Typical application in Water Treatment
Dosing additives to prevent lead or copper precipitation
Public water systems commonly add phosphates to the drinking water as a corrosion inhibitor to prevent the leaching of lead and copper from pipes and fixtures. Inorganic phosphates (e.g. phosphoric acid, zinc phosphate, and sodium phosphate) are added to the water to create orthophosphate, which forms a protective coating of insoluble mineral scale on the inside of service lines and household plumbing. The coating serves as a liner that keeps corrosion elements in water from dissolving some of the metal in the drinking water. As a result, lead and copper levels in the water will remain low and within the norms to protect the public health.
Bronkhorst Flow Solutions
Bronkhorst® specializes in low flow Mass Flow Meters and Controllers for liquids and gases. Our Coriolis principle based instruments are designed to accurately measure and control flow ranges from 0.1 g/h up to 600 kg/h. They are suitable for numerous applications, also in the field of water treatment. Combined with a (gear) pump or (shut-off) valve, compact liquid mass flow dosing modules can be offered as an alternative to manually adjusted volumetric metering pumps. Watch our video to learn more about the working principle.
How does the Coriolis principle work?
Brochure: Liquid Dosing Module
In addition to the extensive standard product range, based on more than 35 years of experience and market driven innovation, Bronkhorst collaborates with customers to develop the best customized process measurement and flow control solution.
Our global perspective with local focus ensures that our international network of Bronkhorst offices, distributors and other partners is able to provide on-site support and discuss the best solution for many different applications. This approach also includes product adjustments, customized solutions and 24/7 service support to ensure that the finer details of your application will always be covered and available.
For more information, see our brochure Liquid Dosing Module for Water Treatment.