01.23.13 -- Liquid Level/Interface Monitoring In Flocculant/Sludge Control
Liquid Level/Interface Monitoring In Flocculant/Sludge Control By Steven Craig, Fluid Components International (FCI)
In municipal and industrial wastewater treatment plants, sludge clarifiers are utilized to separate solids from the water treatment effluent system by introducing air and flocculants. The amount of air and flocculants are controlled by measuring the liquid level interface between the sludge and water.
This white paper presents four advanced rotor/stator technologies for ultra-high-shear mixing of fine dispersions, emulsions, and other applications beyond the capabilities of traditional single and multi-stage rotor/stator devices.
The Clip-Disc is designed for applications where ultra-hygiene and product purity are essential. All internal and external surfaces are smooth, and materials of construction are approved for use in the most hygiene conscious industries.
In dozens of industries and in millions of applications around the world, dangerous chemicals are transferred from their original shipping containers into smaller jugs or buckets, or applied to other end-use processes. Historically, the predominant dispensing method in many of these applications has been through an open system where the liquid is poured out of the container.