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New coagulant blends for water-treatment applications

By Chemical Engineering |

Two new coagulants, CDP2727 and CDP2724, have been introduced to the KlarAid product line. The custom-designed blends are based on a high-molecular-weight organic coagulant and a high-basicity aluminum coagulant. The new products have improved capabilities for reducing the turbidity and totGE Worldccloudal oxygen content (TOC) in low-turbidity raw water when compared with predecessor products, says the company. CDP2727 is the more concentrated product, and CDP2724 is a diluted version that is suitable where low volumes and dosages are preferred. These products can be used alone or in conjunction with anionic flocculants. — GE Power & Water, Schenectady, N.Y.

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