Bentonite Clay

The many uses of Bentonite Clay range from coagulant to filter aid. It is a highly effective chemical, in granular form, for the purification of wastewater and sludge dewatering. It is composed of inorganic minerals and other proprietary compounds specially produced to absorb a wide variety of contaminants, and will encapsulate suspended solids, many organic compounds and toxicants. Bentonite clay can be dispersed into the treatment tank manually with a measuring scoop or continuously with a dry feed system, providing easy-to-use one-step chemistry.

Bentonite Clay

Typical Properties:

  • Granules, beige
  • Odorless
  • pH@5%: 8-9
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I'm John but everyone calls me JA , I go to The University of Wisconsin Green Bay where I am majoring in Chemistry. I hope to accomplish great things in my life and if you ever meet me you will know I have the will and drive to never give up no matter how big the fight.I love to workout and run. I'm a bit of a health nut but not over dramatic. I believe I'm a fun, enjoyable, caring person, but that's my opinion of myself, you can think what you want of me but I know who I am and that's what matters.

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