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Chemical Precipitation Treatment for the Disperse Dyes Removal

  • Textile Coloration and Finishing
  • Abbr : Text. Color. and Finish.
  • 2002, 14(2), pp.40-50
  • Publisher : The Korean Society Of Dyers And Finishers
  • Research Area : Engineering > Fiber Engineering > Dyeing Engineering

Han, Myung-Ho 1 Manwoo Huh 1 박종득 1

1경일대학교

Candidate

ABSTRACT

In order to remove the pollutants effectively in the dye wastewater by chemical precipitation process, coagulation and flocculation test were carried out using several coagulants on various reaction conditions. It was found that the Ferrous sulfate was the most effective coagulant for the removal of disperse dye(B79), and we could get the best result for the removal of disperse dye(B56) in the aspects of TOC removal efficiency and sludge yield. When the Ferrous sulfate dosage was 800㎎/ℓ, the sludge settling velocity was very fast(SV30=4%), and the color was effectively removed in the disperse dye(B79) solution. Although the color removal was ineffective when the Alum was used as a coagulant, the sludge yield was decreased in comparison with the Ferrous sulfate or the Ferric sulfate was used in the disperse dye(B56) solution. The general color removal effect for the disperse dye(B56 and B79) solutions, the Ferric sulfate was more proper coagulant than the Alum. It was showed that TOC removal was improved 5% and over by the addition of Calcium hydroxide, and 30㎎/ℓ of sludge yield was decreased(B79). When Alum or Ferric sulfate was used as a coagulant, pH condition for most effective color removal was 5 in B56 solution. In case of Ferrous sulfate as a coagulant, most effective pH condition for color removal was 9. When Ferric sulfate or Ferrous sulfate was used as a coagulant, pH condition for most effective color removal was 9 in B79 solution.

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