Our flocculators can be designed to withstand any flow rate and space constraint. All fittings can be customised to ensure your flocculator easily integrates with your system…
The flocculation process removes particles in suspension by the addition of a coagulant, clustering them
into larger groups known as flocs. Depending on the density of the coagulated substance, the flocs may
rise to the surface (creaming), sink to the bottom (sedimentation), or held in suspension where it can be
filtered out. This occurs in a flocculation chamber.
Flocculation pipework allows the process to take place while the fluid is in movement, passing it through
a series of parallel pipes that increase the total pipe length within a contained area.