Inorganics coagulants based on iron

Iron chloride (FeCl) is a coagulant produced from chlorine—either virgin chlorine or chlorine from hydrochloric acid—and iron.

We supply both Iron chlorides in the following forms:

- Ferrous chloride (FeCl2)

- Ferric chloride (FeCl3)

Iron chloride acts as an inorganic coagulant. The coagulants are used to remove phosphate – a substance that has a fertilization effect in water, which could cause unwanted algae growth.

Iron chloride’s coagulation is an important process in water treatment to remove turbidity and particles, and to enhance sludge dewatering.

Inorganics coagulants based on iron