• High SiO2 content quartz sand filter media
• Uniform particles
• Desirable chemical properties
1) Filtering Sand ( 16-32 Mesh)
2) Crushed gravels (1/4″ to 1/10″)
3) Pebbles (3/4″ to ¼”)
4) Pebbles (1/2″ to ¼”)
5) Pebbles (1½ to ½)
We specialize in offering extra fine quality Activated Carbon in powdered form, which is in wide demand in markets across the globe, as well as in pallet form too. We offer steam-activated carbons made from industrial grade wood charcoal and coconut and are available in different grades and variants.
We can offer technical assistance for user including suggestions about what grade to use for an application and also how to draw maximum benefit by use of activated carbon.
The economical approach along with the excellent quality of our activated carbon products, has given us credibility and long-term relationship in the market. We work on the policy of minimum rejection to reduce the overhead expenses. We are proud to announce that we have been able to achieve less than 1% rejection rate for the full range of our products.
|Product Range||Adsorption Activity||Apparent Density (gm/lit)||Hardness|
Moisture: 5% max, Ash: 5% max, Over size: 5% max, Under size: 5% max, pH: 9-11
OMNICORP has High Calcium Bone Char made of charred animal bone. Bovine (cow) bones are taken from cold storage, thoroughly cleaned and put in sun and rain for at least 90 days and totally dried. It is then carbonized at 1472 degrees Fahrenheit in controlled conditions. The result is 100% organic bone char made of 80% phosphate of calcium, 10% carbon and 10% calcium carbonate. It lasts a long time, has no toxicity and leaves behind beneficial minerals. There is no pH effect and it can remove chlorine, heavy metals and radioactive isotopes on top of fluoride. Bone char is considered a more effective contaminate remover than coconut because it is hundreds of times more porous and contains calcium which attract the fluoride.
Fluoride removal requires greater contact time for its removal as it is considered a dissolved solid. The calcium content in the bone is what removes fluoride. Calcium attracts the fluoride whether it is calcium or sodium-based. This is why we recommend multi-stage bone char filter systems.
Two stage systems will remove about 50% of fluoride, three stage systems will remove about 75% and four stage systems remove about 95% based on a 1.5 ppm fluoride level. Our fluoride removal systems are available in a countertop or undercounted configuration.You can also install a whole house unit that will reduce or remove fluoride from every water source in your home. If your home’s average water flow is 6-10 gpm then four 20″ Big Blue Filters can remove up to 99.9% of fluoride. Or you can use a 1 or 2 cubic foot back washable tank system. If you need help determining what you need, please let us know.
Birm Media is an efficient and economical media for reduction of dissolved iron and magnesium compounds from raw water supplies. Birm is not consumed in the iron removal process. It has long material life and extremely high removal efficiency. Birm does not require chemicals for regeneration, only periodic backwash is required.
• Alkalinity should be greater than two times the combined sulfate and chloride concentration
• Maximum water temp: 100F/38C
• Water pH Range: 6.8-9.0
• Dissolved Oxygen (DO) content must be atleast 15% of the iron (or iron and manganese) content
• Bed Depth: 30-36 in
• Freeboard: 50% of bed depth (min)
• Backwash rate: 10-12 gpm/sq ft
• Service flowrate: 3.5-5.0 gpm/sq ft
• Free chlorine concentration less than 0.5ppm
• Hydrogen sulphide should be removed prior to contact with Birm media
• Oil: None present
• Polyphosphates: None present
These media will remove iron, manganese and hydrogen sulphide which are all oxidised by the media. This oxidation capacity becomes exhausted and is periodically regenerated by potassium permanganate or chlorine. They operate over a wide pH range (6.2 to 8.8), sometimes without requiring pH correction.
Submerge Aerated Fixed Film reactor is a type of aerobic attached growth treatment process. Small foot print area, stable process, lesser sludge production and cellar installations are the key features of SAFF process. Essentially SAFF system is a hybrid reactor where attached growth and suspended growth activity takes place simultaneously.
• Flute Height:- 27mm
• Longitudinal pitch:-65mm
• Spiral Angel:-27(deg)
• Standard Sheet Size:-1200mmX600mm
• Maximum Feel Sheet Size L x W (MM):-1800X600
• Surface Area (m2/m3):-110
We design and supply Moving Bed Bio Reactor/ Fluidized Aerated Bed Reactor (FAB) media for swage & industrial wastewater treatment. FAB system is an advanced high rate wastewater treatment process utilizing free-floating media which houses huge quantity of active Biomass (MLSS) in it. Essentially FAB system is a hybrid reactor where attached growth and suspended growth activity takes place simultaneously.
Sizes available: 16 MM X 22 MM
Raw Material Used : Poly propelyne
Special Features :
• Less sensitivity to shock loading.
• Clog free operation
• Less sensitivity to shock loading.
• Clog free operation
• No channels or dead spots.
• Provides high Bio – Surface Area.
• Make Bio-Reactors extremely compact.
• No backwash needed.
• No Sludge return Systems Needed.
• Longer Media Life.
• Extremely easy to install
Clarification/Sedimentation is the most important stage in the field of waste water treatment. The most efficient sedimentation systems have high settling surface area whilst maintaining a small structure. Cool Deck clarifier media provides a large settling surface area within the specified volume thus giving high flow rates. They have a chevron shaped self-supporting structure in a tubular form with six sides. They are primarily used in applications like water treatment, primary & secondary clarifiers in wastewater treatment.
|Material of Construction||PVC|
|Shape of Tube||Chevron – Unequal Hexagonal (or as required)|
|Fitting of Tube||Easy to fit with a tongue and groove arrangement|
|Plan Settling Area||12 m2/m3 (at 60 slope)
14 m2/m3 (at 55 slope)
|Pitch||66 x 52 mm (at 60 slope)|
|No of tubes per square meter||285 (at 60 slope)|
|Weight per cubic meter||Approximately 60kgs|
|Maximum Continuous Working Temperature||55 C|
|Storage||Media must be stored in a covered place with adequate ventilation|
Condensate Polishing is a process deployed to remove contaminants from condensate stream before it is returned to the boiler/heat exchangers. It is highly important to remove traces of soluble impurities present in feed water, as they may get concentrated within the system.
Ion exchange resins used in condensate polishers mainly serve two purposes:
• Removal of suspended solids by filtration
• Removal dissolved solids by ion exchange
mixed bed resins and strong acid cation exchange resins are used globally in deep bed condensate polishing systems.
This is a proportionate mixture of strong acid cation exchange resin in H+ form and strong base anion exchange resin in OH form. This type of system is used in high-pressure boilers.
In this process, the weak base anion exchange resin, in hydroxide form, is used. It takes up strong mineral acids like Hydrochloric acid (HCl) and Sulphuric acid
(H2S04). Weak acids like Carbonic acid (H2C03) and Silicic acid pass through without being exchanged.
A degasser placed after the weak base anion exchanger, removes H2C03. This process removes most of the salts from raw water except SiO2.
The weak base anion exchanger is regenerated after exhaustion by 1-5% of Sodium hydroxide (NaOH), Sodium carbonate (Na2CO3) or Ammonium hydroxide (NH4OH).
In this process, a strong acid cation exchange resin and strong base anion exchange resin in hydroxide form is used. Water, after passing through strong acid cation exchanger, is passed through strong base anion exchanger, which removes weak acids like Carbonic acid (H2C03) and Silicic acid along with strong mineral acids like Sulphuric acid (H2S04), Hydrochloric acid (HCl), etc.
The degasser is generally placed between cation and anion exchangers for economical removal of Carbon dioxide (C02). This also reduces the load on anion exchanger. The treated water quality of conductivity is less than 30 Micro Mhos, SiO2 less than 0.5 ppm and pH between 7.5 to 9.5 is achievable.
The strong base anion exchanger is regenerated after exhaustion by 4–5% Sodium hydroxide (NaOH) solution.
• Strong Acid Cation/Week Acid Cation
• Strong Base Anion/Week Base Anion
• Super Charge Resin
Smelting process removes oxygen from alumina to produce pure aluminium. Smelting takes place in furnaces known as reduction cells. Smelting process of Alumina uses Cryolite, Calcium fluoride (CaF2), Aluminium fluoride (AlF3), etc.
The effluent generated during this process may contain around 20 ppm of fluoride. Since this level is highly undesirable for environment and human health, it is important to control fluoride limits.
• Specifically designed for Fluoride removal
• Extensively tested in wider spectrum of inlet conditions
• High process compatibility
• Ease of operations
• Along with general water treatment, ion exchange resins are used widely for groundwater/raw water remediation to get rid of extensive range of metal salts and organic impurities.
• Range of contaminants handled with resins:
• Heavy metals – Selective removal of Copper, Zinc, Nickel, Lead, Tin, Cadmium, Iron and other heavy metals can be done with specialty cation and anion exchange resins.
• Fluoride – Fluoride selective cation exchange resins or specialty chelating resins separately can remove Fluoride.
• Boron – Speciality chelating resins for selective removal of Boron.
• Mercury – Selective removal of Mercury with specialty chelating resin by chelation mechanism.
• Nitrate – Specialised strong base anion resins are used to remove nitrates with consideration of sulphate to nitrate ratio.
• Sulphate – Strong and weak base anion exchange resins are used for effective sulphate removal.
• Organics – Range of strong base anion resins, specifically designed for efficient organics scavenging.
• Phenol – Specifically designed adsorbent to remove trace levels of phenol. Adsorbed phenol can be eluted using suitable solvents.
Resin for water softening is used for removal of calcium and magnesium ions, which are the hardness (scale) forming constituents of water. Ion exchange resin having exchangeable sites in ‘Na’ form is used for this process.
When water is passed over an ion exchange bed in a softening process, Ca2+ and Mg2+ ions are exchanged for the equivalent Na+ ions. The water obtained contains only Sodium salts, which do not produce boiler scales as they are readily soluble in water.
At the end of softening cycle or service cycle, resin bed gets ‘exhausted’ and there is a need of regeneration before it can remove hardness again.
Pharmaceutical grade ion exchange resins are used globally in a wide range of pharmaceutical formulations.
The pharmaceutical resins product range covers:
• Polacrilin potassium
• Sodium Polystyrene sulphonate USP
• Calcium Polystyrene sulphonate BP
• Cholastyramine resin USP