Activated Carbon

Used in a variety of water treatment applications requiring the removal of taste, chlorine, odour and colour. Base materials available from coconut shells, coals or others. Granular activated carbon absorbs chlorine, organics, bluegreen algae toxins and has a nominal capacity and the carbon will need replacing when it's removal capacity diminishes.

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Filter Coal (Anthracite)

Hard and durable coal particles with a wide variety of mesh size used in the multi media filter for filtering or underbedding needs.

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Birm

An excellent granular filter media used for the removal of iron and manganese compounds from raw water supplies. Birm does not require chemicals for regeneration, only periodic backwashing is required.

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Filter Sand

High quality graded silica sand for effective and efficient removal of suspended solids in single or multi-media filters. Meets the filter media standard AWWA B100-89. Available in bag or bulk supplies.

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Filter Gravel

Hard and durable round filter gravel for sand or carbon filters underbedding. Meets the filter media standard AWWA B100-89.

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Garnet

An excellent high density filter media for suspended solids removal and/or underbeddings used in multi-media filter.

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Neutralite (Calcite)

An inexpensive crushed and screened white marble material used to neutralise acid or low pH waters to a neutral non- corrosive effluent.

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Manganese Greensand 

The greensand is capable of removing iron, manganese and hydrogen sulfide from water through oxidation and filtration.

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Cation Exchange Resins

Used in water softening, demineralisation, dealkalisation, heavy metal recoveries, chemicals processing etc. Available in strong acid and weak acid forms suitable for general or high purity water applications. Ability to provide the equivalent of your existing process resins.

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Anion Exchange Resins

Used in demineralisation, organics removal etc. Available in strong base and weak base forms suitable for general or high purity water applications. Ability to provide the equivalent of your existing resins.

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Mixed Bed Resins

Used in demineralisation for ultra pure water and decontamination of secondary cooling circuits.

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