TITANFLOC™

TITANIUM COAGULANT IS AN INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL WATER TREATMENT CHEMICAL, THAT INCREASES EFFICIENCY AND CAPACITIES OF WATER TREATMENT PLANTS AND REDUCES OVERALL COST OF PRODUCING DRINKABLE WATER.

The titanium coagulant forms polymeric 3D structures, which absorb pollutants from the water and produce an extensive water purification solution. It is a more effective substitution for traditional aluminum, and iron-based coagulants. After careful research and implementation, it has been proven to be a highly efficient water treatment reagent, which is both environmentally friendly, safe and most importantly cost reducing.

PATENTS

The product and the processes are protected by patents obtained in Canada, in the United States of America and in the Russian Federation.

TITANIUM COMPOSITION FOR WATER TREATMENT AND METHOD

PUBLICATION NUMBER: US 7964102 B2 
PUBLICATION DATE: 21-Jun-2011 
APPLICATION NUMBER: US 12/219,992 
FILING DATE: 31-Jul-2008 

COMPOSITION FOR PURIFICATION OF NATURAL AND SEWAGE WATERS

PUBLICATION NUMBER: CA 2412475 C 
PUBLICATION DATE: 30-Dec-2008 
APPLICATION NUMBER: CA 2412475 A 
FILING DATE: 25-Sep-2000 

APPLICATION

Titanium Coagulant removes organic substances, suspended solids, heavy metals and harmful substances, pathogens and microorganisms.

It can be synthesized in a number of grades, which makes it for a more powerful and less costly reagent in the removal of arsenic as well as a better solution in the elimination of the residual chlorine ion and in removal of the fluoride ion.

MAJOR MARKET SEGMENTS

  1. Municipal drinking water treatment 
  2. Municipal wastewater treatment
  3. Industrial wastewater treatment
  4. Swimming pool water treatment

TITANFLOC ADVANTAGES

Compared to the traditional coagulants, Titanfloc® is unsurpassed in performance because it enables the formation of polymeric structures (large flocs) with many adsorbing centres on their surface, and an array of micro-pores within the flocs. The adsorbing centres and micro-pores agglomerate various contaminants, whereas large-sized flocs ensure fast sedimentation.

> 15–70 % better removal of organic matter depending on incoming water

> 20 times better removal of pathogenic bacteria

>  Better removal of chlororganic substances by-product of pre-chlorination

> Better removal of heavy metals and complete removal of phyto- and zooplankton

> At sedimentation: very big flakes that settle very quickly at any temperature

> Volume of the resulting sludge is two to six times less than when alum/PAC are used, savings on sludge removal and transportation

> Highly effective in low temperature (0.6°C and up) water

> 2 to 3 times less than cost of treatment with titanium coagulant than treatment with polyaluminium chlorides (PAC) and more effective than with alum

> Secondary polution is reduced by 10 to 25 times compared to alum and PAC/PAX

> Quality of water purified with TC is higher than that of water treated with alum or PAC without any need for new equipment​

> No need for new equipment

> Highly effective in low temperature (0.6°C and up) water

> Works in cold water

TITANFLOC PERFORMANCE