HESCO ProactiView Issue #5 September 2006 – Chlorine Feed Systems
Disinfection is a crucial process in virtually all water and waste water treatment facilities. Chlorine gas is inexpensive to purchase, and highly effective, but the safety precautions are extensive and a leak can be devastating. Liquid Sodium Hypochlorite is safer and effective, but stills needs careful handling, and off-gassing can bind pumps if not properly vented. This ProactiView addresses all the pros, cons, benefits and safety concerns of both gas and liquid chlorine, so you can make an informed decision.
Chlorine Gas Feed Systems
- Hydro Instruments Home Page
- Typical 50 ppd Gas Feed System Automatic Switchover System with Autovalve (PDF)
- Practical Advantages of Chlorine Gas Disinfection
- Economic Advantages of Chlorine Gas Disinfection
- Halogen Valve Systems Emergency Shutoff Systems and Gas Detectors
FREE Offer ($39.95 value)
PULSAfeeder Metering Pump Handbook – comprehensive design manual. First 15 requests called in to HESCO receive free handbook.
Liquid Feed Systems
See this link for PDF files of the following:
- Pulsar HypoPump: Innovative Hydraulic Diaphragm Metering Pump or Vapor Handling
- PULSAfeeder Hydraulic Metering Pumps: Designing a Trouble-Free Feed Pump Installation
- PULSAfeeder Eclipse Series Gear Pumps
- PULSAfeeder Isochem Centrifugal and Gear Pumps
Ultraviolet and Ozone Disinfection
- Infilco Degremont Aquaray UV Disinfection System
- Ozonia Ozone Disinfection
Assorted Other Resources
Call Kevin Livingston or Glenn Hummel at 586-978-7200 and mention that you are following up on the ProactiView on Chlorine Disinfection. We will be happy to discuss with you the details of your specific application and begin to help you choose the right equipment.
Email Kevin Livingston or Glenn Hummel directly. Be sure to include your name, contact information, and brief description of your situation, needs and questions.