Advantages of Using Halosil in Waste Water Treatment
Biocatalytical effect (process acceleration by oxygenation)
Control of filament–forming bacteria
Oxidation of sulfur and phenolic components
Reduce environmental footprint
Eliminate toxic disinfection by-products
Halosil decomposes into water and oxygen
Halosil is NOT Hydrogen Peroxide
Halosil has multiple mechanisms of killing action. H202 has one.
Halosil is thermally stable, non-flammable and non-combustible. H2O2 is highly reactive as temperatures rise.
Halosil has exceptional in-use stability and efficacy, providing long-term residual antimicrobial effect. H2O2 rapidly decomposes in-use without leaving any residual.
H2O2 produces 3x more gas than Halosil.
Halosil is an excellent source when supplemental oxygen is required to increase capacity of biological oxidation.
Halosil is a simple and effective treatment for de-bulking activated sludge, eliminating filamentous bacteria and maintains clean status for weeks or months.
Halosil has demonstrated to significantly reduce TTHM, HAA% as well as improved TOC reduction in doses as low as 0.5 mg/L.
Halosil can be used to oxidize sulfides present in waste water. Halosil may also be used as a final polishing treatment to meet discharge standards when air oxidation on the presence with catalysts is not sufficient.
Halosil can be used for sulfide control in poorly ventilated pipelines, sewers and large catchment areas.
Halosil can completely and irreversibly eliminate Hydrogen Sulfide, preventing formulation and destroying it if already present.
Case Study: PEMEX Waste Water Plant (PTAR) Effluent Treatment
Halosil controlled and maintained microbiological conditions well below specifications
Halosil treatment achieved 80% cost savings compared to bromine. Only 3ppm of Halosil was necessary compared to 100ppm of bromine, 20ppm of chlorine gas
Halosil met all environmental requirements, especially in ecological-sensitive river outlets