Aluminum Sulfate

  • Aluminum sulfate helps remove large amounts of organic compounds found in water and wastewater.

  • Other pathogens, bacteria and viruses, are removed utilizing other chemicals and methods.

  • Aluminum sulfate is used in water purification in preparation for further filtration.

  • Less chlorine is used to disinfect the water.

  • Aluminum sulfate is also important for lake treatment and restoration.

Calcium Chloride

  • Calcium Chloride is used in waste water treatment processes to help purification.

  • Various industrial manufacturers and business in the metal, laundry, petroleum, food processing and textiles use calcium chloride to separate oil and debris from contaminated water which float to the surface and later removed.

  • Calcium Chloride is also used as a deicer. 

Calcium Hypochlorite

  • Calcium hypochlorite is a very effective chemical disinfectants for water, superior to household bleach, eliminating a number of bacteria, fungus, and viruses.

  • Calcium Hypochlorite is used to “shock” swimming pools with chlorine tablets (or white powder) which is more stable than chlorine.

Sodium Hydroxide

  • Known as lye and caustic soda.

  • Sodium Hydroxide is available in pellets, flakes, granules.

  • As a prepared solutions at different concentrations is used as a cleaning agent to dissolve grease, oils, and protein-based deposits, and a drain opener within pipes.

Copper Sulfate

  • Used as a fungicide.

  • Copper sulfate inhibits growth of algae and bacteria such as Escherichia coli.

Diatomaceous Earth

  • Filter Powder naturally occurring,

  • Soft, siliceous sedimentary rock that is easily crumbled into a fine white to off-white powder used as a filtration aid.

  • Mild abrasive in products including metal polishes and toothpaste, mechanical insecticide, absorbent for liquids, matting agent for coatings, reinforcing filler in plastics and rubber, anti-block in plastic films, porous support for chemical catalysts, cat litter, activator in blood clotting studies, a stabilizing component of dynamite, and a thermal insulator.

Hydrochloric Acid

  • Hydrochloric Acid has numerous smaller-scale applications, including household cleaning, production of gelatin and other food additives, descaling, and leather processing.

  • In the food, pharmaceutical, and drinking water industry, high-quality hydrochloric acid is used to control the pH of process water streams.

  • In less-demanding industries, technical quality hydrochloric acid is used for neutralizing waste streams and swimming pool pH control.

Hydrogen Peroxide

  • A colorless liquid more viscous than water used for pulp and paper bleaching, laundry detergents, and waste-water treatment facilities.

  • Known as a safe alternative to chlorine based chemicals.

  • Hydrogen peroxide is used for sterilization and a disinfecting agent.

  • Additionally, hydrogen peroxide works faster than chlorine.

  • Will not leave a chemical residue in the water being treated.

  • Works over a wider pH range.

  • Also eliminates odors, destroys microorganisms, and tannins are oxidized.

Sodium Carbonate

  • Soda ash.

  • Sodium Carbonate is used to raise the pH of water.

  • Lowered by chlorine and other additives containing acids.

  • Glass is manufactured using sodium carbonate.

Sodium Hypochlorite

  • Sodium Hypochlorite is used as a disinfectant in water and wastewater treatment and sanitary equipment.

Various Salts

  • Rock salt used as a deicer.

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