Mineral tanning, mainly based on the application of chromium, is the most popular process for large scale tanning because it works efficiently and produces leather with good physical and chemical properties.
The waste water is polluted with coarse particles, such as pieces of hide and hairs. Because of the tanning process the water can contain a large concentration of chromium and emulsified pollution.
Redox offers a wide range of waste water treatment units to remove these pollutions.
Products with branche Tanneries
Pipe flocculators, type RPF
The RPF flocculator is characterised by the plug flow principle. The retention time is almost uniform and the mixing energy in the cross-section of the pipe is constant.Read more
Flotation units, type GWL
The GWL flotation units are robustly built and characterised by large "free surface" areas.Read more
Flotation units, type WWL
The WWL flotation units are robustly built and characterised by large "free surface" areas.Read more
Biological waste water treatment systems, type FBR
The waste water (after primary treatment) is pumped into the aeration basin, which is filled with an activated sludge/water mixture.Read more