Using Coagulant Aid, Poly Polypropylene Sediment, Ferrolite, Manganese Greensand, Cation Resin, and Anion Resin in Modified Water Treatment

Setyo Purwoto, Rusdiyantoro ., Budi Prijo Sembodo


Decrease of mineral content in water as drinking water quality parameters can be performed by using modified filtration materials in water  treatment, zeolith, silica sand, coagulant aid, active carbon, poly propylene sediment, ferrolite, manganese greensand, and ion exchanger.The findings of related previous research in terms of decreased water quality parameters performed by Coagulant Aid, Silica Sand, Ferrolite, Manganese Greensand, Synthetic Resins, and RO membrane indicated a decrease in water quality parameters in the following readings: Turbidity 150.85 NTU scale for turbidity, 148 PtCo for color, 8.71 mg/L Fe for iron, 71.43 mg/L CaCO3 for total hardness, 0.07 mg/L Zn for zinc, 24.08 mg L SO4 for sulphate, 0.29 mg/L LAS for detergent, in particular for the total coliform decrease of 600 MPN.The method employed in the present study as follows: the raw materials for water were processed starting with Sucolite SP 211 as Coagulant Aid, then filtration treatment using poly propylene sediment (SPP). Next was the following successive treatments; Ferrolite, Manganese Greensand, anion resin, and cation resin.In conclusion, the treatment of coagulant aid, poly propylene sediment, ferrolite, manganese greensand, cation resin, and anion resin in water treatment can decrease water quality parameters in the following readings: 1.360 mg/L for Total Dissolved Solid (TDS),  6.3 NTU scale for turbidity, 0.497 unit PtCo for color, 0.019 mg/L F for Fluoride, Total hardness 265.634 mg/L CaCO3, 292.878 mg/L Cl  for Chloride, Mangan 1.235 mg/L Mn, Nitrat 6.355 mg/L NO3-N, 0.01 mg/L Zn  for Zn, 0.001 mg/L CN for cyanide,  95.565 mg/L SO4 for sulfate, 0.029 mg/L LAS for detergent, and 3.140 MPN/100 mL for total coliform.

Keywords: coagulant, ferrolite, manganese greensand, anion cation resin.

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