Wastewater & Effluent Treatment

Accepta’s extensive range of high performance aluminium based coagulants have been specially formulated for use in a wide range of demanding commercial, industrial and municipal applications involving the treatment of potable water, process waters, wastewater and effluent treatment.

Waste Water & Effluent Treatment

Accepta’s coagulants offer superior performance characteristics and are ideal for industrial effluent treatment including wastewaters from food, dairy, oil, textiles/dye process and chemical industries; the treatment of potable and process waters, sewage effluent, paper processing (as a sizing & retention agent), emulsion cracking, water recycling and more
Accepta’s advanced technology aluminium based coagulants include aluminium sulphate in liquid, solid slabs, kibbled and powder forms; ferric aluminium sulphate, aluminium hydroxide chloride and poly aluminium chloride (PAC).

Wastewater & Paper Processing Treatment Products

*Accepta 8304 & 8306 have a higher charge density than conventional 18% & 10% PAC’s.

As a consequence, these blends are much more effective for suspended solids removal and particulate BOD/COD reduction.

The products have a basicity level of 70% as opposed to 35 – 40 % for 18% PAC.

Therefore it will have less pH depression on the treated water and less adjustment will be required downstream (if currently applied).

Code
Application
Description
Form

General Wastewater, Drinking Water & Paper Sizing

Solid Aluminium Sulphate (15 - 17%)

Slab, Kibble or Powder

General Wastewater, Drinking Water & Paper Sizing

Aluminium Sulphate Coagulant (8%)

Liquid

General Wastewater, Paper Sizing - Suited to COD & Phosphate Reduction

Aluminium Hydroxide Chloride (10%) - Highly Cationic with Al Polymer in Low Concentration

Liquid

General Wastewater, Process Water & Paper Sizing - Suited to Turbidity, SS & COD Reduction

Aluminium Hydroxide Chloride (10%) - Highly Cationic with Al Polymer in High Concentration

Liquid

General Wastewater, Colour Removal inc. Ink, Organic Load & Phosphate Reduction

Aluminium Hydroxide Chloride (10%) - Highly Cationic with Al & Organic Polymers in Low Concentration

Liquid

General Wastewater & Paper Processing. Turbidity/SS, Organic Load & Phosphate Reduction

Aluminium Hydroxide Chloride (10%) - Highly Cationic with Al & Organic Polymers in High Concentration

Liquid

Water Recycling, Charge Neutralisation, Fixing Agent, Paper Processing & Turbidity/SS Reduction

Aluminium Hydroxide Chloride (16%) - Highly Cationic with Al Polymer in High Concentration

Liquid

Paper processing, Charge Neutralisation, Fixing Agent & Turbidity/SS Reduction

Aluminium Hydroxide Chloride (23%) - Highly Cationic with Al Polymer in High Concentration

Liquid

Drinking Water, Process Waters, Elimination of Sulphides and Turbidity/SS Reduction

Aluminium Iron Sulphate - Cationic Iron & Aluminium Ions in Acidic Solution

Liquid

General Wastewater, Swimming Pools, Potable water, Pulp & Paper

18% Poly-Aluminium Chloride coagulant (PAC)

Liquid

Wastewater, Drinking Water, Odour Control & Phosphorus & SS Reduction

40% Ferric Sulphate (Iron (III) Sulphate)

Liquid

Heavy Metal Precipitants

Code
Application
Description
Form

Wastewater & Effluent Streams

Sulphur based heavy metal precipitant - High Charge, Low molecular weight

Anionic Liquid

Wastewater & Effluent Streams

Sulphur based heavy metal precipitant - Fairly High Charge, Very High molecular weight

Anionic Liquid

Wastewater & Effluent Streams

Sulphur based heavy metal precipitant - High Charge, Very High molecular weight

Anionic Liquid

Polymer Coagulant Aids

Accepta supply a range of Floc forming Liquid emulsion and powder polymers (PAM) in a range of cationic and anionic charge density with low to high molecular weight. 

The above coagulant products are compatible with most cationic polymers but stability tests should be carried out in individual applications.

Polyelectrolytes (most often referred to as Polymers) are long chain molecules that can produce highly charge ions when dissolved in water. Anionic Polymers produce a negative charge ion where as Cationic Polymers produce a positive charge ions when dissolved in water.

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