Sodium Aluminate Liquid is extensively used in building chemicals, pulp and paper, municipal drinking water and waste water treatment systems.
Sodium aluminate liquid can function in applications without the need for caustic since it is an alkali. It offers a cheap supply of alumina that is highly reactive.
For the removal of phosphorus in municipal and industrial wastewater treatment facilities, sodium aluminate liquid is gaining popularity. Numerous facilities are adopting biological and chemical treatment systems for the reduction of nitrogen and phosphorus due to tighter discharge limitations. However, both of these treatment methods have the potential to reduce the effluent pH below acceptable discharge levels and deplete the available alkalinity.