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