Water Decoloring Agent (BWD-01) for Textile and Dye Wastewater Treatment

  • Water Decoloring Agent (BWD-01) for Textile and Dye Wastewater Treatment
  • Water Decoloring Agent (BWD-01) for Textile and Dye Wastewater Treatment
  • ShanDong
  • ISO,CE
  • <>(BWD-01)
  • Negotiation
  • $500.00-$750.00/ Ton
  • D/A,Western Union
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Description

Specially used as coagulant in color removal treatment for high-colority effluent from textile dyeing & printing mills, dyestuffs & pigment mills, ink & paper making mills, Electroplating coking wastewater, as well as the leachate wastewater.
High performance in treating wastewater containing Reactive dye, Acid dye, Disperse dye, Direct dye, Sulphur dye, Vat dye etc..

Advantages
• Strong decoloring ability
• Good adsorption
• Higher activity degree
• Non-toxic,odor free
• Low oil retention with high filtration rate
• No pollution to the environment

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