Settling Agent Concentrate quickly and efficiently clarifies wastewater

Industrial strength Settling Agent Concentrate is a cationic polymer flocculent that precipitates silt, clay, sludge and organic solids.

This cationic polymer flocculent is designed for fast and efficient clarification of wastewater in industrial waste systems and municipal waste treatment facilities.

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Settling Agent Concentrate Features

  • Industrial strength

  • Concentrated liquid formula

  • High molecular weight polymer

  • Non-toxic

  • Biodegradable

  • Contains unique buffering agents

  • Drip, pump or spray application

  • Will not harm fish or wildlife when used as directed

  • No known significant effects or critical hazards

  • Not classified as a hazardous substance or mixture

  • Available in case of four 1-gallon jugs (Product# 68791), 5-gallon pail (Product# 68795) 30-gallon drum (Product# 687930) and 55-gallon drum (Product# 687955)

Settling Agent Concentrate Benefits

  • Quickly and efficiently clarifies wastewater by rapid settling of solids and suspended debris

  • Increase the waste-handling capacity of the system

  • Reduces operating costs

  • Precipitates silt, clay, sludge and organic solids

  • Easy to handle and dispense

  • Assures proper flocculation over a wide pH range

  • Will not upset the bacterial action of digesters

Using Settling Agent Concentrate

  • Feed this settling agent directly into the waste stream prior to the clarifier or settling basin. Drip or pump into the system at a point of strong agitation. Use rates may vary from 50 ppm up to 300 ppm (2 quarts up to 3 gallons per 10,000 gallons of wastewater). For maximum economy and effectiveness, continuous drip application is recommended.

    For ponds or lagoons, drip or spray 10 to 20 gallons of settling agent per million gallons of water. Drip directly into waste stream or stray over surface to obtain even distribution of the polymer.

    See label and SDS for safety information.

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