波克城市|棋牌游戏

                    
                    

                            Iron and Metals Removal with Hydrogen Peroxide

                            Ferrous iron (Fe+2), often occurs naturally in groundwater sources, and can also be found in industrial process and wastewaters, e.g. steel mills & coal mines (acid mine drainage).

                            Hydrogen peroxide can be used to quickly oxidize soluble ferrous iron to ferric (Fe+3), forming a rapidly settling ferric hydroxide floc. The resulting floc can be removed with filtering or a clarifier. This reaction is shown below:

                            2 Fe+2 + H2O2 + 4 OH- 2 Fe (OH)3 (precip.)

                            Near neutral to alkaline pH conditions are required for high levels of iron removal.

                             

                            Acid Mine Drainage

                            Back to top


                            Get More Information

                            Contact USP Technologies for more information on our products and services:

                            Have a question or would like more information?

                            Contact Us Today

                            Read about our solutions that may also benefit you:

                            Our Technical Papers Join Our Mailing List

                                              
                                              

                                                      Application Essentials

                                                      Go abroad

                                                      Blog

                                                      culture

                                                      explore

                                                      image

                                                      Super League

                                                      Real estate

                                                      society