Coagulants, commonly used in municipal and industrial water treatment applications, aid in charge neutralization of suspended particles. When water or wastewater has been treated with coagulants, suspended particles are able to bond with one another, and microflocs form. This effectively prepares the water for flocculation/sedimentation.
COREPAC coagulants help you achieve optimal liquid/solid separation in a variety of water and wastewater treatment applications.
Iron salts and alum are widely used inorganic coagulants. Though effective, they do have a few drawbacks.
COREPAC is a polyaluminum chloride (PAC). PAC’s function differently than traditional coagulants and are able to offer a number of benefits as a result:
COREPAC coagulants are useful for a number of applications in industrial and municipal water and/or wastewater treatment processes. The coagulants improve liquid/solid separation, assist with phosphorus/phosphate removal, color removal, and TOC/DBP reduction, and improve results in water clarification and wastewater treatment applications.
At CORECHEM, we believe that ‘Customer First’ means taking your water quality goals seriously. Helping you meet those goals is our primary concern as we work with you to decide which of our COREPAC products is best suited to your needs. For more information about COREPAC, or to discuss your current water treatment needs, reach out to a CORECHEM representative. We look forward to speaking with you!