Actina™ is a pellet reactor process tailored to municipal drinking water softening. By reducing calcium hardness, Actina™ allows municipalities and industries to enhance the asset management of their distribution network while preventing negative impacts on the end users. This solution also allows a significant reduction of impacts on downstream on-site or centralized wastewater treatment. Reducing the number of individual, point-of-use softening devices will reduce the chloride loading on wastewater treatment systems.
Actina™ Enhanced combines coagulation with hardness and metal precipitation into one process step that maximizes performance, reduces overall operating costs and can eliminate the need for a separate pre-treatment technology.
ACTIFLO® Softening process combines chemical precipitation (lime softening) and ballasted clarification for efficient ground/surface water softening. This high rate softening process aids in hardness and alkalinity reduction for water quality improvement. This manageable softening process is a proven technology for total hardness reduction (calcium hardness and magnesium hardness), silica removal, metals removal, and decarbonation.
South Adams County WSD formed a Hardness Advisory Committee (HAC) to get community recommendations on the course of action for addressing water hardness in the District’s potable supply. After looking at numerous options, the HAC suggested, and the Board of Directors approved, hardness treatment with pellet softening.
A pilot study was conducted to demonstrate the ACTIFLO® Softening process in the removal of total hardness and alkalinity from the Okeechobee plant’s ground water source.
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