Determining if the Fenton Process is right for your application

The Fenton Process

Wilson takes a phased approach to determine if the Fenton regent is a feasible treatment
method for your industrial treatment process. The first phase, Phase I, is what we call Fenton
Screening where COD is measured both before and after treatment to determine percent
reduction and give an estimate of chemical cost.

If the Phase 1 results are good, that is reaching the desired COD without excessive chemical addition a Phase II analysis is
recommended. The phase II analysis examines chemical dosages of iron, hydrogen peroxide,
lime, rise in temperature and reaction times. These parameters are the basic characteristics
required for engineering design, equipment selection, operational procedures, treatment time
and cost to treat. Wilson provides a written report for both the Phase I and Phase II testing.