PH Correction Tank for Water Treatment

A pH Correction Tank is a tank designed to store water for long enough for the water be treated with acid or alkaline so that naturized effluent can be returned to drain.

These correction tanks are generally fitted with a top-mounted mixer to improves the efficiency and speed of which the chemical reagent works in the tank reducing the contact time for neutralisation. These incoming and outgoing flows in the pH neutralisation system are generally controlled by pumps activated by level controllers and low-level floats switches.

Enduramaxx PH Correction Tank

Enduramaxx manufactures a range of tank which are suitable for pH correction either with a flat base, but more commonly shallow cone bottom tanks are used. These enable a complete drain of the tank through the conical sump under the tank. These tanks can be customised with flanges for incoming and outgoing pipework, BSP sockets for level controllers, and pipework to suit your project.

What chemicals are used to adjust pH?

The most common chemicals used for neutralizing acids or bases are sodium hydroxide and sulfuric acid. To raise the pH of an acidic liquid, sodium carbonate, ammonium hydroxide, calcium hydroxide or magnesium hydroxide can also be used.

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