENITE SEPERATION

  • CLARIFICATION IN RUTILE SEPERATION
  • Sample 8
  • CLARIFICATION IN ORE SEPERATION
  • Sample 9
  • SLUDGE DE-WATERING IN ETP
  • Sample 10
  • SLUDGE DE-WATERING IN STP
  • Sample 11
  • URANIUM LEACHING
  • Sample 12

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