Brine streams are often contaminated with metals. Some are common, such as calcium, magnesium, and iron, while others are less common, such as aluminum and vanadium. Our specialty chelating resins efficiently remove hardness from your brine stream without being exhausted by sodium, and we can adjust the treatment options depending on your removal needs. SAMCO understands that the removal of these metals is often complex, and the vast selection of treatments we offer reflects this. Contact us today to see if we can help you determine the best solution for your brine stream softening.
If you’re like many of the customers we’ve had in the past who seek brine and lithium softening solutions, you may be asking the following:
- The brine we feed to our chlor-alkali plant is contaminated with metals such as iron, vanadium, and manganese. How can we stop them from fouling our cells?
- What is the best way to remove calcium from our brine to prevent scaling?
- How do we remove vanadium from our brine?
- There is aluminum in our brine stream to our plant. How do we remove it?
Still have questions? We’re ready to help. Contact us to set up an immediate call with one of our engineers.