Applied Polymer Systems
APS 700 Series Floc Logs are a group of soil-specific tailored log-blocks that contain blends of water treatment components and polyacrylamide co-polymer for water clarification. They reduce and prevent fine particles and colloidal clays from suspension in stormwater. There are several types of Floc Logs designed to treat most water and soil types. Contact Applied Polymer Systems, Inc. or your local distributor for free testing and site-specific application information.
Mine tailings and waste pile ditches
Stormwater drainage from construction and building sites
Road and highway construction runoff ditches
Ditch and treatment system placement for all forms of highly turbid waters (less than 4% solids)
Dredging operations as a flocculent
Features and Benefits:
Removes solubilized soils and clay from water
Prevents colloidal solutions in water within ditch systems
Binds cationic metals within water, reducing solubilization
Reduces operational and cleanup costs
Reduces environmental risks and helps meet compliance
The 800 Series Pond Logs have been proven an effective method for clarification of pond-lake systems. In pond and lake systems the 800 Series Pond Logs can be introduced into the system when there is no natural agitator. Aerators/bubblers, floating fountains and man-made waterfalls can all be used to create the agitation needed to introduce the 800 Series Pond Logs into the system.