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AquaSplit and AquaShock coagulants destabilize the forces keeping colloids apart and greatly accelerate the settlement time of materials suspended in liquids. This enhances the capacity of wastewater treatment plants. For example, the capacity of a sewerage wastewater plant is determined by the volume of water it can store in batches for settlement processes.


In addition to improved settlement performance, AquaShock can increase the pH of liquid solutions and presents a superior offering in terms of effectiveness and price in the treatment of acid water in the mining industry.


Flokkit flocculant enhances the solid-liquid separation process as it gathers the destabilized particles together and causes them to agglomerate and drop out of the solution even more efficiently.


Customers relying on us for this technology, is seen where a combination of AquaSplit and Flokkit, is for example used by the largest South African producer of dairy products, to treat its effluent water in the butter production plant and to remove contaminants to such an extent that the water can be used for irrigation after treatment.

Another example is where Flokkit is used for the efficient removal of iron from borehole water to such an extent that the water can be used in the industrial process of the customer. The customer has become independent from the fresh water supply network.

Further examples from technical service work show that AquaShock, AquaSplit and Flokkit remove metals (Fe, Mo, Zn, etc) and ionic impurities (SO42-, etc), suspended solids, turbidity, etc. from wastewaters from various industries.

In addition to the abovementioned coagulants and flocculants, Mosmart Group Companies has the exclusive right to sell proprietary surfactant solutions from MSA.

Our surfactants modify the interfacial properties between water and other liquids, gases or solids. They lower surface and/or interfacial tension leading to improved wetting, emulsification, de-agglomeration or dispersing properties. Therefore, one can say they promote water to be used more efficiently or simply: “they make water work better” !

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