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Flocculants

Flocculant and Floc Socks

Flocculants encapsulate contaminates, such as suspended solids, organics and heavy metals in water (ponds, streams, wastewater, discharge, etc.). Contaminates are separated from the water quickly and settle to the bottom of the waste stream. Flocculants work over a wide pH range, remove more oil, grease and organics than other chemistries.


FLOC-Soc™

Can be implemented in your waste stream, ditch channel, sediment basin or pond by attaching the FLOC-Soc™ to a string/rope and staking into the ground. Pond and sediment basin applications can also be attached in multiples on a string/rope that spans the width of a basin or pond. The FLOC-Soc™ application insures proper dosing, as the FLOC™ is dissipated according to turbidity and water flow, allowing for consistent dosing and relieving the contractor of multiple applications, therefore reducing time and labor costs. FLOC-Socs™ are a great tool for reducing turbidity, hydrocarbons and heavy metals from your wastewater. Each 5' sock contains 10 pounds of FLOC™ and will typically treat 10,000 gallons.


FLOC-Bags™

Can be implemented in your waste stream, ditch channel, sediment basin or pond by attaching the FLOC-Bag™ to a string or rope and staking into the ground. The FLOC-Bag™ application insures proper dosing, as the FLOC™ is dissipated according to turbidity and water flow. This reduces time and labor costs by relieving the contractor of multiple applications. FLOC-Bags™ are a great tool for reducing the turbidity, hydrocarbons and heavy metals from your wastewater. Each 4-pound bag typically treats 4,000 gallons.


FLOC-Mixer™

 The IES Neptune dry flocculent mixing system is designed to be a standalone solution for applications where contaminated or runoff water needs to be treated to remove solids. The system is equipped with an onboard generator and pump, providing power, suction and discharge without requiring any external power source or pumps. This system is designed to be used with dry flocculents that can be custom formulated for specific needs. After flocculent is added to the 100-pound capacity hopper, it is dispersed via a stainless steel volumetric screw feeder. The feed rate is automated and adjustable using the built in control panel. Turbid water is drawn into the system from a holding pond or tank through the built in pump and is then dispersed into the mixing chamber, where it is mixed with the dry flocculent. The built in flow-rate meter displays the rate of turbid water entering the system.

 The key to success when using a flocculent is proper agitation and mixing and the IES dry flocculent mixing system is specifically designed to provide the proper agitation for effective missing. After mixing, the water is discharged into a second holding pond where solids settle to the bottom of the pond and can then be removed through a variety of methods.

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