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Tiaano e-ETP/e-STP Waste Water Treatment Plant

clock May 15, 2020 16:07 by author admin
Engineers derived a statistic analysis using The Electrolytic design for surface response analysis using electrochemical sedimentation. Having considered current density, pH, and electrolysis design, the authors were capable of studying the effects of COD, turbidity, TS removal, and sludge settling with aluminum electrodes, Ferrous Electrodes, Titanium electrodes, etc. [More]


EFFLUENT TREATMENT PLANT & SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT

clock May 11, 2020 18:28 by author admin
In the Electro coagulation-floatation apparatus, particulates would instead float to the top of the tank by means of formed hydrogen bubbles that are created from the anode. The floated particulates can be skimmed from the top of the tank. Waste Water Treatment Electro coagulation & Electro Oxidation design optimized Cl ions, temperature in degrees Celsius, pH, intensity of current, time of electrolysis. From the results, the authors observed that current intensity, COD (chemical oxygen demand), TOC (total organic carbon), and electrochemical oxidation were major parameters [More]


Tiaano ETP/STP Waste Water Treatment Plant

clock May 9, 2020 19:13 by author admin
Electro coagulation-electro floatation (ECF) technology is a treatment process of applying electrical current to treat and flocculate contaminants without having to add coagulations. It occurs with the current being applied, capable of removing small particles since direct current applied, setting them into motion. Also electro coagulation could reduce residue for waste production. [More]


TIAANO's ELECTROLYTIC SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT(e-STP)

clock May 4, 2020 19:59 by author admin
Electrocoagulation-flotation is an alternative method to classic chemical coagulation for many reasons. ECF is capable of reducing the need for chemicals due to the fact that the electrodes provide the coagulant. However, many individuals still use chemical coagulants to attempt to enhance treatment. Traditionally, chemical coagulation involves the use of alum (aluminum sulfate), ferric chloride (FeCl3), or ferrous sulfate (Fe2SO4) which can be very expensive depending on the volume of water treated. When applying the coagulant, the coagulant performs a similar function as the electrodes, neutralizing the charge of the particulates, thereby allow them to agglomerate and settle at the bottom of the tank. In addition, electrocoagulation-flotation is capable of reducing waste production from wastewater treatment and also reduces the time necessary for treatment. [More]


TIAANO ELECTRO FLOATATION & FLOCCULATION DURING ELECTRO COAGULATION

clock May 2, 2020 17:39 by author admin
During Flocculation, the particulates are neutralized by the formation of hydroxide complexes for the purpose of forming agglomerates. These agglomerates begin to form at the bottom of the tank and can be siphen out through filtration. However, when one considers an electro coagulation-flotation apparatus, the particulates would instead float to the top of the tank by means of formed hydrogen bubbles that are created from the anode. The floated particulates can be skimmed from the top of the tank [More]


TIAANO ELECTRO COAUGLATION ELECTRODE REMOVING HEAVY METALS

clock April 29, 2020 20:39 by author admin
Electrocoagulation consists of pairs of metal sheets called electrodes, that are arranged in pairs of twoanodes and cathodes. Using the principles of electrochemistry, the cathode is oxidized (loses electrons), while the water is reduced (gains electrons), thereby making the wastewater better treated. When the cathode electrode makes contact with the wastewater, the metal is emitted into the apparatus and settling in the bottom of the reactor. [More]


ELECTROLYTIC EFFLUENT TREATMENT PLANT (e-ETP)

clock April 28, 2020 16:20 by author admin
Electrocoagulation-electroflotation (ECF) technology is a treatment process of applying electrical current to treat and flocculate contaminants without having to add coagulations. Shammas et al. stated that coagulation occurs with the current being applied, capable of removing small particles since direct current applied, setting them into motion. Also electrocoagulation could reduce residue for waste production [More]


Waste Water Management by Electrolytic Method

clock April 24, 2020 17:59 by author admin
Research developments in environmental electrochemistry and their potential to contribute to a cleaner environment are reviewed here for wastewater treatment applications. Most environmental pollutants can be successfully eliminated or converted to non-toxic materials by one or more processes, including electrochemical oxidation, electrochemical reduction, electrocoagulation and electrocoagulation/flotation, electrodialysis, and electrochemical advanced oxidation processes. Specific examples of applications for pollutant removal and reclamation of wastewater are given for the different processes, along with research needs and improvements for commercial application of these electrochemical processes. [More]


EFFLUENT TREATMENT PLANT & SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT

clock April 20, 2020 20:09 by author admin
The particulates are neutralized by the formation of hydroxide complexes for the purpose of forming agglomerates. These agglomerates begin to form at the bottom of the tank and can be syphen out through filtration. However, when one considers an electro coagulation-flotation apparatus, the particulates would instead float to the top of the tank by means of formed hydrogen bubbles that are created from the anode. The floated particulates can be skimmed from the top of the tank. [More]


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