Chromate removal, the ins and outs of available technologies

Presented on Tuesday, December 3, 2019

Chromate is a potent carcinogen found in many potable water supplies at concentrations sufficient to require treatment.  Options for treatment include both precipitation and ion exchange methods.  In this workshop we will review the options and chemistry of both treatment methods including chemistry and chemical feed requirements, sizing, equipment footprints, labor, and changes in water composition resulting from treatment.

The workshop will also review several case histories for chromate treatment systems that are in operation that have switched from one form of treatment to another and the rationale behind changing methods.

Peter Meyers
Technical, ResinTech Inc
Peter Meyers is technical director for ResinTech Inc., of West Berlin, N.J. ResinTech is an ion exchange resin manufacturer and, through its two divisions Aries and ACM Company, also offers activated carbon, inorganic selective exchangers, cartridge filters and PEDI regeneration services. Meyers has more than 30 years of experience covering a wide range of ion exchange applications from demineralizers, polishers, and softeners to industrial process design and operation.

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