Kemira
Kemira is committed to being a leading water chemistry company. Our strengths are high-level application know-how, a comprehensive range of high quality products for environmentally-friendly and cost-effective water (wastewater) treatment and reliable customer deliveries. Kemira’s broad product offering covers multiple applications for municipal and industrial facilities, including: - Coagulation and Flocculation - Sludge Dewatering - Odor Control - TOC/DBP Precursor Removal - P/Struvite Removal - Turbidity Removal - Arsenic Removal - Desal Pretreatment Kemira manufactures the following products in plants throughout North America, all of which are NSF certified and meet AWWA specifications: Ferric Chloride, Ferric Sulfate (dry and liquid). Ferrous Chloride. Ferrous Sulfate, Polyaluminum Chloride (PAX and SternPAC), Aluminum Sulfate (iron-free and low-iron), Sodium Aluminate, various biocides, defoamers, and antiscalants and a wide range of polymers.

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316 Bartow Municipal Airport
Bartow, FL 33830
United States
Toll-free: 800-533-5990
Phone: 863-533-5990
Fax: 863-533-7077

Product Categories

Chemical, Coagulation/Flocculation; Chemical, Wastewater Treatment, Other; Chemical, Water Treatment, Other

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