PEFTEC 2017 - Abstract

Abstract Title: Free Radicals Technology for water treatment
Abstract Type: Oral
Session Choice: Water Treatment
Presenter Name: Dr Ramsey Haddad
Company/Organisation: Free Radicals Technology
Country: United Kingdom

Abstract Information :

Free Radicals Technoogy is a new technology, environmentally friendly to purify & treat water & industrial wastewater without using chemicals. It is easy to install, service and maintain. It is faster & cheaper than current technology in use where other conventional chemical & other treatment inadequate or incapable of fulfilling the rule.

Free Radicals Technology (FRT) led to a new engineering solution one of the greatest break through water & wastewater treatment.

It is a technology in its own entity, that can be used to both treat the whole remit of recovery and reuse of contaminated water, but by its adaptation and application has proven in prototype and various field trials a whole new, and very interesting development of fruit / vegetable and horticultural benefits.

Solids are agglomerated to particle sizes in the range 20-50 microns. The agglomerated solids can be separated by various filtration systems either using 'dead end' or 'cross-flow' filtration technology.

Both the separated solids (retentate) and filtrate (permeate) would have been subjected to the Free Radicals treatment and therefore can be considered virtually sterile.

The Free Radicals are produced within the Patented Electrochemical Cell; they breakdown the bond binding the hydrogen and oxygen atoms in the water molecules to generate Reactive Oxygen Specious such as hydroxyl radicals, hydrogen peroxide

A chain reaction is triggered by the Free Radicals to generate Reactive Oxygen Specious such as hydroxyl radicals, hydrogen peroxide, Ozone and other peroxides as well as Chlorine Dioxide.

The combination of Free Radicals and Oxidants produce one of the strongest oxidising agents known, capable of destroying organic chemicals and micro-organisms, such as Bacteria, Virus Spores, Cysts, Fungi, Algae etc. breaking them down into CO2 and H2O.