Bio Algaecides

BioAlgaecide is nontoxic, organic and environmentally friendly. BioAlgaecide is safe for your fish and all aquatic life. It is also safe for your pets to drink. BioAlgaecide works with your water plants reducing nitrates and phosphates naturally. BioAlgaecid comes in water dissolvable sachets. To apply BioAlgaecide, you simply drop a water dissolvable BioAlgaecide sachet into the water source. The sachet dissolves on contact with water exposing and introducing the nontoxic and environmentally friendly microorganism into the water. All our different pack sizes treat water for 3 months. Whether you have an Aquarium, Fishpond, Water feature, Dam or Water Troughs or drinking water for livestock in the city or country side, we have BioAlgaecide Packs specially designed for you. Algae control in artificial bodies of water such as lakes, ponds, aquaculture and waste water lagoons have been simplified by using BioAlgaecide, no measuring, no spillages and no messy.

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Chlorine tablets

Water disinfection means the removal, deactivation or killing of pathogenic microorganisms. Microorganisms are destroyed or deactivated, resulting in termination of growth and reproduction. When microorganisms are not removed from drinking water, drinking water usage will cause people to fall ill.

Disinfectants should not only kill microorganisms. Disinfectants must also have a residual effect, which means that they remain active in the water after disinfection. A disinfectant should prevent pathogenic microorganisms from growing in the plumbing after disinfection, causing the water to be re-contaminated

Sodium hypochlorite solution sometimes known as liquid Chlorine kills bacteria, algae, and many other microorganisms in swimming pools, drinking water, waste water, sewage treatment and many other industrial wastes. When applied to industrial waste water, Sodium hypochlorite reduce odors by neutralizing sulphur hydrogen gas (SH) and ammonia (NH3). It is also used to detoxify cyanide baths in metal industries. Hypochlorite can be used to prevent algae and shellfish growth in cooling towers. In water treatment and swimming pools, Sodium hypochlorite is used to disinfect water. In households, hypochlorite is used frequently for the purification and disinfection of the house. It has the advantage that microorganisms cannot build up any resistance to it. Sodium hypochlorite is effective against Legionella bacteria and bio film, in which Legionella bacteria can multiply.

Advantages of Sodium hypochlorite as a disinfectant includes easy to transport, store and dosage is simple. Sodium hypochlorite produces residual disinfectant. Other disinfectants that can be used include UV sterilization with the following advantages: - UV does not alter taste, odour, colour or pH of the water - UV does not require the addition of chemicals - UV does not impart toxic by-products into the water - UV systems are compact and easy to install - UV systems require very little maintenance - Running costs are often lower than those of a household light bulb UV sterilization deactivate notorious pathogens such as Giardia Lambia and Cryptosporidium. When a micro-organism is exposed to UV-C, the nuclei of the cells are modified, due to photolytic processes. In result, cell division and, by extension, reproduction is prevented.

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Sodium hypochlorite

Water disinfection means the removal, deactivation or killing of pathogenic microorganisms. Microorganisms are destroyed or deactivated, resulting in termination of growth and reproduction. When microorganisms are not removed from drinking water, drinking water usage will cause people to fall ill. Disinfectants should not only kill microorganisms. Disinfectants must also have a residual effect, which means that they remain active in the water after disinfection. A disinfectant should prevent pathogenic microorganisms from growing in the plumbing after disinfection, causing the water to be re-contaminated Sodium hypochlorite solution sometimes known as liquid Chlorine kills bacteria, algae, and many other microorganisms in swimming pools, drinking water, waste water, sewage treatment and many other industrial wastes. When applied to industrial waste water, Sodium hypochlorite reduce odors by neutralizing sulphur hydrogen gas (SH) and ammonia (NH3). It is also used to detoxify cyanide baths in metal industries. Hypochlorite can be used to prevent algae and shellfish growth in cooling towers. In water treatment and swimming pools, Sodium hypochlorite is used to disinfect water. In households, hypochlorite is used frequently for the purification and disinfection of the house. It has the advantage that microorganisms cannot build up any resistance to it. Sodium hypochlorite is effective against Legionella bacteria and bio film, in which Legionella bacteria can multiply. Advantages of Sodium hypochlorite as a disinfectant includes easy to transport, store and dosage is simple. Sodium hypochlorite produces residual disinfectant. Other disinfectants that can be used include UV sterilization with the following advantages: - UV does not alter taste, odour, colour or pH of the water - UV does not require the addition of chemicals - UV does not impart toxic by-products into the water - UV systems are compact and easy to install - UV systems require very little maintenance - Running costs are often lower than those of a household light bulb UV sterilization deactivate notorious pathogens such as Giardia Lambia and Cryptosporidium. When a micro-organism is exposed to UV-C, the nuclei of the cells are modified, due to photolytic processes. In result, cell division and, by extension, reproduction is prevented.

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Sulphuric Acid

Sulphuric acid is a strong corrosive mineral acid. It is soluble in water at all concentrations. Sulphuric acid is used in many chemical industries, mostly as a strong chemical acid in waste water treatment systems, including mineral processing, oil refining, domestic acid drain cleaner, various cleaning agents, electrolyte in lead acid batteries and fertilizer manufacturing.

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Ferric Sulphate

Ferric Sulphate FRS4200 Technical Grade as a coagulant formations stable flocs over a wide range of pH, typically any pH value between 4.5 and 12. Most raw waters, whether they originate from a reservoir or from a river, will contain pollutants in both colloidal and suspended forms. Colloidal systems tend to be extremely stable and will generally have a particle size in the range 10-9m to 10-7m,wheras suspended solids will generally have a particle size above 10-7m. The addition of Ferric Sulphate FRS4200 to a colloidal system ensures the introduction of highly charged metal ions, this destabilises the colloidal system and allow the formation of flocs as the hydroxide radicals of iron bond together. Use of Ferric Sulphate FRS4200 offers a significant cost saving.

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Wetting Agents

Wetting agents are substances that reduce the surface tension of water to allow it to spread drops onto a surface, increasing the spreading abilities of a liquid. Lowering the surface tension lowers the energy required to spread drops onto a film, thus weakening the cohesive properties of the liquid and strengthening its adhesive properties. The simplest way to improve water take up by hydrophobic soils is to use a soil wetting agent. When organic matter on the soil breaks down it leaves a waxy coating on the soil particles. Wetting agents are like detergents. They overcome that waxing coating and allow water to penetrate into the pore spaces between. There are four main types of wetting agents: anionic, cationic, amphoteric, and nonionic.

  • Anionic, cationic, and amphoteric wetting agents ionize when mixed with water.
  • Anions have a negative charge, while cations have a positive charge.
  • Amphoteric wetting agents can act as either anions or cations, depending on the acidity of the solution.
  • Nonionic wetting agents do not ionize in water. A possible advantage for using a nonionic wetting agent is that it does not react with other ions in the water, which could lead to formation of a precipitate.
Wide range of application such as in Plant growth regulation, Herbicides, Pesticides, Antiseptics, Fertilizers and trace elements. One example of how wetting agents work is in the formation of micelles. Micelles consist of hydrophilic heads forming an outer layer around lipophilic tails. When in water, the micelles' tails can surround an oil droplet while the heads are attracted to the water.

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Sodium Persulfate

Sodium persulfate (Na2S2O8) is a chemical compound used as a bleach and as a detergent component. It is a replacement for ammonium persulfate in etching mixtures for zinc and printed circuit boards, and is used for pickling of copper and some other metals. It is used as a radical initiator for emulsion polymerization reactions and for accelerated curing of low formaldehyde adhesives. It is also used as a soil conditioner and in manufacture of dyestuffs, modification of starch, bleach activator, desizing agent and a lot more..

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Sodium Hydroxide solution 50%

Sodium hydroxide is used in many industries, mostly as a strong chemical base used in drinking water and waste water treatment systems. It is used in the manufacture of soaps, detergents, textiles, pulp and paper and as a drain cleaner.

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Sodium Hydroxide micro-pearls

Sodium hydroxide micro-pearls are used in many industries, mostly as a strong chemical base used in drinking water and waste water treatment systems. It is used in the manufacture of soaps, detergents, textiles, pulp and paper and as a drain cleaner.

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Activated Carbon

Used in RO units, at no time should there be a Free Chlorine residual in RO feed water. Even very low levels of chlorine in the feed stream will result in irreparable oxidation damage of the membrane. Therefore operators should ensure that oxidants do not enter the RO system by using common pretreatment methods for reducing chlorine levels by absorption onto activated granular carbon filter media. All Chemical GNC100 and PNC200 are most cost effective carbon based compounds available for the removal of Free Chlorine residual and many types of odours such as hydrogen sulphide (H2S), ammonia (NH3), Volatile organics, Off-gas from tank vents, decomposition odours from greenhouses, and general industrial odours.

  • GNC100 is a granulated form activated carbon and is used in many wastewater plants and general industry.
  • PNC200 is a powdered form activated carbon and is used in many wastewater plants and general industry.

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