PowerTech Water's ElectraMet Removes Heavy Metals
The electrochemical process uses carbon electrode technology to actively attract, immobilize and filter metals with 99% selectivity.
ElectraMet water treatment solution
PowerTech Water’s ElectraMet water treatment technology is designed to remove heavy metals from industrial wastewater. According to the company, it is highly selective and efficient in removing lead, copper, iron, manganese, nickel, zinc, chromium, cobalt and other metals from water streams. It is said the electrochemical process uses carbon electrode technology to actively attract, immobilize and filter metals with 99% selectivity, no sludge production and up to 90% reduction in OpEx. The company says that ElectraMet is suited for battery, electronics and metal finishing wastewater treatment. Visit ElectraMet.com.
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