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SORB 33™ Arsenic Removal System

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The SORB 33® arsenic removal system employs a simple process that flows pressurized water through a fixed bed pressure vessel containing the granular ferric oxide (Bayoxide® E33) or pelletized granular ferric oxide (Bayoxide® E33P) media
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SORB 33® ARS Series Standard Arsenic Removal Adsorption System

The SORB 33® arsenic removal system employs a simple process that flows pressurized water through a fixed bed pressure vessel containing the granular ferric oxide (Bayoxide® E33) or pelletized granular ferric oxide (Bayoxide® E33P) media. As the contaminated water passes through the media, arsenic is adsorbed and removed to a level below the drinking water standard of 10µg/L. Since the Bayoxide E33 media was developed to have a high capacity for arsenic, it achieves long run times before the media becomes exhausted. Exhausted media can be removed and sent to a non-hazardous landfill for disposal, meeting TCLP test.

Features:

  • Removes As (III) and As (V) to < 4µg/L
  • Bayoxide E33 media has high capacity for arsenic
  • Long media life
  • Very low residual effluents: <0.1% of water treated
  • No re-pumping required
  • No chemicals for regeneration
  • Low maintenance

Application
Used for arsenic removal from contaminated water.

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Datasheet: SORB 33® Arsenic Removal System

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SORB 33® ARS Series Standard Arsenic Removal Adsorption System


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