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Clack MTM

Clack MTM
Clack MTM
Item #:MTM
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One Cubic Foot of Clack MTM For Iron, Manganese and Hydrogen Sulfide Reduction

Clack MTM is a granular manganese dioxide filtering media used for reducing iron, manganese and hydrogen sulfide from water. Its active surface coating oxidizes and precipitates soluble iron and manganese. Hydrogen sulfide is oxidized to a sulfur. The precipitates are filtered out in the granular bed and removed by backwashing.MTM consists of a light weight granular core with a coating of manganese dioxide. The coating provides an example of contact filtration where the media itself provides the oxidizing potential. This allows for a much broader range of operation than many other iron removal medias. A pH level as low as 6.2 can be treated. Dissolved oxygen is not essential. The medias light weight reduces backwash water requirements.

When the oxidizing power of MTM is reduced, the bed has to be regenerated with a weak solution of potassium permanganate (KMnO4), thus restoring its oxidizing capacity. A regenerating solution of 1 to 2 ounces (dry weight) of potassium permanganate per cubic foot is sufficient for normal regeneration. Upon start-up a new bed should be backwashed and caution taken to insure that the lightweight media is not backwashed to drain. A new bed should be regenerated the evening of installation. Operating the filter after its oxidizing capacity is exhausted will reduce its service life and may cause staining.

MTM requires either intermittent or continuous regeneration to maintain its oxidizing capacity. A solution of potassium permanganate (or chlorine then potassium permanganate) can be pre-fed to maintain capacity. In the latter case, the manganese dioxide coating acts as a catalyst to enhance the oxidation reaction and as a buffer to reduce any excess potassium permanganate concentration and prevent it from entering the service lines.

Addition of other chemicals to influent or backwash water which contacts MTM media may inhibit iron, manganese or hydrogen sulfide removal or may break down or coat MTM media. Before adding any chemical to the influent or backwash water, other than chlorine or potassium permanganate, the chemicals compatibility with MTM should be thoroughly tested.

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