|Column Size||100 mm|
|Flow Measurement Rotameter for Water||0.5 to 5 L/min|
|Pressure Taping||20 mm|
|Electricity Supply||220 V|
|Material||Borosilicate Glass Capacity: 1 Ltrs|
|Stirrer Speed||300 RPM|
|Impellers Paddle Type||50 mm x 15 mm|
|Spring balance||1 kg|
|Pins Diameter||12 mm 0.000 - 0.005 mm|
|Induction motor Speed||3 speed V -belt pulley|
|Driver motor||1 HP, 2800 rpm, single phase|
|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Unit|
|Water Source||Commercial Waste Water|
|Capacity Inlet Flow Rate||1000 m3/hour|
h. Any other dirt
That means waste water is generated at every wash and while designing the system In our quotation we are taking volume per waste water 100 to 1000 Ltr. Per hour has been considered.
The following process are involved in the process
a. Collection of wash water : The wash water is to be separated from the municipal system and collected separately in a tank.
The tank may be constructed underground where all wash water is collected by gravity. Alternatively a small collection pit may be constructed where all wash water collects and from there it could be lifted to storage tanks through a pump.
b. Transfer of effluents to the service tank (part of Equipments) by a pump and flow regulator.
c. Level Sensor to start and stop the pump. (Optional)
d. Controlled flow of water to ionisation module (Through pump and flow regulator - Part of Equipment)
e. Ionisation and coagulation module (Part of Equipment)
f. Tube Settler to separate coagulated Particles of higher size (Part of Equipment).
g. Final Media Filter (Part of Equipment).
h. Transfer of filtered water to clear water tank for reuse. (Arranged by Users)i. Mechanical Removal of floating sludge(Part of Equipment