Experiments

The process unit enables to develop and analyze the following issues:

  • Mechanical filtration
  • Chemical filtration
  • Adsorption process
  • Main parameters affecting filtration
  • Influence of feed flow rate on filtration
  • Automatic PID control (optional)

Specifications

  • Framework of stainless steel with castors
  • Process flow diagram in front of panel.
  • Sand filter with decreasing particle
  • Activated carbon filter
  • 4 pressure gauges, at inlet and outlet of filter tanks
  • Centrifugal pump with casing and rotor made of stainless steel
  • Variable area flowmeter for measuring feed flowrate
  • Flowsensor is also avaliable as an optional item when DAQ selected.
  • Metering pump of plastic material for sodium hypochlorite
  • Metering pump of plastic material for flocculants
  • Feed tanks for disinfectant and flocculants
  • Raw water feed tank
  • Product collection tank
  • Self-cleaning turbidity sensor with transmitter and display
  • Electronic temperature indicator
  • K-type thermocouple

Automated Filtration pilot plant is mainly consisting of a sand filter and an activated carbon filter; filtered water is collected into a tank from which samples for proper laboratory analysis can be extracted. Sand filters consists of layers of graded sand which effectively remove the suspended particles like metals and slit. Activated Carbon Filters is designed to remove color, odor and organic maters from the feed stream.

This unit demonstrates the removal of dissolved substances by adsorption. The components dissolved in the raw water during adsorption are known as adsorbate.

A pump transports the water from a feed tank in a circuit with two filtration tanks filled with graded sand and activated carbon. The pump transports treated water to the first filtration tank. The raw water enters the first tank and flows through the sand filter. Here the suspended particles are filtered. To remove any quantities of adsorbate present from the water, the water then flows through a second filter (activated carbon Adsorber). The treated water is then collected in the product tank.

Technical Data

Filter tanks

  • Construction: Transparent
  • Material: Borosilicate glass
  • Volume: 50L
  • Type: One for sand filtrate and one for activated carbon filtrate

Pressure Gauges

  • Quantity: 5
  • Range: 0~4bar

Pressure switches

  • Quantity: 2
  • Set: 3 bar

Tanks

Feed tank

  • Material: stainless steel
  • Quantity: 1
  • Volume: 200L

Product Tank

  • Material: stainless steel
  • Quantity: 1
  • Volume: 200L

Disinfectant and flocculent tank

  • Construction: stainless steel
  • Quantity: 2
  • Volume: 120L each

Pumps

Feed pump

  • Type: Centrifugal
  • Flowrate: 0~50LPM
  • Head: 13m

Metering pumps

  • Type: Diaphargm
  • Quantity: 2
  • Range: 0~4LPH

Flowmeter

  • Type: Variable area rotameter
  • Range: 0~36LPM

Measuring Ranges

  • Feed flowmeter: 0~36LPM
  • Temperature: -100~400oC
  • Pressure: 0~4 bar
  • Turbidity: 0~2000NTU

Software CT-3291SW (optional)

DAQ software specially designed in National Instrument™, LABVIEW™ environment to measure and calculate the results of apparatus. The software is optional and while using software a set of electronic sensors are included. Software can be run with any Windows™ environment.

Scope of Delivery

  • 1 experiment unit
  • 1 instruction manual

There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “CT-3291 Automated Filtration Pilot Plant”