Mechanism of Iron Removal,
ADSORPTION - OXIDATION - ACTIVE LAYER FORMATION - AUTOCATALYTIC OXIDATION
This chain works to remove iron in dissolved, oxide, organic and colloid forms.
Surface layer of the media contains active sites for sorption of manganese.
This media works best with raw wellwater supplied directly to the system.
Oxidative pre-treatment is unnecessary and should be avoided.
REMOVING ORGANIC MATTER
Organic compounds are removed by the mechanism of hydrophobic and electrostatic interactions
Calcuim and magnesium ions are displaced from the cation exchange resin matrix with sodium ions.
Iron and manganese compounds are removed by surface friction of the beads in a fluidized bed during backwash.
This exhibits a reversable mechanism of sorption of organic molecules, and is regenerated with chloride ions.
Depth 50 cm
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