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Flocculation in water treatment plant

Water treatment is a process that uses both chemical and physical processes to purify and clean water. Coagulation and flocculation are two key processes used to remove turbidity and color from wastewater.

Coagulation uses coagulants from Weifang JS like aluminum sulfate and other organic coagulant to get rid of the negative charge on particles in wastewater that are in suspension. This makes them easier to filter out. Flocculation is a physical process that causes particles to clump together to form larger agglomerates.


Coagulation is an essential part of water treatment. It helps to remove suspended substances that make it difficult to disinfect the water with chlorine. It also reduces the amount of chlorine that needs to be added, which saves money in the long run.

The water is then mixed with a wastewater coagulant, which removes the particles' negative charge and makes them less stable. The dissolved and suspended particles then come together to form larger, heavier particles called flocs.

These flocs settle at the bottom of the water supply and are then removed by filtration. Filtration can be done using a medium filter, a microfiltration membrane, or an ultrafiltration membrane.

Weifang JS  Coagulation is an important part of treating water, and people have been doing it for a long time. As coagulants, ferric sulfate or ferric chloride are used.

Why choose Weifang JS Flocculation in water treatment plant?

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