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Conical Tanks for Stone Wastewater Treatment
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- Supplied as standard with full drain outlets
- Racking port available as an optional extra
- Available in black, boat blue dark green or natural colour
- 100% rust proof – UK manufactured – 10 year guarantee
Please note: Tank sizes quoted are subject to a +/- 3% variation
Conical Tanks for Stone & Cutting Wastewater Treatment
Conical Tanks for Stone Wastewater Treatment are used in stone fabrication & cutting wastewater for treatment of cutting wastewater. This water can be treated and reused or recycling for saving on input costs and disposal of wastewater costs. In the stone fabrication and cutting industry, a lot of tools and equipment rely on water to operate efficiently for extraction, cutting, and finishing.
As all these tools use a lot of water, they also produce a lot of wastewater. Thousands of litres of water are used daily to cut and polish marble, granite, quartz, ceramic, concrete, and stone. With the requirements for consent for discharge for wastewater and the rising cost of clean water, a lot of this water can be reused.
Benefits of Plastic Tanks
Conical plastic water tanks are popular in this industry as primary wastewater treatment for stone cutting water generally starts with solids separation in conical sedimentation tanks. These tanks use gravity to settle our larger particles as the heavier waste will drop to the cone of the tank. Consideration needs to be given to batch dumps of water, high-water and settlement times of the particles so the equipment is correctly sized.
Conical tanks are popular as settlement tanks as the steep cone allows the sludge to be drained of easier than a flat base tank. This allows these sedimentation tanks to be used as continuous flow tanks in treating, and reusing water at a quarry or processing facility.
Our Conical Tanks for Stone Wastewater
|Code||Stone & Cutting Conical Wastewater Treatment Tanks||Standard Outlet||Standard Lid||Dimensions (mm)||Product Link|
|1752014501-F||250 Litre 45 Degree Tank||1?||455||609 Dia x 1562 H||Product Link|
|1752024501-F||500 Litre 45 Degree Tank||2?||455||812 Dia x 1563 H||Product Link|
|1752033001-F||1000 Litre 30 Degree Tank||2”||455||1200 Dia x 1552 H||Product Link|
|1752091501-F||1100 Litre 30 Degree Tank||2”||455||1400 Dia x 1500 H||Product Link|
|1752053001-F||1360 Litre 30 Degree Tank||2”||455||1200 Dia x 1888 H||Product Link|
|1752094501-F||1500 Litre 45 Degree Tank||2”||620||1900 Dia x 1605 H||Product Link|
|1752063001-F||1700 Litre 30 Degree Tank||2”||455||1200 Dia x 2300 H||Product Link|
|1752083001-F||2100 Litre 30 Degree Tank||2”||455||1200 Dia x 2465 H||Product Link|
|1752103001-F||2700 Litre 30 Degree Tank||2”||455||1400 Dia x 2433 H||Product Link|
|1752071501-F||3000 Litre 15 Degree Tank||2”||620||1900 Dia x 1890 H||Product Link|
|1752113001-F||3250 Litre 30 Degree Tank||2”||455||1400 Dia x 3100 H||Product Link|
|1752133001-F||3500 Litre 30 Degree Tank||2”||620||2600 Dia x 1921 H||Product Link|
|1752074501-F||4000 Litre 45 Degree Tank||2”||620||1900 Dia x 2440 H||Product Link|
|1752124501-F||4900 Litre 45 Degree Tank||2”||620||1900 Dia x 2879 H||Product Link|
|1752154501-F||5900 Litre 45 Degree Tank||2”||620||1900 Dia x 3195 H||Product Link|
|1752164501-F||6900 Litre 45 Degree Tank||2”||620||1900 Dia x 3585 H||Product Link|
|1752143001-F||8000 Litre 30 Degree Tank||2”||620||2260 Dia x 2551 H||Product Link|
|1752183001-F||10000 Litre 30 Degree Tank||2”||620||2600 Dia x 3452 H||Product Link|
|1752253001-F||14000 Litre 30 Degree Tank||2”||620||2600 Dia x 3930 H||Product Link|
|1752283001-F||15000 Litre 30 Degree Tank||2”||620||2600 Dia x 4122 H||Product Link|
|1752500501-F||25000 Litre 5 Degree Tank||2”||620||3450 Dia x 3737 H||Product Link|
|1752550501-F||30000 Litre 5 Degree Tank||2”||620||3450 Dia x 4067 H||Product Link|
Primary Settlement Tanks for Stone Cutting Wastewater
Primary settlement tanks are used in the initial stages of water treatment processes. In these tanks, solid particles simply settle at the bottom of the tank, from where they can be removed.
Primary settlement tank features;
- High-level flanged inlet
- Centre diffuser pipe
- 30, 45 or 60-degree cone
- Flanged drain in the cone of the tank
- Optional high-level overflow weir
- Optional racking outlet at the top of the cone
These tanks are available up to 15,000 litres – more details here
Full Drain Sludge Tanks
Shallow base sludge tanks are available up 30,000 litres with a shallow base. These tanks are used as storage tanks, dump tanks or equalisation tanks and often fitted with a mixer or agitator to keep solids in suspension. These larger tanks are sited before the steep cone settlement tank – more details here.
View our article on how stone fabrication & cutting wastewater is treated & reused here
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