Do You Need to Remove Copper From Your Wastewater?
Copper can show up in waste streams generated by nearly any industry, including the mining and metals, electronics, power, construction, and pulp and paper industries, among others. While copper is fairly innocuous at very low levels, high quantities such as that found in some industrial wastewater streams can pose a hazard to human health and … » Read More
What’s the Best Way to Remove Copper from Industrial Wastewater?
Copper (Cu) is a heavy metal that is mined for and used in a variety of industrial processes, including metals plating and printing as well as the manufacturing of electronic components, circuit boards, paints, pigments, paper, pulp, and fertilizer. Like other heavy metals, copper is a valuable yet potentially hazardous material that when present in … » Read More
Best Industrial Water Treatment System Companies for Removing Silica
It’s important to know which industrial water treatment companies are ideal for removing silica since silica removal can be a challenge for a number of reasons—ranging from common applications, such as preventing scale in boilers, cooling towers, or other equipment, to more specialized applications, such as treating water for painting, coating, and car wash applications … » Read More
Common Problems Removing Silica from Industrial Water and How to Avoid Them
Silica removal and reduction technologies are an important component of many raw water treatment and process water treatment trains. No matter what technology is used, it can pay to look out for some common problems removing silica from industrial water and how to avoid them. In this article, we’ll look at how issues such as silica fouling, … » Read More
Do Industrial Facilities Need to Remove Silica from Feed Water and Effluent?
Among all the contaminants that can pose operational challenges to your industrial facility, silica, in its many forms, can be one of the most difficult to remove, especially if that silica is colloidal (meaning the silica particles are so small that they can be widely dispersed). Since silica is commonly found in industrial source water, … » Read More
How Do You Remove Silica from Industrial Water and Wastewater?
Silica is among the most common substances encountered on Earth, so it is no surprise that it is almost always present in source water, process water, and wastewater streams. For industrial facilities, proper management of silica levels is important to ensuring optimal function and performance life for equipment. But how do you remove silica from … » Read More