Join Doug and John from IER (Inland Environmental Resources Inc.) as they explore the reactivity difference between two competing magnesium hydroxide products on the market. In a test designed to show the difference in reactivity of magnesium hydroxide, they’ll highlight the difference between these two products and what that means for wastewater treatment.
In this test, Doug and John will take equal doses of ALKA-Mag+ (IER’s 60% Magnesium Hydroxide) and a key competitor’s 60% magnesium hydroxide, add them into acid, and then track the increase in pH over time. Then they’ll explore the relationship between stability and reactivity and discuss the different results.
After the experiment: Key takeaways
ALKA-Mag+ Magnesium Hydroxide Mg(OH)2 is a safe and cost-effective alternative to the use of Sodium Hydroxide [Caustic Soda, NaOH] for wastewater alkalinity and pH adjustment. ALKA-Mag+ is also a safe, environmentally-friendly, and cost-effective alkalinity agent for treating wastewater in the collection system to control odor and corrosion associated with hydrogen sulfide (H2S) and other organic acidic contaminants.Find Out More
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