An Effective, Reliable, Self-Buffering and Economical Way to Control pH

Carbon Dioxide Replaces Mineral Acid to Reduce pH
There are important differences between using carbon dioxide and mineral acids. Carbon dioxide decreases the pH evenly. With mineral acids, the pH change is sudden and dramatic.
Water treatment plant
A Safer Alternative to Acid

It’s no easy task to run your water treatment facility as efficiently as possible while still meeting capacity demands and environmental regulations. But, at Linde we can help. We have extensive experience in using carbon dioxide to reduce pH in alkaline water for the water and wastewater industry. The carbon dioxide process is also self-buffering so the risk of over-correcting the pH is lessened. Oxygen & CO2 Options for Wastewater Treatment

Testing water for pH level
The Benefits of Carbon Dioxide

Replacing mineral acids with carbon dioxide for pH reduction offers many benefits. By no longer buying or storing chemicals that can do more harm than good, you are making your site safer while also reducing costs. This improved process can help you manage peak demand and capacity increases, increase plant flexibility, and lessen your impact on the environment. And when you’re supplied by one of the world's largest carbon dioxide suppliers, you can explore this alternative with confidence.

Carbon Dioxide for Mineral Acid Replacement

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