Domestic and Industrial


Treatment considerations for various forms of Iron

  • Sequestering: Adding chemical agents to water to keep metals like iron in solution to prevent characteristic red stains.
  • Chlorination: Chemical oxidizer used to convert soluble iron to an insoluble, filterable form.
  • Aeration: Introducing oxygen to the water source( by Sprinkler or Air blower) to convert soluble iron to its insoluble form.
  • Filtration: Media used to entrap and screen out oxidized particles of iron. Usually requires backwashing to remove accumulated iron.
  • Manganese Greensand (MnO2): An ion exchange sand material which is capable of removing iron. Adsorbs dissolved iron and requires chemical regeneration.
  • Catalytic Filtration "BIRM": A granular filter medium that enhances the reaction between oxygen and iron and then filters the insoluble iron.
  • Ozonation: A specialized form of aeration using ozone to convert soluble iron.

Application : To Filter Iron, turbidity, total suspended Solids, dirt, etc.
Operating Velocity : 10m/hr
Flow Range : 1m3ph to 500m3ph