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Chlorination Methods

Chlorination Methods

Chlorination Procedure An amount of 20 gms of bleaching powder is required to disinfect 100 gallons of water.the measured quantity should be first mixedproperly with 5 gallons of water in a bucket and the solution should be allowed to settle. The supernatant solution should then be added in well or...
Disinfect Swimming Pool Water

Disinfect Swimming Pool Water

Water is a well known vehicle for transmitting diseases, the most serious of which come from ingestion typhoid, dysentery and cholera. In addition there are minor ailments, such as ear and eye infection and skin lesions, which are contracted merely by contact with the water. Respiratory disease may...
Disinfection in Wastewater Treatment

Disinfection in Wastewater Treatment

Disinfection Of Waste Water In this era of pollution awareness, a great deal of interest is centered upon the improvement of these effluents for industrial and agricultural reuse. The ultimate goal is of course reclamation of these effluents for industrial and agricultural reuse. the properties of...
Chemistry of Chlorine and Waste Water

Chemistry of Chlorine and Waste Water

The chemistry of the chlorination of potable water, waste water and industrial waste is fundamentally the same. The reaction differ only because of the difference in species and amounts of interfering substances, both organic and inorganic. The interfering substances are those that either...
Test for Residual Chlorine

Test for Residual Chlorine

Water Analysis for Chlorine The amount of residual chlorine left in the chlorinated water after the required contact period, can be experimentally determined by using any of the following tests: Orthotolidine test DiethIy-p-Phenylene-Diamine (DPD) test Chloroscope Orthotolidine Test In this test,...
Water Treatments Disinfectant

Water Treatments Disinfectant

Water Disinfection Method Disinfection Water treatment process can be control microorganism. This Disinfection designed by  water treatment plant product water storage tank or online pipe line in water treatment plant. Ozone Water Treatment: Ozone gas, O3, is a powerful disinfecting agent that can...
Chlorine Room

Chlorine Room

Safety Require for Water Treatment Plant Chlorine Cylinder  Room. Chlorine house should have to following features: The chlorine cylinders and feeders should be housed in an isolated room from the Water treatment plant, easily accessible, close to point of application and convenient for truck...
CHLORINATORS

CHLORINATORS

Hypochlorinators The simplest method of continuous chlorination of water supply systems for a water flow of less than 200 Lpm is by the use of a hypochlorinator. Hypochlorinators are motor driven pumps which are used to add hypochlorite solutions to water. The pump pulls the hypochlorite solution...
Cholorination

Cholorination

Water Chlorination Chlorination is the application of chlorine to the water for the purpose of disinfection. But the chlorination can also be used for taste and odor control, iron and manganese removal, and to remove some gases such as ammonia and hydrogen sulfide. Chlorination is currently the...
EFFICIENCY OF DISINFECTION

EFFICIENCY OF DISINFECTION

The efficiency of the disinfection depends upon the following factors: Nature of the disinfectant, Dose of the disinfectant, Length of contact time with the disinfectant, Temperature, Type and concentration of organisms in water to be disinfected, and pH of water Dose of Disinfectant A variety of...
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