- OMEGA BP-4188 is a synergistic, uniformly soluble liquid blend, of two cationic coagulant substrates, polymerized with a medium molecular weight cationic polymer.
- In wastewaters with high dispersion qualities, chelated characteristics, and/or oil & grease loading, OMEGA BP-4188, neutralizes ionic charge differentials, complexes chelating agents, and absorbs oil & grease into a dense, dewatered floc matrix.
- Wastewater treated with OMEGA BP-4188 displays enhanced metal removal, reduced turbidity, and improved floc structure, size, and density.
- Dual cation formulation ensures complete neutralization of multi-metal effluents.
Type: Proprietary dual cation/polymer blend
Charge: Multivalent cations polymerized with cationic polymer
Molecular Weight: Net cationic
Appearance: Tan color
Odor: Mild odor
pH: (of concentrate) 1.0 to 2.0
Density: 1189 gm/l (11 lb/gal)
|Dosage Range and Feed Methods||
The OMEGA BP-4188 dosage range will vary based upon charge neutralization demand and conditioning requirements. The following should be used as a baseline for treatment. Upon the establishment of a baseline, actual conditioning results will dictate the OMEGA BP-4188 demand.
OMEGA BP-4188 should be fed as a concentrate; dilutions of this product create a decrease in product efficiency.
If diluted, consume OMEGA BP-4188 within 24 hours to assure hydration of the dilution does not reduce product effectiveness. Pump and feed lines should be of a plastic composition, i.e., PVC, polystyrene, etc..
|Safety and Handling||
OMEGA BP-4188 should not come in contact with skin, eyes, or hair. Use appropriate safety equipment to prevent contact. If contact does occur, flush area with water for 15 minutes. Seek medical attention if irritation develops. If eye contact occurs, flush eyes with water for 15 minutes and seek medical attention
|Container Size and Shipping||
OMEGA BP-4188 is available in 275 gallon totes, 55 gallon drums, and 5 gallon containers
EU sizing : 1040 Liter totes, 208 Liter drums, and 23 Kg containers
OMEGA BP-4188 is classified as non-hazardous via US DOT criteria. As with any chemical application for waste treatment, conform to all applicable regulatory criteria