The aim of chemical treatment is to change the physical state of dissolved or suspended substances in water and cause them to collapse. In chemical treatment process, chemical substances (coagulant, polyelectrolyte etc.) into waste water at suitable pH value.) by adding, it is sedimented and separated from the water in the form of mud.
Industrial waste water, waste water pollution load and properties according to the jar tests determined by adding chemical substances are provided to create various reactions. In this way, it is aimed to remove inorganic pollutants from the water by precipitation.
The design of chemical waste water treatment depends on the character of the waste water and the flow rate of the waste water resulting from the production.
The process of construction and commissioning of chemical treatment plants starts with the project in the light of the data and findings that emerged as a result of the determination of needs and laboratory level tests. Project details are determined according to optimum efficiency and minimum cost index.
During the commissioning phase of the chemical treatment plant, all tests are performed, commissioned and made available. Consultancy, operation services, technical support and equipment supply services are provided in the process after the plant’s delivery.
What Is Jar Testing?
An experimental procedure to determine the most appropriate dose of coagulation and the most appropriate pH value of water to treat any water, jars test.
The aim of the experiment is to determine the most appropriate amounts of aluminum sulfate(alum) and Iron(III) sulfate, which are copperent materials used for the elimination of the decorative matter or color in natural surface waters , with the most suitable pH, the most suitable mixing time and intensity of the jar experiment (jar test).
The process of dissolving pollutants in water containing high pollution, which cannot be removed by other methods, by dissolving them by forming weak compounds or colloidal and suspended substances by dissolving them with chemical reactions.
As the wastewater character varies depending on the type of industry, research should be done on the basis of sector, wastewater analysis and jar test trials should be performed if any.
After the pre-study, process selection is made taking into consideration energy consumption, chemical consumption and easy operation conditions of the plant.
Chemical treatment units are planned to design easy operation and automatic control (optional remote control) facilities more efficiently without the need for staffing.
Product definition and type of work
Wastewater from the system: it is purified by using processes such as phosphorus removal, filtration, activated carbon, disinfection, nitrogen removal and oil removal. Plant installation is carried out using process equipment such as mixing, flocculation, precipitation, ph adjustment, filtration, carbon adsorption, coagulation and coagulants.