D.J. Gongol and Associates, Inc.
are manufacturer's representatives for Exceltec chlorination and dechlorination equipment and chemicals. Exceltec offers easy-to-use chlorination solutions for wastewater and potable water treatment.
Exceltec products include:
- Tablet Feeders that make wastewater and potable water treatment easy. The Exceltec feeder is inexpensive, reliable, and maintenance-free! Exceltec feeders have no moving parts to maintain and are rust- and corrosion-proof, and the tightly-controlled dissolve rate means better treatment for your entire system. granular or liquid chlorine and can be adjusted easily to suit your system's needs. Exceltec Tablet Feeders can be used for Aquaward potable-water chlorination tablets, Sanuril wastewater chlorination tablets, and D-Chlor dechlorination tablets.
- Aquaward chlorination tablets, designed to provide effective, unattended treatment for up to 10,000 gallons of potable water per day from a single unit. Additional units can be added to serve higher flow rates. The Aquaward tablet delivery system is safer to handle than granular or liquid chlorine and can be adjusted easily to suit your system's needs.
- Sanuril wastewater disinfection tablets, designed to treat 50,000 gallons per day from any sewage treatment plant or septic system. A Sanuril wastewater chlorination system uses the reliable and virtually maintenance-free Exceltec Tablet Feeders. Their simple yet reliable design means effective treatment with nothing more than inlet piping -- no power, wiring, bypasses, or external monitors necessary!
- D-Chlor dechlorination tablets for potable-water and wastewater treatment. Using the very same reliable, virtually maintenance-free Exceltec Tablet Feeders, D-Chlor dechlorination tablets remove residual chlorine from Sanuril and Aquaward treatment systems. D-Chlor is safe and easy to use -- eliminating the dangers of sulfur dioxide gas systems and concentrated sulfite. Use D-Chlor to remove oxidizers from systems using Exceltec tablet chlorination, calcium hypochlorite, sodium hypochlorite, hydrogen peroxide, chlorine dioxide, chlorine gas, or ozone.