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Neutralization
Neutralization

pH neutralization is applied in water treatment setups to balance any excess acidity or alkalinity after other treatment steps. Most end users would require product water streams at pH values of 6.5 to 9.5, which could be maintained at the neutralization step installed post treatment.

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