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Treatment of Textile Industrial Wastewater from Water Jet Loom Machine

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  • 1. TREATMENT OF TEXTILE INDUSTRIAL W ASTEWATER FROM WATER JET LOOM MACHINEKhanittha CharoenlarpRajamangala University of Technology KrungthepThailand.
  • 2. Introduction The textile industry is a very diverse and broad manufacturing sector.  Yarn production.  Fabric production.  Finishing.  Fabrication.
  • 3. Yarn productioncarding spinning
  • 4. Fabric production Weaving Knitting
  • 5. FinishingBleaching Dyeing Printing Finishing
  • 6. Fabrication
  • 7. Introduction W eaving is one of the primary methods of textile production. It involves interlinking a set of vertical threads with a set of horizontal threads.
  • 8. Weaving loom Conventional loom Air jet loom Water jet loomrapier loom
  • 9. Water jet loom
  • 10. Water jet loom Advantage  Disadvantage  Wide variety of  High amount of fiber and yarn wastewater. types.  Wastewater  Widely used for contaminate with apparel fabrics. oil and sizing  Decreasing of agent. noise.  Decreasing of damage yarn.
  • 11. Introduction This sizing agent  Polyvinyl alcohol  Acrylic  Lubricant substances The oily wastes  Objectionable odors  Undesirable appearance  Toxic  Limits oxygen transfer
  • 12. W astewater Treatment inTextile Industry Biological treatment Dissolved air floatation Coagulation-flocculation Membrane process
  • 13. Coagulation Flocculation Chemical coagulants cause formation of a sludge phase that can be separated by density difference. Major coagulants:  Al2(SO4) 3.14H2O (Alum)  FeCl3.6H2O  Fe2SO4
  • 14. Destabilization
  • 15. Electro-coagulation Defined:Similar to Chemical CoagulationDestabilize Charged ParticlesPhysical Removal (Settling)
  • 16. Electro-coagulation can remove a widerange of pollutants at the same time:  suspended solids  dyes  emulsion  organic matters  heavy metals
  • 17. Objective Investigating the efficiency of the method for treatment of wastewater from water jet loom machine by comparison between chemical coa gulation and electrocoagulation.
  • 18. Method Analysis of wastewater from jet loom machine Chemical coagulation experiment Electrocoagulation experimental
  • 19. 1. Analysis of wastewater from jet loommachine• The weaving wastewater from jet loom machine in Chonburee Province, Thailand was used in this study.• The properties of wastewater to be analyzed were turbidity, suspended solid (SS), total solid (TS), oil content and chemical oxygen demand (COD).
  • 20. Measurements pH conductrometer turbidimeter
  • 21. Measurements Dissolved solid and suspended solid
  • 22. 2. Chemical coagulation experiment The influence factors of the chemical coagulation condition  Type and amount of coagulant  Type and amount of coagulant aids  pH  Stirring rate
  • 23. Chemical coagulation ParameterCondition Value10% aq of coagulant (mL) 1.0,2.0,3.0,4.0,5.0 and 6.00.1% aq of coagulant aids 1.0,2.0 and 3.0(mL)pH 4,5,6,7,8, and 9Rapid stirring rate (rpm) 100, 120 and 150Slow stirring rate (rpm) 30,60,90,120,150 and 180
  • 24. 3. Electrocoagulation Experimental
  • 25. Electrocoagulation parameter Condition ValueElectrode material Al and FeElectric potential (V) 20,25,30 and 35Contact time (min) 30,60,90,120,150 and 180
  • 26. Results Properties of wastewater from water jet loom machine. Parameter mean SD Standard ValuepH (25oC) 7.5 0.2 5.5-9Turbidity (NTU) 188.7 4.1 -COD (mg/ L) 1601.1 317.5 120SS (mg/ L) 157.0 12.0 <50TS (mg/ L) 2969.0 98.6 <3000Oil content (mg/L) 571.8 64.8 5.0
  • 27. The influence factors of chemicalcoagulation F-test at 0.05 level of significance. Type and amount of coagulant, type and amount of coagulant aids, pH of solution and stirring rate were affected significantly with the efficiency of turbidity removal.
  • 28. Effect of type and amount of coagulants 88%( ) 10% w/w aq Aluminum sulfate( ) 10% w/w aq Ferrous sulfate() 10% w/w aq Ferric chloride
  • 29. Effect of pH
  • 30. Effect of type and amount of coagulant aids() 10%w/w aq aluminium sulfate + 0.01%w/w aq anionic polymer() 10%w/w aq aluminium sulfate + 0.01%w/w aq cationic polymer
  • 31. Effect of stirring rate
  • 32. Effect of stirring rate
  • 33. The influence factors ofelectrocoagulation  F-test at 0.05 level of significance.  Electrode materials, Electric potential, and contact time were affected significantly with the efficiency of the turbidity removal.
  • 34. Effect of electrode materials() Aluminium electrode () iron electrode
  • 35. The effect of electric potential andcontact time () 20V ()25V ()30V (x)35V
  • 36. Conclusions The significant influence on the treatment efficiency of chemical coagulation.  The type and amount of coagulant  The type and amount of coagulant aids  Initial of pH  Stirring rate
  • 37. Conclusions The significant influence on the treatment efficiency of electrocoagulation.  Electrode material  Electric potential  Contact time
  • 38. Optimum condition of chemical coagulation method 10% w/ of aluminum sulphate 80 mL and w 0.01% w/ of cationic polymer 32 mL per 4 L of w wastewater. The mixture solution was rapidly stirred with 120 rpm for 1 min and then slowly stirred with 20 rpm for 20 min. The removal efficiency of turbidity, COD and oil content were 89%, 85% and 71%, respectively.
  • 39. Optimum condition ofelectrocoagulation method Aluminum electrode with 35 volts and 150 min of contact time. The removal efficiency of turbidity, COD and oil content were 99%, 97% and 87% respectively.
  • 40. Acknowledgement The authors would like to thank Rajamangala university of Technology Krungthep for the financial support and also grateful to Assist.Prof. Dr. Waraporn Tanakulrangsarn and Assist.Prof. Puangmanee Tantiwong for theirs valuable comments and suggestions. Thank you for your attention