II WATERFIP F 215 is a primary coagulant based on a mixture of cationic polymeric agents and inorganic iron-based salts whose application allows to obtain easily sedimentable large flakes. It is particularly suitable for the destabilization of organo-metal clots such as oily emulsions, dispersions from dyes and / or glazes and waste containing phosphoric residues.
Usage and Applications
WATERFIP F 215 exerts its action through the synergy of its components tending to destabilize the clots of the polluting substances present.
The effect is immediate, although under certain conditions, a longer reaction time may be required. The optimal working pH is between 4: 6.
After the action of the product, it is possible to move on to the neutralization phase and then to the dosage of organic polyelectrolytes to complete the clariflocculation process. The use of WATERFIP F 215, favoring the complete decharacterization of polluting loads, allows to obtain an easily dehydratable sludge.
II WATERFIP F 215 can be fed as it is or pre-mixed in any ratio with water.
The dosage of WATERFIP F 215 depends on numerous factors, such as type / quantity of pollutants present, existing system, etc ... and must be established for each specific application through a study with Jar-Test. However, it is important to carry out this dosage possibly in a point of adequate turbulence.
All materials in contact with the product must be resistant to acids.
The WATERFIP F 215 must be stored in its original packaging in a dry and ventilated place.
The parameters expressed in the standard of use are to be considered of a general nature and not binding for proper management of the treatment. The Technical Service, on a case-by-case basis, will define the optimal management and control parameters when the system is started up, and if qualitative requirements require it, modify these parameters, taking care to update their values.
Paint denaturation in water veil booths
Process water clarification
Removal of dispersed solids by flocculation
Abatement of substances (also dissolved)