Flocculation desired: Monitoring the wastewater treatment process by determining particle size and zeta potential
Purifying wastewater embraces removal of unwanted particles as well as the addition of substances to adjust water parameters such as the pH value or conductivity. Within the wastewater cleaning process flocculation agents or coagulants, are added in order to induce aggregation of particulate matter, to easily be removed by filtration, sedimentation or flotation. Particle Size and Zeta potential measurements are useful tools to monitor the wastewater treatment process but also to optimize the coagulant dosing.
Join this webinar and learn about:
- How to optimize a measurement setup for coagulant dosing
- Typical results for monitoring wastewater treatment by:
- Dynamic Light Scattering (DLS) technology
- Zeta potential measurements
- Laser diffraction technology
Municipal wastewater treatment using MBR membrane bioreactor technology
Nicole Koch works as application specialist for particle characterization and surface charge at Anton Paar GmbH. She studied Biochemistry / Molecular Biology at the University of Jena, Germany and earned a PhD in Biochemistry before joining Anton Paar.
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