Coagulation and Flocculation – Process Fundamentals

Suspended matter in raw water supplies is removed by various methods to provide water suitable for domestic purposes and most industrial uses. The suspended matter can consist of large solids which settle by gravity alone without any external aids and ‘non-settleable’ material often colloidal in nature. Removal is generally by coagulation, flocculation and sedimentation. The…

Reducing Carryover Risk

If you are experiencing carryover issues also known as ‘Priming’ then we would advise you to speak to us for a free onsite consultation, our experts can perform a full water analysis report of your boiler, hotwell and make up water and discuss with you the best way to achieve efficient boiler water treatment and care, however in the mean time we can provide a chemical stopgap for reducing the risk of carryover.

Legionella Control

It is important for industrial sites which use a lot of water to consider a comprehensive Legionella control regime by seeking a Legionella control company with training services, to allow competent onsite risk assessments and procedures to be put in place to control the growth of Legionella in water systems. Of course taking the matter…

Introduction to Cooling Water

Almost all industrial operations use water in some phase of the manufacturing process. The most common process water applications are for heating and cooling operations. In fact, about 70% of all fresh water used by industry today is for non-contact cooling purposes. Chemical plants, petroleum refineries, metal producing plants, textile mills, paper mills, food, rubber, and practically all…