Proflo+

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Normally used in conjunction with our Proco range of products to enable the separation of paint, lacquer, glue etc. from industrial water. Once separated the solids can be removed either manually, by skimming the surface of the water, or by filtration.
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Proflo+ is normally used in conjunction with our Proco range of products to enable the separation of paint, lacquer, glue etc. from industrial water. Once separated the solids can be removed either manually, by skimming the surface of the water, or by filtration.

When using these products together you will be able to clean your waste water. If this water is within a spray booth then the booth will be running on clean water meaning that blockages and cleaning downtime are a thing of the past. As is disposing of the water. As you are removing waste, it is not sitting in the booth therefore you can continue to use the same water. No more expensive water disposal costs and no more wasting fresh water. Simply recycle and use the water over & over again. If the water is produced by a cleaning or flushing process then you will no longer have to store the water whilst it waits for expensive disposal. Once treated and filtered, the water can possibly be put back into the cleaning or flushing process so, once again, saving water by recycling.

The working concentration of Proflo+ can vary depending upon the type of waste it is being used to treat. Generally it is used at around 0.6% of the total water volume and, if being used within an installation, this concentration is maintained with daily or automated doses.

  • Clear liquid
  • pH 7 (neutral)
  • 0.2 - 0.5% working concentration
  • Density >1
  • Soluble in water

How much Proflo+ should be added to the booth water?

This can vary depending upon the type of contaminant we are working but, for a starting concentration, we would normally work upon 0.5% of the booth volume but this has been as low as 0.2% but, very rarely, higher than the 0.5%

Why do I need to use Proflo+?

If you want to be able to filter the contaminants from your water then you will need to use Proflo+. If this is the route you wish to take then you would have to use a coagulant from our Proco range to separate the solids from the water, these solids are then pulled together by the Proflo+ into particles large enough to be filtered.