How It Works

Our Products In Action

1. Evaluate Water Quality

Initial assessment phase

2. Introduce Flocculant Agent

Apply TigerFloc solution

3. Contaminant Aggregation Occurs

Particles bind together

4. Efficient Sediment Removal

Efficient Sediment Removal

General Information –

  • TigerFloc forms a flocculated suspension when mixed with water.
  • It binds and separates suspended sediments, heavy metals, and hydrocarbons from water.
  • It requires agitation to activate the flocculation process. (stirring or water flow/movement)
  • It works in hot or cold weather.

Photo 1

Showing two jars both containing samples of 500 NTU water.

Photo 2

The jar on the right was dosed with a 1-gram sample of TigerFloc and manually shaken for 30 seconds. The resulting turbidity was measured at 8 NTU.

Loose Granular Floc

This shows a control test of 500 NTU water being treated with a 1-gram dose of TigerFloc.

Photo 1 – Showing the turbid water, measured at approximately 500 NTU, before treatment with Tigerfloc.

Photo 2 – Showing the Tigerfloc Tube flocculant belt housing adaptor with 2-inch camlock connections.

Photo 3 – Showing the Tigerfloc Dewatering Bag (14’x14′ size) with post-treatment clean water entering the natural stream system. Water was measured to be less than 25 NTU, which was acceptable for release directly into the adjacent stream.

Tigerfloc Water Treatment Kit

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Floc Systems Inc.’s expertise stems from many years in the waste water treatment and sediment control sectors: helping owners, developers, and contractors save on water clean-up costs.

Monday - Friday (09:00 am - 05:00 pm)

#212, 12992-76 Avenue, Surrey, B.C. V3W 2V6 Canada

Tigerfloc flocculant products are available throughout Vancouver, West Vancouver, North Vancouver, Richmond, Coquitlam, Burnaby, Maple Ridge, Surrey, Langley, Delta, Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Victoria, Nanaimo, and Calgary for Erosion and Sediment Control (ESC) applications, and throughout BC, Alberta, Canada, and the United States,

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