Solutions

KRONOS iron salt solutions are ready-to-use precipitants and flocculants
Iron salt solutions are stored in acid-proof tanks that should have a useful volume of at least 20 m3 and comply with the official regulations regarding the storage of water-hazardous substances.
Metering diaphragm pumps are preferably used to withdraw the liquid products from the tank and transport them to the metering point.
Complete metering facilities are supplied in practice, including all suction- and pressure-side fittings and piping.

 

Notes on unloading of dangerous goods

Various rules and regulations apply when dealing with dangerous goods
Transport by road is governed by the German Ordinance on the Transport of Dangerous Goods by Road, Rail and Inland Waterways (GGVSEB/ADR). Within the GGVSEB, the recipient (e.g. the sewage treatment plant) and the unloader (employees of the sewage treatment plant) have a number of tasks and duties.

This information is intended to outline to you the essential obligations.

 

Using Iron Salts to Remove Hydrogen Sulfide from Waste Water Collectors

Hydrogen sulfide, H2S, can be formed in the sewer system during the transport of waste water to the sewage treatment plant. Hydrogen sulfide is not only foul-smelling and highly toxic, but also has an extremely corrosive effect on metal and concrete. The release of H2S must be suppressed in order to protect people, the environment and the fabric of the sewers.

As a result of sulfide precipitation with iron salts, the sulfides occurring are already converted into poorly soluble iron sulfide in the aqueous phase, as a result of which hydrogen sulfide is no longer measurable in the gas phase.

 

Water treatment | Municipal sewage purification | Hydrogen sulfide elimination in sewer systems

Hydrogen sulfide, H2S, can be formed in the sewer system during the transport of waste water to the sewage treatment plant.

Hydrogen sulfide is not only foul-smelling and highly toxic, but also has an extremely corrosive effect on metal and concrete. The release of H2S must be suppressed in order to protect people, the environment and the fabric of the sewers. Using iron salts, the sulfides occurring in the aqueous phase are converted into poorly soluble iron sulfide.

Contact name & contact details

NameIlona Heidak

Tel.+49 214 356-4230

Fax+49 214 43937

E-Maililona.heidak@kronosww.com