Treating Fluorescent Dye Penetrant Water

Jul 20 2014

This type of wastewater contains a fluorescent dye that is commonly used during nondestructive testing. A type of inspection process commonly used in the Automotive and Aerospace industries. This process is used to detect small cracks in critical components. The water shown in the video is water from the rinsing process. This water contains the fluorescent dye which is commonly removed by filtration or encapsulation by bentonite clay to absorb the dye penetrant oil.

Look at this demonstration to see how electo-coagulation is able to treat and remove the fluorescent dye completely without the use of chemicals and using only electricity. The dye is removed effectively without expensive ultrafiltration systems or bulky bentonite clay systems.

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