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Tigerfloc Water Treatment Kit

Here you can see one of our Tigerfloc Water Treatment Kits in use on a stream diversion and relocation project. A diversion and dam was constructed upstream of the new stream connection point and turbid water was contained within a temporary settling pond. A Tigerfloc dewatering bag was deployed mid stream with approximately 30 feet (10 metres) of 2 inch hose used in conjunction with a Tigerfloc Tube containing 2 Tigerfloc flocculant belts to treat the collected dirty water prior to discharge back into the natural stream.

Photo 1 - Showing the turbid water, measured at approximately 500 NTU, before treatment with Tigerfloc.

Photo 2 - Showing the Tigerfloc Tube flocculant belt housing adaptor with 2-inch camlock connections.

Photo 3 - Showing the Tigerfloc Dewatering Bag (14'x14' size) with post-treatment clean water enterring the natural stream system. Water was measured to be less than 25 NTU, which was acceptable for release directly into the adjacent stream. 

Tigerfloc Water Treatment Kit

Here is another successful example of one of our Water Treatment Kits in-use on a high density urban construction project. Turbid construction water was collected in an on-site sump within the excavation site prior to treatment with Tigerfloc. Water was pulled from the sump with a 2" trash pump and discharged through a Tigerfloc Tube containing 1-2 Tigerfloc belts connected to 30 feet of hose spread flat over a concrete walkway, ending in a 14'x14' Tigerfloc Dewatering Bag. The flocculated material was then captured within the bag and the treated water was able to be discharged directly into the city's storm system. 

Photo 1 - sump/dirty water collection area within the construction excavation

Photo 2 - clean water (post-treatment) being discharged directly into the city's storm system

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The photos below shows a control test of 500 NTU water being treated with a 1 gram dose of Tigerfloc. 

General information:

  • Tigerfloc forms a flocculated suspension when mixed with water 
  • Binds and separates suspended sediments, heavy metals and hydrocarbons from water 
  • Requires agitation to activate the flocculation process
  • Works in hot or cold weather

Photo 1 - Showing two jars both containing samples of 500 NTU water 

Photo 2 - The jar on the right was dosed with 1 gram sample of Tigerfloc and manually shaken for 30 seconds. The resulting turbidity was measured at 8 NTU.