Gpc Clear Solutions are Coagulation and Flocculation Water Treatment Specialists

Emulsion and powder flocculants

At GPC Clear Solutions Limited, our highly efficient coagulants and flocculants are designed for solid-liquid separation of suspended solids in wastewater.

Chemical coagulation and flocculation is effective in the removal of suspended solids in wastewater. During the solid-liquid separation process, coagulants are added which destabilises the colloidal suspension. Flocculants are then introduced to collect the coagulated solids resulting in larger flocs of suspended solid content in the wastewater. The larger flocs separate resulting in clear water. The majority of these chemicals added to the process do not stay in the aqueous phase. They are attached to the solids that are further processed and removed from the treatment area.

Our high standard chemicals come in various grades and forms which are available for use depending on application.

  • Anionic emulsion grade polymers
    A range of high molecular weight anionic water in oil emulsions. These products are suitable for inline dilution before being added to an application. These are available in 25KG kegs or 1050KG IBC containers.
  • Cationic emulsion grade polymers
    A range of linear and structured cationic water in oil emulsions. These products are also suitable for inline dilution before being added to an application. These are available in 25KG kegs or 1050KG IBC containers.
  • Anionic powder grade polymers
    Anionic powder grade polymers are available in low, medium and high molecular weights. These are available in 25KG or 750KG bags.
  • Cationic powder grade polymers
    Cationic powder grade polymers are available in a range of molecular weights and structures. These are also available in 25KG or 750KG bags
Removal of Suspended Solids and COD
You coagulate and flocculate effluent to remove the suspended solids from wastewater at the end of a manufacturing process. The coagulant changes the electrical charge of the suspended solids so they start to attract each other to form small particles. Flocculation brings these small particles together to form flocs, using mechanical processes (eg DAF) these flocs can be made to either rise or fall to allow them to be removed from the wastewater. Once these suspended solids and the COD values associated with them are removed, the clean effluent can then be let to sewer, potentially saving your company thousands of pounds annually in trade effluent charges.

 

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