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Coagulation and Flocculation in Water Treatment

Coagulation and Flocculation in Water Treatment

Coagulation and flocculation in water treatment are critical components for the generation of clean water. In fact, any full suite of water treatment operations in all modern companies and municipalities require the facilities of coagulation and flocculation. They’re most commonly used to treat wastewater that contains suspended colloidal particles and metal ions.

The traditional pre-treatment procedure of coagulation and flocculation separates suspended and dissolved chemicals from water. Various charged elements, such as suspended minerals, organics, pathogens, and dissolved species, such as metal ions, phosphates, fluoride, and radioactive elements, can be separated using these techniques. BioChem supplies standardised machinery and systems for coagulation and flocculation in water treatment plants. We have trained professionals who are skilled in the operation of coagulators, flocculators and clarifiers.

Chemical reactants in the coagulation-flocculation concentration must be correctly adjusted to the water’s specific composition for effective separation of particulates from the wastewater. All of this is taken care of by the BioChem team, as well as regular maintenance work to ensure that the treatment machines work efficiently and give their maximum performance.

For suspended particles, organic pollutants, and oil removal, sludge dewatering, lime softening, and other industrial water treatment applications, BioChem offers coagulation and flocculation in water treatment. Our customers may efficiently prepare their feed water for use as process water, meet wastewater discharge rules with confidence, and reuse water at a low cost.

Our expertise gives customers the outcomes and contentment that only comes from dealing with professionals that have years of experience treating various types of influent and wastewater coagulants and flocculants. In order to provide a solution, BioChem conducts a thorough system inspection that includes customer needs and comprehensive cost analysis. The findings are utilised to create a treatment plan that incorporates BioChem’s technological capabilities as well as application and operational advice.