Wastewater Technology

Two-chamber polymer system.

In wastewater systems, chemicals are often dosed, depending on the demands on the cleaning performance and the degree of pollution of the incoming water. This may be acids or bases for neutralization or coagulation or flocculation agents for eliminating phosphate or improving the solid-matter separation.

For adjusting the nutritive-substance concentration in aeration plants it may be necessary to precisely add nitrogen or phosphate.

If a swimming lake serves as receiving water, the demands on the effluent quality are heightened. In such cases, appropriate biocides are often dosed for disinfection.

 

The increased request for eliminating phosphate, which resulted in the introduction of the third cleaning step in municipal wastewater treatment plants, gave rise to the demand for type-tested storage tanks and dosing systems for metering iron (III) chloride. MPT has gathered a lot of experience and a multitude of references for delivering dosing technology for wastewater treatment plants.

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Lamella clarifier.

Polymer preparation station for a coating line.

Three-chamber polymer system.

Wastewater treatment dosing systems chemical dosing

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