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Rhoda Joy Baltazar TITLE Titanium coagulant for natural and waste water purification and disinfection and

method for utilizing therefore INVENTOR DATE PATENT NUMBER ABSTRACT

A composition comprising: a titanium coagulant for natural and waste water purification and disinfection, which titanium coagulant comprises the ingredients being taken in a ratio of: water no more than 7.4 weight %, aluminium oxide no more than 76.5 weight %, titanium oxide no less than 10.6 weight %, silicon oxide no less than 5.0 weight %, and sulfur, ferrous, calcium, chlorine accounting for no more than 0.5 weight % and a mixture of aluminium sulfate and/or aluminium oxychloride and/or aluminium hydroxychloride, characterized in that the weight percentage ratio of titanium coagulant to the mixture is 50:50. A method for treating water using natural polymers that provide an alternate and improved means to achieve enhanced coagulation is described. A method for removing particles, color, and color from drinking water, comprising adding a primary coagulant such as a natural, cationic polymer like chitosan or a cationic starch and a

Vladimir Muliak, Vladimir Rodak, Georgii Isaev

March 13, 2013

EP2567943 A1

Method of drinking water treatment with natural cationic polymers

coagulant aid such as bentonite to drinking water to form a

Donald Harleman, Susan Murcott

Aug. 6, 1996


mixture. A preferred concentration weight ratio of natural polymer to clay mineral is between 1:5 and 1:20. A composition for removing particles and color from drinking water is described that includes a natural, cationic polymer coagulant and clay mineral in a total amount effective to coagulate suspended material in the drinking water. The composition includes a weight ratio natural polymer coagulant/clay mineral of between about 1:5 to about 1:20.

Water treatment methods and systems

Thomas Meyn

May 2, 2013

WO2013061057 A1

Methods and systems for treating water comprising: a coagulation step (125)in which a coagulant is added to a water source to induce coagulation of natural organic

Rhoda Joy Baltazar

matter particles within the water; a membrane filtration step (150) in which the output water from the coagulation step (125) is passed through a semi-permeable membrane (150); and an alkaline filtration step (165) in which the output water from the membrane filtration step (150) is passed through an alkaline filter (165) to raise the pH of the water and induce precipitation of residual metals from the water. The use of membrane filtration technology provides an improved hygienic barrier as well as facilitating reductions in treatment plant size. Ceramic membranes can be operated at low pH levels where NOM and colour removal are optimized and marble filtration readjusts pH as well as buffering the output treated water.