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Iron Removal Plants Iron removal plants can be based on different filtration media, depending on the iron and manganese concentration, the oxygen level, CO2 content and hardness of the water. Plant principle: First, air is injected in order to oxidize the iron. The oxidized iron will then precipitate on a sand filter. An MnO2 layer in the sand bed will catalyze the oxidation of residual iron. Backwash will be done by water and by air. More on iron removal principles Iron removal plant flow diagram:
Iron Removal Media - Katalox Light Introduction Media Description High content (10percent) gamma Manganese dioxide (MnO2) coated ZEOSORB Katalox-Light Removal methods: 1. Mechanical Filtration (fine particles, TSS, Turbidity etc.) 2. Catalytic precipitation and sorption (Fe, Mn, Cu, Pb etc.) 3. Adsorbtion (flocculant formation and adsorption of As, Heavy Metals, Radionuclides) Filtration (≤ 3 µm) of: ♦ Total Suspended Solids ♦ Sediments ♦ Turbidity ♦ Organics ♦ Colour (some, organic) ♦ Odour Removal of: ♦ Iron (Inlet conc. up to. 100 mg/L) ♦ Manganese (Inlet conc. up to 20 mg/L) ♦ Arsenic ♦ Hydrogen Sulfide ♦ Uranium, Radium ♦ Heavy Metals ♦ Radionuclide Green Water Concepts India Pvt Ltd is one of the leading supplier of Katalox Light Media in India.