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Industrial wastewater treatment relies on precise instrumentation to monitor and control various processes. Here are some key instrumentations used in Industrial wastewater treatment and serviced by LINOH2O:

  1. Level Sensors:

    • These devices measure and monitor fluid levels in closed containers or areas.

    • There are two types:

      • Point level sensors: Detect specific levels (e.g., high or low) and trigger actions.

      • Continuous level sensors: Provide real-time readings for precise control.

  2. Flow Measurement Instruments:

    • Accurate flow measurement is crucial for managing wastewater.

    • Examples include:

      • Ultrasonic level transmitters: Used for open channel flow measurement.

      • Magnetic flow meters: Ideal for full pipes and offer diagnostics.

      • Annubar® averaging pitot tubes: Used for aeration flow monitoring.

  3. Pressure Transmitters:

    • These instruments measure pressure in various parts of the system.

    • Applications include:

      • Monitoring air pressure in dissolved air flotation (DAF) systems.

      • Measuring pumping main pressure.

  4. Density Monitors:

    • Used for automatic desludging control.

  5. Non-Contacting Radar Level Sensors:

    • Suitable for primary and secondary clarifiers.

    • Provide accurate level measurements.

  6. Differential Pressure Transmitters:

    • Used for head loss across filters during sand filter backwash.

    • Also for monitoring final effluent discharge.

  7. Controllers and Automation:

    • Programmable controllers manage pumps, screens, and other equipment.

    • Automation ensures efficient and reliable operation.

Proper instrumentation enhances efficiency, safety, and environmental compliance in industrial wastewater treatment facilities.

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