water treatment sludge dewatering cationic polymer with 1-5 tons in america

  • us5183576a - cationic polymers for sludge dewatering

    US5183576A - Cationic polymers for sludge dewatering

    A method of dewatering sludge is disclosed. This method comprises adding to the sludge an effective amount for the purpose of a polymer comprising repeat unit moieties of the compound methacryloyloxyethyl trimethyl ammonium chloride, said polymer having an intrinsic viscosity of about 1.0 to about 4.5 dl/g.

  • us4396513a - use of very high charge cationic polymers

    US4396513A - Use of very high charge cationic polymers

    A method of dewatering bio-sludge is disclosed. This method comprises adding to the sludge, an effective amount for the purpose of an acrylamide/dimethylaminoethylmethacrylate methylchloride copolymer having a cationic charge density of 90%.

  • envista™ vis polymer optimization system - veolia water tech

    Envista™ Vis Polymer Optimization System - Veolia Water Tech

    To improve its sludge dewatering, the plant uses a high molecular weight cationic polyacrylamide polymer. Plant No. 2, in Connecticut, consists of primary settlers, trickling filters and activated sludge processes. Its sludge – a mix of 70% primary sludge and 30% WAS – is anaerobically digested and then dewatered by two belt filter presses.

  • cationicpolymer, cationicpolymer suppliers

    cationicpolymer, cationicpolymer Suppliers

    WatertreatmentSludgeDewateringCationicPolymer Henan GO Biotech Co., Ltd. 1 Ton (Min. Order)2 1.5 Toxicity Non-toxic Non-toxic Solid Content ≥95% 95.6% Insoluble Deposit ≤0.2% 0.18% Molecular Weight (Million) 3-22 million Degree of Hydrolysis 30%-40% Residual Monomer ≤0.05% Charge Density High ≤0.04% Approximate bulk

  • stockhausen, a subsidiary of degussa, develops a special

    Stockhausen, a subsidiary of Degussa, develops a special

    De-inking and de-watering of sludges is better performing and less expensive with this high-molecular, low- cationic polymer product from Stockhausen, a subsidiary of Degussa. The primary benefit: The product matches the demands of the sludges in a standard de-inking plant, making it an excellent dewatering agent.

  • coagulants and flocculants for liquid solids separation

    Coagulants and Flocculants for Liquid Solids Separation

    When solids are removed from water, a sludge is produced. This sludge can contain large amounts of water which can affect disposal, reuse, or reclamation. Brennfloc flocculants improve sludge thickening and sludge dewatering.

  • impact of upgraded polymer activation on sludge treatment

    Impact of Upgraded Polymer Activation on Sludge Treatment

    Impact of Upgraded Polymer Activation on Sludge Treatment at Water Treatment Plant.20% less polymer with warm water, 40% more polymer with 140F sludge, Residuals and Biosolids (2014) Effect of Dilution Water Hardness 0 200 400 600 800Anionic Polymer Cationic Polymer Viscosity of 0.5% Emulsion Polymer Solution, cP

  • polyacrylamide in waste water treatment sludge dewatering

    Polyacrylamide in waste water treatment sludge dewatering

    Polyacrylamide in waste water treatment sludge dewatering processing. Main Production: 1. Oilfield Chemicals, Oilfield chemical is a general germ,The oilfield chemicals we can supply include anionic polyacrylamide used for oil drilling mud additives , drag reduction agent and EOR(enhanced oil recovery)agent . 2. Water Treatment Chemicals,Anionic PAM: It is widely used in waste water treatment

  • snf | water-soluble polymers

    SNF | Water-Soluble Polymers

    SNF is a significant player in the water treatment market and all related applications. Numerous actions carried out over the last several years in the field of Sustainable Development, particularly regarding environmental, social, and economic issues (i.e., energy balance, carbon footprint, sustainable development, social balance) reflect who we are as a company and are evident in our activities.

  • cost estimating manual for water treatment facilities


    Chapter 2 Water Treatment Processes 5 2.1 Basic Plant Design Philosophy 5 2.2 Brief Description of Basic Water Treatment 6 2.3 Basic Conventional Water Treatment Processes 8 2.4 Advanced Water Treatment Processes 12 Chapter 3 Solids Handling and Disposal 17 3.1 Solids Handling 17 3.2 Sludge Thickening 17 3.3 Sludge Dewatering and Drying 18 v

  • chemical conditioning - wastewater sludge - climate policy

    Chemical Conditioning - Wastewater Sludge - Climate Policy

    Water in sludge exists as either free water or bound water. Bound water is water bound to the sludge particles physically or chemically. The more the bound water exists in sludge, the more the energy that must be spent to remove it. Figure 3.5, developed from the study, presents the effect of bound water on thermal drying of sludge.

  • 3 municipal wastewater and sludge treatment

    3 Municipal Wastewater and Sludge Treatment

    Additional treatment may be needed before reuse. Sludge from wastewater treatment processes are treated and then disposed or reused in crop production or other applications. age per capita usage from public water supply systems in the United States was 184 gallons (700 liters) per day (Solley et al., 1993).

  • disposal of wastes from water treatment plants

    Disposal of Wastes from Water Treatment Plants

    Types of Water Treatment Sludge It has been estimated that water treatment plant alum coag- ulant sludge production in the U.S. amounts to over one million tons annually. Since the majority of water plants in the U.S. use alum as the prime coagulant, the disposal of this type of sludge should receive primary consideration.

  • ugsi chemical feed: the leader in polymer activation

    UGSI Chemical Feed: The Leader in Polymer Activation

    The 1.5 million gallons per day (MGD) West Carrollton Wastewater Treatment came on-line in 1989 and today serves 12,000 area residents. The activated sludge facility produces an average of 200 wet tons/month of sludge that, following belt filter press dewatering, is spread on area farmland by a biosolids management company.

  • critical review on dewatering of sewage sludge

    Critical review on dewatering of sewage sludge

    4.1.5. Electrical treatment. The electrical filed combined with mechanical compression is well-suited for enhanced dewatering of sludge to the water content below 50 wt%. The presence of amphoteric functional group (e.g. –COOH and –NH 2) makes the sludge particles negatively charged.

  • request for proposals for hortonville wastewater treatment


    B. Dewatering screw press shall be capable of dewatering 10 Gallons per Minute (GPM) of the specified municipal wastewater sludge to a final solids content of 18% to 20%. The solids capture rate shall be a minimum of 95%. The polymer consumption shall not exceed 40 lbs. of active polymer substance per ton of sludge solids fed. C.

  • waste activated sludge (was) dewatering properties of an

    Waste activated sludge (WAS) dewatering properties of an

    As can be imagined, both the cationic microblock structure and the hydrophobic groups were incorporated into the macromolecular polymer chain, and the stronger charge neutralization, bridging absorption, and hydrophobic association effects could together improve the flocculation performance during sludge dewatering treatment.

  • coagulation/flocculation in dewatering of sludge

    Coagulation/flocculation in dewatering of sludge

    By adding the cationic polymer first, sludge particles are adsorbed, and small but compact primary flocs are formed; then, the nonionic polymer is added to adsorb on the loops and tails of the cationic polymer to form a larger and more compacted flocs (Lee and Liu, 2000). 3.2.3. Natural polymeric flocculants

  • handbook estimating sludge management costs

    Handbook Estimating Sludge Management Costs

    ----- CONTENTS (continued) Section Page 8 Sludge Stabil ization Curves 4.1 Introduction 50 4.2 Anaerobic Digestion 50 4.3 Aerobic Digestion 54 4.4 Lime Stabilization 54 4.5 Thermal Treatment 54 Sludge Dewatering Curves 5.1 Introduction 70 5.2 Dewatered Sludge Cake Generated by Various Dewatering Devices 70 5.3 Chemical Conditioning " 71 5.4

  • water handbook - wastewater treatment

    Water Handbook - Wastewater Treatment

    Further, the wasted sludge is usually more concentrated and requires less treatment for eventual dewatering. Polymers may also be used on a temporary basis to improve the removal of undesirable organisms, such as filamentous bacteria or yeast infestations, that cause sludge bulking or carryover of floating clumps of sludge.

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