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Linde LLC

WEFTEC Booth #8732 Kentia

Linde’s  Water Solutions for the Environment

Linde's solutions can be found throughout the water cycle, from drinking water to wastewater. Linde's SOLVOCARB and SOLVOX solutions are an efficient means to meter and dissolve CO2 and Oxygen in various applications during water treatment processes. 



SOLVOX AND SOLVCARB Solutions each provide;

  • Low investment and operating costs
  • Quick implementation with minimal capital
  • Up-to-date, economical and environmentally-friendly solution to many problems

SOLVOX® – wastewater treatment with oxygen.
SOLVOX allows for accurate dosing of oxygen in industrial and municipal wastewater treatment plants, where problems arise due to oxygen deficiency. Expensive conversion or extension of overloaded activated sludge plants can easily be avoided. 

SOLVOX® – drinking water treatment with oxygen
The use of pure oxygen instead of air to remove unwanted water constituents and to prevent corrosion offers numerous process-related and financial advantages:

SOLVOCARB® – neutralization of alkaline waters or process streams with CO2
Carbon dioxide is an environmentally-friendly, easy-to-handle and, above all, very safe neutralizing agent, compared with mineral acids. When used in the neutralization of alkaline wastewater, carbon dioxide offers the following advantages:

SOLVOCARB® – drinking water treatment with CO2.
In order to increase hardness or in lime-depositing water after rapid carbonate removal, carbon dioxide is the perfect way to adjust the lime-carbonic acid balance. Because of its very weak acidic properties, the use of carbonic acid as opposed to mineral acids offers considerable advantages. 

For more details on SOLVOX® and SOLVOCARB® please visit Linde engineers in booth #8732 and download information at

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