DO YOU USE JAR TESTING FOR YOUR WATER TREATMENT PROCESS?
02 Aug, 2021 | Newsletters
|Control of the flocculation process and adjustment of coagulant dose is often a challenging step in the water treatment process. Chemicals used can be expensive. Add too much and they can alter your water’s pH; add too little and they don’t do the job of coagulating the flocculation.|
This webinar discusses how your plant can use Zeta Potential technology in the lab or as a smart online monitoring tool. See how it can be used to understand the effect of the coagulant dose used in pre-treatment processes to enable a floc to form and allow filtration to work efficiently.
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Zetasizer WT brochure
Download a copy of the brochure here Zeta potential is a simple physical technique based on light scattering used to assesses the net charge of particles and offers a faster more efficient method for optimising coagulant dosage
compared to traditional jar tests.
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Discover how Severn Trent, a leading UK water company, is using the Zetasizer off- and online to reduce operational risk and coagulant costs, and establish a robust platform for automated clarification control.
See how water treatment plants like the USA’s One Aurora Water treatment facility, is using zeta potential as both an off- and on-line tool. We offer a broad range of products and services, focused in the areas of Particle, Material, Biomolecular Sciences and SEM/ Imaging. For a free consultation and quote, please get in touch.
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