AdEdge Bayoxide E33 Arsenic Media - 2.0 cu. ft.

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2.0 cubic feet of AdEdge Bayoxide E33 Arsenic Removal Media

For removal of Arsenic +3 and +5 from water supplies.

6.0 GPM for 2.0 cu. ft.

Media is rated for 6.0 GPM service flow for 2.0 cu. ft.

5.3 GPM Backwash Flow

Requires 5.3 GPM for backwash

Arsenic +3 AND Arsenic +5

Media removes arsenic +5 AND +3 equally well without the need of prior water treatmend for oxidation of arsenic +3.

100 ppb+ Arsenic Removal Levels

Bayoxide E33 arsenic media is rated at treating up to 100 ppb of arsenic with 95%-98% removal. Levels above this can be removed, but media life and effective removal rates may be lessened.

2-3 Year Life Span

With arsenic levels less than 100 ppb, the media will typically last 2-3 years before effluent arsenic levels exceed 10 ppb.

Bayoxide® E33 is a registered trademark of LANXESS Deutschland GmbH

Product Description

This media provides removal of As+5 AND As+3 in most applications. Arsenic levels up to 100 ppb can be treated with 95%-98% effectiveness. Amount of media needed for a stand-alone system can be determined by tank size.

12"x48" Tank - 2 cubic feet

13"x54" Tank - 2.7 cubic feet

More Info

Operation Conditions   Physical Properties
Service Flow 3.0 GPM/cubic feet Color Reddish brown
Mesh Size 16 to 50 Physical Form Sperical beads
Backwash Rate 2.8 GPM/cubic feet Bulk Density 55 lb/cubic feet
Bed Depth 24"
Standard Package 2.0 cubic foot pail (110 lbs)
Life Expectancy
Typical Results 2-3 years average dependant on contaminant levels, backwash flow rates, and backwash frequency
Service Flows
Service flow rate is the manufacturers recommendation for maximum contaminant removal at a constant flow for media alone. Intermittent flow rate and/or lower contaminant levels MAY allow higher treatment flow rates.

Backwash Flow Rates
The backwash flow rate is the minimum rate that MUST be available to ensure proper backwashing and adequate media life. While lower flows can be used and MAY provide adequate results, media life may be significantly reduced.
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