Chromafora is an innovative Swedish cleantech company that have unique purification technology and patented methods to remove heavy metals and PFAS from polluted water, and to extract valuable metals for recycling.
“When SÖRAB was investigating various PFAS treatment methods, Chromafora was one of the companies with whom SÖRAB had a great collaboration. What makes the Selpaxt method especially interesting is its ability also to separate short-chain PFAS to a high degree.”
“Chromafora has showed a genuine interest in the project since the very beginning and is dedicated to achieving a good outcome. They visit us regularly on site and we enjoy good, open and clear dialogs with operators as well as people from other parts of the organization.”
Removes PFAS from polluted water
PFAS are removed from polluted water by means of selective separation. Chromafora’s SELPAXT method captures more than 99% of PFAS chains, both long and otherwise hard-to-capture short-chain PFAS.
Removes heavy metals from polluted water
Heavy metals are removed from polluted water by means of selective separation, and the SELMEXT method is able to capture 99% of individual metals.
Valuable metals can also be extracted from waste streams for recycling and reuse by adding a step to the SELMEXT technology after separation.
TECHNOLOGY, SKILLS, OPERATION
Chromafora often install its technology in freight containers that are easily installed and to existing water streams. Chromafora brings the technology, expertise and take care of the operation while the customer only pays for the volume of detoxified water.
New study: Swedish method removes more than 99 percent of heavy metals from water
Environmental technology company Chromafora’s Selmext technology removes substances such as mercury and arsenic from water. A new laboratory study shows that the technology also removes more than 99 percent of uranium from leachate.- Historically, it has been...
The RISE research institute confirms the efficacy of SELPAXT on PFAS
Chromafora’s SELPAXT treatment method eliminates more than 99% of several toxic PFAS from water. This was shown in a recent study by the Swedish state-owned independent research institute, RISE. Read the press release here: Government study finds: New technology...