The 300 Series Gel Flocculant Blocks are negatively charged and cause particles to form large floccules that are more easily separated from water.
Clearflow Group Inc., founded in 2005, aspires to be the leading North American provider of high-quality flocculant solutions. We are committed to meeting the demands of our customers and consumers in the mining, industrial, agricultural, and municipal sectors. Our product portfolio includes flocculants for a variety of applications, which helps to simplify and minimize operational expenses while also improving the ecosystem.
Our purpose is to bring scientific yet practical procedures into the commercial, municipal and mining sectors. Clearflow focuses on offering reliable, high-quality flocculant solutions for industry from our headquarters and production facility in Phoenix, Arizona.
We are dedicated to addressing the needs of our customers and consumers in both domestic and international markets. Click on a region below for local information
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ANIONIC GEL FLOCCULANT: A CATIONIC SUBSTITUTE THAT GIVES CONSUMERS THE ASSURANCE THEY NEED
Industrial operations such as surface mining, road building, and aggregate washing result in high concentrations of suspended particles (Total Suspended Solids; TSS) in surface waters which must be treated prior to discharge into fish-bearing waters. A common industrial practice is to add flocculants to improve the efficacy and speed of TSS sedimentation. A significant environmental issue even small amounts of uncomplexed cationic polymer coagulant/flocculant remaining in treated water is highly toxic to fish at very low concentrations (LC50 ∼ 0.3 mg L−1).
The development of an inexpensive amelioration technique preventing cationic polymer toxicity is a significant advancement in surface and industrial water treatment to prevent cationic polymer-mediated fish kills...
CLEARFLOW PRODUCTS SAVE $2MILLION IN PILOT ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, PROJECT PICTURESQUE LAKE SIMCOE
The multi-million dollar Sleeping Lion development site was chosen for the test scheme due to its location as part of the Lake Simcoe watershed. The project was monitored over an 18-month period, analyzing the removal of TSS (Total Suspended Solids), pollutants and harmful nutrients that could otherwise negatively impact aquatic life in the area.
Utilizing Clearflow’s innovative products, the project is expected to make a significant impact on future environmentally protective endeavours for watersheds. The focus of this pilot was therefore to remove the increased rates of TSS using a new method - Advanced Sedimentation Technologies (ASTs).
What Our Customers Are Saying
"I have been involved in a series of collaborations with Mr. Hanna over the past 12 years to test the potential toxicity of various Clearflow products on several aquatic organisms and demonstrate safe application levels. Information on the minimal toxicity of Clearflow anionic polymers (unlike cationic polymers) can be found in our 2014 paper, which demonstrated that some polymers, including one of those to be applied in your application, do not result in any toxicity to aquatic organisms even after a 30 day exposure period. In addition, authors at the US Dept of Agriculture published a paper, where they examined the potential hazard associated with synthetic PAM applications in agricultural settings. They found that anionic polymers have very limited to no toxicity even at values 10X above typical field application rates used in these agricultural settings. Furthermore, the toxicity threshold for mammalian ingestion of PAMs is very high and is essentially a non-factor. I hope this alleviates some of your concerns. Feel free to email me or give me a call at the number above if you wish for more information."
- Dr. Greg Goss Ph.D.