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Chemical Dosing For The Surface Finishing Industry
Chemical Dosing For The Surface Finishing Industry – Enduramaxx works closely with customers with chemical dosing for the surface finishing industry supplying customers with dosing tanks, bunded storage tanks and bespoke acid dip tanks for storage tanks and dosing tank equipment for process control and the effluent treatment. The finishing industry is a big user of water and chemicals, and we’ve worked to offer an extensive range of moulded and bespoke solutions depending on the customer’s needs.
The moulded chemical dosing tanks have a raised section for mounting chemical dosing pumps which are designed to precisely dose chemicals into a process. These dosing tanks are available with bunds and fabricated cabinets which are chemical resistant. Enduramaxx dosing tanks are part of a more extensive range of effluent treatment products we manufacture including bunded tanks, acid pickling tanks, spent effluent tanks, break tanks for mains water supply as well as mixer tanks for neutralising effluent streams by using equipment such as v-notch wire tanks for consent to discharge.
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Our Chemical Dosing For The Surface Finishing Industry Applications products are used for many applications including;
- Dosing tanks for plating bath chemicals
- Effluent and dip tanks
- Fabricated cabinets for dosing pump and tank mounting
- Chemical mixer tanks
- pH neutralisation and pH dosing equipment
- Process and effluent treatment and chrome reduction.
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Pickling is a metal surface treatment used to remove impurities, such as stains, inorganic contaminants, rust or scale from ferrous metals, copper, precious metals and aluminium alloys. A solution called pickle liquor, which usually contains acid, is used to remove the surface impurities. Metal can contain impurities that may affect usage of the product or further processing like plating with metal or painting. Various chemical solutions are usually used to clean these impurities. Strong acids, such as hydrochloric acid and sulfuric acid are common, but different applications use various other acids. Also, alkaline solutions can be used for cleaning metal surfaces. Solutions usually also contain additives such as wetting agents and corrosion inhibitors. Pickling is sometimes called acid cleaning if descaling is not needed.