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- ◇ Coagulant dosage determination based on colloid coagulation theory.
- ◇ Optimal dosing of coagulant depending on inflow water quality change.
- ◇ Stable operation even though highly turbid raw water inflow
- ◇ Optimal Flocculation, Membrane Pretreatment, T-P Removal and Polymer dosage control for a decanter
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- Derek Kim, EST & ES, Inc., email@example.com
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◇ Fast and real-time responses to fluctuating flow-rates and variable influent water qualities allows for chemical cost savings.
- Avoiding over-dosing or under-dosing as well as determining the ideal dosage is in direct response to fluctuating flow-rates and variable influent water qualities.
- Cost savings include O&M, chemical, and sludge disposal.
◇ Maximizes the efficiency and the convenience for operators.
- Fully automated system with easy maintenance.
- Data logging to show real-time chemical dosage at a glance.
- Automated control over chemical dosing to meet all effluent goals.
◇ Robust design and construction for long-term operation and minimal maintenance.
- Highly durable system that includes raw water sampling, piston/measuring cell, and self-cleaning analyzers.
- Stable operating system that allows for the measurement of water high turbidity and sludge. (e.g., over 1,000 NTU and 30,000 mg/L of MLSS)
◇ Self-recovery functions through self-diagnostic measurements allows for resolutions to technical issues.
- 19 different alarms triggered by self-diagnostic measurements
- The system will resume operation when all the technical issues are resolved and the triggered alarms are removed.
- Optional text messaging to an operator to inform them when an alarm has been triggered.
◇ Condition of Sample
- Minimum sample volume : 10~18ml
- Maximum Electric Conductivity of sample: 11 mS/cm
◇ Titration system
- Selectable end point measurement method