Colarasis Offers New Water Treatment Method

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Paper mill clarification is the ideal method of paper production.

Colarasis, Inc. has a new method of water treatment and purification which recovers fibers otherwise lost in water waste and permits the use of water over and over, thus cutting cost. This process is called paper mill clarification.

Fibers broken down in chemical solutions containing this processed water make the chemicals much more active and effective, and the fibers become magnetically aligned so that no weak spots exist in paper produced by this method.

The higher-quality paper, a reduction in the cost of production, greater tensile strength and cheaper installation of this clarifier make it the ideal method of paper production from any standpoint.

This clarifier can be built to purify any flow of water needed. We estimate the cost of reclaiming water to be approximately .03 cents per 1,000 gallons. This also includes the cost of reclaiming chemicals and fibers otherwise lost in waste.

If the size of the system warrants it, there are gases released during the processing of water as well as available natural organic gasses which can be vacuumed and piped to the boilers for fuel, or to a gas generator to help supply electricity for the system which would further contribute to the economy of purification.

These same principles can be applied to any contaminated water whether it is from a petro-chemical production plant, refineries, or any processing plant where contamination of water occurs. The application varies according to the contamination.

To learn more about the paper mill clarifier, visit Colarasis, Inc. online at http://www.colarasis.com/.

About the company:
Colarasis, Inc. has been in business since May 2010. They offer an electro-chemical underground conversion process for primary and secondary hot oil well stimulation and recovery. This new technology involves the enhanced recovery of crude oil. The technology offered by Colarasis controls and highly improves viscosity and flow factors, and the potential for heavy paraffin and asphaltic deposits. Colarasis also has technology for selectro-magnetic water purifier, salt water conversion, sewage treatment, paper mill clarification and contaminate clarification.

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