Ferric Sulphate – Inorganic Primary Coagulant for Wastewater Treatment – 1450

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Available in 1550kg returnable IBCs

Description

Accepta 1450 is a high performance inorganic primary coagulant based on trivalent iron (Fe 3+).

Accepta 1450 is scientifically formulated for use in drinking water applications, wastewater treatment and effluent treatment.

Approved by the Drinking Water Inspectorate for the treatment of water for drinking, washing cooking or food production purposes upto a maximum dose of 200 mg/l as product.

Accepta 1450 is effective over a wide pH range.

Accepta 1450 can be used as an effective odour control agent and will aid phosphorus removal. It can also be used as a sludge conditioning agent and will inhibit corrosion by controlling the formation of hydrogen sulphide.

Product Benefits

  • High performance primary coagulant
  • Forms strong compact flocs
  • Effective COD & Colour removal
  • Excellent for drinking water, wastewater treatment and effluent treatment applications
  • Effective over a wider pH range
  • Available in a convenient liquid
  • Chloride free
  • Cost effective coagulant
  • Excellent for the treatment of wastewater where low pH is required – removal of fats, oil and grease, high colour

Product Properties

Appearance: Aqueous solution
Physical state: Liquid
Form: Slightly viscous
Fe3+ 11.36% w/w
Fe2+ 0.16% w/w
Free Acid (as H2SO4) (as H2SO4)
Colour: Brownish / red
Odour: Odourless
pH: <1
Melting point/range: -25 – -15 °C
Boiling point/boiling range: 103 – 108 °C
Density:  1.57 – 1.63 g/cm3 (15 °C)
Solubility (water): Soluble
Suspended solids (ppm): <340

*Full details of the product properties are available in the Safety Data Sheet. See below.

Application & Dosage Information

The product should be dosed directly via suitable diaphragm dosing pump into raw or waste water.

Optimum dosage can be determined by jar tests.

Coagulation pH will depend on the application but is usually in the range 4.5-7.5 and preferably 5.0-6.0.

It is always advisable to carry out a ‘Control Of Substances Hazardous to Health’ (COSHH) assessment before use.

Safety, Storage & Handling

For full details concerning safety precautions, storage and handling procedures for this product please refer to the latest Safety Data Sheet.

To request the latest MSDS for this product please fill out the form below.

Description

Accepta 1450 is a high performance inorganic primary coagulant based on trivalent iron (Fe 3+).

Accepta 1450 is scientifically formulated for use in drinking water applications, wastewater treatment and effluent treatment.

Approved by the Drinking Water Inspectorate for the treatment of water for drinking, washing cooking or food production purposes upto a maximum dose of 200 mg/l as product.

Accepta 1450 is effective over a wide pH range.

Accepta 1450 can be used as an effective odour control agent and will aid phosphorus removal. It can also be used as a sludge conditioning agent and will inhibit corrosion by controlling the formation of hydrogen sulphide.

Product Benefits

  • High performance primary coagulant
  • Forms strong compact flocs
  • Effective COD & Colour removal
  • Excellent for drinking water, wastewater treatment and effluent treatment applications
  • Effective over a wider pH range
  • Available in a convenient liquid
  • Chloride free
  • Cost effective coagulant
  • Excellent for the treatment of wastewater where low pH is required – removal of fats, oil and grease, high colour

Product Properties

Appearance: Aqueous solution
Physical state: Liquid
Form: Slightly viscous
Fe3+ 11.36% w/w
Fe2+ 0.16% w/w
Free Acid (as H2SO4) (as H2SO4)
Colour: Brownish / red
Odour: Odourless
pH: <1
Melting point/range: -25 – -15 °C
Boiling point/boiling range: 103 – 108 °C
Density:  1.57 – 1.63 g/cm3 (15 °C)
Solubility (water): Soluble
Suspended solids (ppm): <340

*Full details of the product properties are available in the Safety Data Sheet. See below.

Application & Dosage Information

The product should be dosed directly via suitable diaphragm dosing pump into raw or waste water.

Optimum dosage can be determined by jar tests.

Coagulation pH will depend on the application but is usually in the range 4.5-7.5 and preferably 5.0-6.0.

It is always advisable to carry out a ‘Control Of Substances Hazardous to Health’ (COSHH) assessment before use.

Safety, Storage & Handling

For full details concerning safety precautions, storage and handling procedures for this product please refer to the latest Safety Data Sheet.

To request the latest MSDS for this product please fill out the form below.

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