WSSCWater Solutions & Specialty Chemicals
Water Solutions & Specialty Chemicals (WSSC)
Chemtrade’s WSSC business segment operates an extensive North American plant network, producing both traditional industrial chemicals and customized solutions for our customers. The Water Solutions segment consists primarily of inorganic salts, used as coagulants by municipal and industrial customers to treat water and wastewater. Additionally, the Water Solutions team produces a group of products used by poultry growers, as litter amendments, to control ammonia volatilization and improve bird health and productivity.
Along with coagulants and poultry litter amendments, WSSC produces Specialty Chemicals used in a wide range of industries including the paint (ink, pigment, etc.), oil & gas, pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, food & beverage, and tantalum refining industries.
Information on Chemtrade’s NSF/ANSI/CAN (Standard) 60 Certified Drinking Water Treatment Chemicals can be found on NSF International’s Website. NSF International is a leading third-party product safety certification service.
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Ammonium Sulphate (Liquid)
Liquid Ammonium Sulphate
Liquid Ammonium Sulphate (LAS) has become widely accepted as a stable and effective source of ammonia for chloramination. Alternatives such as anhydrous or aqueous ammonia require pressurized storage tanks as well as special handling and safety procedures.
LAS can be metered to deliver a precise amount of ammonia. The LAS chemical replacement ratio for anhydrous ammonia is 10:1, providing a chlorine to ammonia ratio of 3-5:1. However, replacement ratios of less than 10:1 have been achieved with LAS due to its chemical efficiency. Unlike the alternatives which experience vapour loss, all of the ammonia in LAS remains bound in solution until it contacts chlorine.
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