Is polyferric sulfate a dephosphorization agent? What is the effect of phosphorus removal?
Is PFS a phosphorus removal agent?
Whether polyferric sulfate is a dephosphorization agent has always attracted much attention. The following is a brief explanation:
Iron ion in PFS can react with orthophosphate to form ferric phosphate precipitation. In addition, the colloidal iron hydroxide ions with high polymerization effect formed by dissolving in water and iron ions bridge, trap, adsorb and flocculate the suspended particles in water, so that the insoluble phosphorus and iron phosphate precipitates in the water coagulate to form sludge.
The above is the principle of action of PFS, from which we can see that PFS can remove phosphorus, so PFS is a dephosphorization agent!
How about the effect of dephosphorization and sulphuric acid polymerization?
Polyferric sulfate as a phosphorus removal agent can form insoluble precipitate from the orthophosphate in wastewater treatment, and phosphate can be removed by separation.
If the content of phosphorus in water is 50-100ppm, the phosphorus removal rate can reach 99.5% within three minutes after the use of high-efficiency phosphorus removal agent, which is environmentally friendly, safe and does not cause toxicity to water and aquatic organisms. It can be seen that PFS has a good effect on phosphorus removal.
As a phosphorus removal agent, PFS is widely used in the purification of drinking water and industrial circulating water in cities and towns, as well as the purification and sludge dewatering treatment of industrial wastewater and municipal sewage in papermaking, printing and dyeing, brewing, chemical industry, petroleum, mining, steel, coal gasification, paint, leather, pharmaceutical, food, electroplating and other industries.
As can be seen from the above text, a large number of industrial uses fully illustrate that PFS is a phosphorus removal agent, and its phosphorus removal effect is very good!