|Appearance:||Green To Brown||Fe+2, %:||7.5-8.5|
|Chlorides, %:||0.42-2.5||Density G/cm3 20 ℃:||1.2±0.1|
municipal sludge treatment inorganic coagulant,
bluwat inorganic coagulant
Bluwat F7 Nano Iron Coagulant Same to Nanofloc A644
|Appearance||Green to brown|
|Density g/cm3 20 ℃||1.2±0.1|
1. Have the water samples from equalization tank, 2 beakers.
2. Compare to traditional coagulant (Alum, PAC, Ferric sulphate), use 1/5 - 1/4 dosage, for example, the existing coagulant is PAC, dosage is 1000ppm, so dose F7 200-250ppm in one beaker water sample.
3. Stir 20-30 seconds, stay to check the sludge settling, record the settling time
4. In the same time, test another beaker water sample, by existing coagulant (Alum, PAC or Ferric sulphate).
5. Compare the 2 beakers sludge settling time, and measure the density
6. Take the water after treated, measure the COD, BOD, TSS, TN, TP and pH value
7. Adjust dosage, and do more test based on above steps.
Contact Person: Mr. Eric Min