Accepta 8308 is a high performance; aluminium hydroxide chloride based general-purpose coagulant scientifically formulated for use in industrial and municipal effluent treatment applications including wastewaters from food and dairy processing, oil, textiles and chemical industries.
Accepta 8308 works by neutralising the negative charge on suspended and colloidal matter to produce compact flocs suitable for easy removal by either settlement or flotation processes and promotes more efficient sludge digestion and dewatering.
The active component in Accepta 8308 is a highly cationic aluminium polymer present in low concentration, which is represented as:
Accepta 8308 contains approximately 24% by weight aluminium hydroxide chloride with LOW cationic charge density.
- Low cationic charge
- Low sludge volume
- Low temperature performance
- Low temperature storage stability
Fields of Application
The most important fields of application for Accepta 8308 are:
- Industrial and municipal effluent treatment including wastewaters from food, dairy, oil, textiles and chemical industries
- Treatment of process water
- Treatment of sewage effluent
- Paper processing (sizing agent)
- Emulsion cracking
- Organic load reduction
- Turbidity/suspended solids reduction
- Treatment of oil contaminated water
- Phosphate reduction
- Effective COD/BOD reduction
- Good organics/colour removal
- Paper sizing agent
- Low sludge volume
- Reduce your chemical dose and treatment cost
|Form:||Low odour, yellowish solution|
|pH at 20°C:||< 1|
|Density at 20°C:||1.20 – 1.30 g/cm³|
*Full details of the product properties are available in the Safety Data Sheet. See below.
Application & Dosage Information
Accepta 8308 should be dosed directly via suitable acid-resistant dosing pump into raw, waste water or stock flow.
Dilution prior to dosing is not recommended.
Dosing installation should be installed in such way that uniform mixing is achieved.
Optimum dosage should be determined in each application using standard jar test procedure.
It is always advisable to carry out a ‘Control Of Substances Hazardous to Health’ (COSHH) assessment before use.
For further application advice please contact us.