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topic 799

Electrochemical production of ferric flocculant


(1998)

Q. Anyone have info or comment on the electrochemical generation of ferric ions in cooling water as an alternative for ferric chloride dosing to effect flocculation?

Ferdus le Roux
(1998)

Q. What is used to remove suspended solids and COD in waste water?

I want to know for inorganic and aqueous polymer flocculant which treating in drinking water.

Please, thank you.

Huk-Hee Lee
(1998)

Can you describe specifically what you are trying to remove from the drinking water? We might be able to suggest a solution if we had more info.

A water analysis would help greatly.

Alec Purcell
- ECI


July 2013

Hi Ferdus. You might try the search term "electrocoagulation" for more info. Good luck.

Regards,

Ted Mooney, finishing.com
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Ted Mooney, P.E. RET
finishing.com
Pine Beach, New Jersey



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