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The Clearwater Industries Model 800 Stainless Steel PLC is a fully automated polymer make-down and injection system designed to rapidly settle solids out of liquid suspension, featuring a PLC (programmable logic controller) in lieu of the standard hand/off/auto controls.  It is capable of pumping out 12.6 gpm of fully activated polymer solution to process.  (If solution strength is .25%, this results in 15.8 lbs/hr of dry polymer being made)

Optimal For:

  • Larger flocculant consumers
  • Rapid separation of solids from water
  • Keeping dirty water from going back to process
  • Freeing up land, by eliminating all but one settling pond
  • Greatly reducing the time and cost of cleaning out settling ponds
  • Providing polymer solution to multiple points
  • Settling solids out in Clarifiers and Thickeners
  • Thickening solids going to Belt Presses & other Dewatering Equipment
Equipment Functions:
  • Accurately meters, mixes, and ages dry chemical and water creating a liquid solution
  • Produces a uniform solution without the formation of “fish-eyes”
  • Administers a site specific solution at an adjustable rate
Features:
  • Fully automatic, continuous batching operation
  • Easily installed, often fully functional within one hour of arrival
  • Extremely rugged industrial design
  • Minimal operator attention required
  • Able to make down either dry cationic or anionic polymers
  • Single tank design with internal baffles and weir ensure proper mixing and aging of polymer
  • Intergrated low water flow protection
  • Service friendly design includes: quick disconnect couplings, elevated frame, removable pump skid, anti-seized stainless steel fasteners, and quick disconnect hoses
Framework
  • 3/16” 304 Stainless steel tank with integrated frame
  • Grated 4-step fiberglass stairs allow operator to easily pour polymer into hopper
  • Frame glass bead blasted for uniform finish
  • Removable pump skid for simple servicing
  • Frame elevated on 5-½” legs
  •  Fork slots for ease of movement
Polymer Hopper
  •  304 Stainless Steel
  •  Stainless steel handle and piano hinge
  •  Rain tight with latch closed
  •  Capacity of 110 pounds of dry polymer
  •  Stainless steel wire mesh guard prevents objects from falling into the auger
Dry Polymer Screw Feeder
  •  Variable speed AC motor and gearbox turning a 1.5” solid shaft stainless steel auger through stainless steel dispersion tube
  • Greaseable bearing and stainless steel guard with sight window
  •  Stainless steel flexible coupling with quick disconnect snap ring
Dry Polymer Wetting System
  • Stainless steel conical wetting bowl creates a cyclone into which polymer is metered
  • Polymer is optimally hydrated as it enters tank
  • Ball valves allow for adjustment of flow into wetting bowl
  • Water/Polymer solution drops directly into the tank
  • Venturi under the water surface further mixes solution in the make-down chamber
  • Multiple tank mounted venturis provide additional mixing
Water Supply
  • 2” Y-strainer catches any large particles in the water supply line
  • 2” line plumbed to a 5 HP booster pump
  • 2” solenoid valve supplies water flow to valves, wetting funnel, and venturis
  • Magnetic flow meter prevents batching in the event of water loss
  • Pressure gauge mounted in piping
Automatic Control Panel
  • NEMA 4 enclosure
  • Hand/Off/Auto switches and relays control automatic sequencing
  • 480 volt motors with 110-volt logic and controls
  • The first VFD provides variable speed control of the polymer pump
  • A second VFD can respond to a 4-20mA input signal, in the event of Auto-Floc polymer dosing system use.
  • A third VFD provides variable speed control of the screw feeder, that is tied to the flow of dilution water into the polymer system.  (measured by IFM magnetic flow meter)
  • Complete with motor starters, contactors, level sensors, and touch safe fuses
  • All controls on PLC control screen provide hand or automatic operation
  • E-stop, low water pressure indicator, and main disconnect mounted on face of the panel
Polymer Injection Pump
  • One progressive cavity pump is mounted integrally to the unit
  • A 2 HP polymer pump skid is capable of delivering 0 to 20 gal/min  (12.6 gpm of fully activated polymer solution can be pumped from the system)
  • Stainless steel guard with sight window
  • Stainless steel flexible coupling with quick disconnect snap ring
  • Shut off valve from tank to pump provides for servicing
  • Built in additional polymer pump port
Polymer Tank
  • 3/16” Stainless Steel construction
  • 1600-gallon capacity.
  • Level sensors provide automatic batching
  • 2” cross-over valve between mixing and pull down chambers
  • Stainless Steel internal weir and baffle walls
Mix Tank Agitator
  • 2 HP motor turns a right angle gear reducer with a nickle plated bore
  • 1” stainless steel shaft and one 14” stainless steel hydrofoil
  • Foot bearing for vibration free operation
  • Shaft is dimpled and props are anchored with stainless steel bolts, eliminating the possibility of prop slippage
Field Requirements
  • Single point electrical hook up, 460 volt, 3 phase, 60 hz
  • 2” single point clean water hook-up (30 – 60 psi)
  • ¾” or greater polymer discharge line
  • Level Surface
Dimensions:
Standard System is 6’(W) x 15’10”(L) x 7’9”(H)
Optional Features
  • Low Polymer Sensor
  • Hopper Vibrator
  • Allen Bradley PLC & HMI
  • Remote Polymer Pump Speed Pot
  • Auto Floc Probe and Messenger
  •  220 lb. Polymer Hopper
  • 0-50 GPM Polymer Discharge Pump
  • Customer specified components or voltages
Note:
These systems are factory set to make down polymer to a solution strength of .25%.  This can be field adjusted to anywhere between 0.1% to 0.35%.  The maximum polymer solution flowrate the system can provide while maintaining the recommended one hour of aging/activation time is 12.6 gpm.  The system is assembled, pre-wired, and tested at the factory.  Typical installation/start up time is 1 to 2 hours.

The Clearwater Industries Model 800 Stainless Steel Big Bag is a fully automated, polymer make-down and injection system designed to rapidly settle suspended solids out of liquid suspension.   It is capable of pumping out 12.6 gpm of fully activated polymer solution to process.  (If solution strength is .25%, this results in 15.8 lbs/hr of dry polymer being made down)

Optimal For:

  • Large chemical consumers who prefer 1650 lb. Big Bag polymer packaging , this eliminates the need for operators to load typical 55 lb. bags into the hopper

Equipment Functions: 

  • Distributes chemical from a 1650 lb. Big Bag
  • Accurately meters, mixes, and ages dry chemical and water creating a uniform solution without the formation of “fish-eyes”
  • Administers a site specific solution at an adjustable rate

Features:

  • Fully automatic, continuous batching operation
  • Easily installed, often fully functional within one hour of arrival
  • Reliable rugged industrial design
  • Limited operator attention required
  • Single tank design with internal baffles and weir ensure proper mixing and aging of polymer
  • Intergrated low water flow protection
  • Service friendly design includes: quick disconnect couplings, elevated frame, removable pump skid, anti-seized stainless steel fasteners, quick disconnect hoses, and hopper access door

Framework

  • 3/16” 304 Stainless steel tank with integrated frame
  • 3” square tubing Big Bag support structure
  • 5-step grated stair allows operator to comfortably open the bottom of the big bag into the hopper
  • Glass blasted Stainless Steel finish
  • Removable pump skid for simple servicing
  • Frame elevated on 5-½” legs
  • Fork slots for ease of movement

Polymer Hopper and Pan

  • 304 Stainless Steel
  • Hopper with door and latch for untying the big bag
  • Capacity of 1650 pounds of dry polymer
  • Stainless steel wire mesh guard prevents objects from falling into the auger
Dry Polymer Screw Feeder
  •  Variable speed AC motor and gearbox turning a 1.5” solid shaft stainless steel auger through a stainless steel dispersion tube
  • Greaseable bearing and stainless steel guard with sight window
  • Stainless steel flexible coupling with quick disconnect snap ring
Dry Polymer Wetting System
  • Stainless steel conical wetting bowl creates a cyclone into which polymer is metered
  • Polymer is optimally hydrated as it enters tank
  • Ball valves allow for adjustment of flow into wetting bowl
  • Water/Polymer solution drops directly into the tank
  • Venturi under the water surface further mixes solution in the make-down chamber
  • Multiple tank mounted venturi adds additional mixing
Water Supply
  • 2” Y-strainer catches any large particles in the water supply line
  • 2” line plumbed to a 5 HP booster pump
  • 2” solenoid valve supplies water flow to valves, wetting funnel, and venturis
  • Magnetic flow meter prevents batching in the event of a loss of water
  • Pressure gauge mounted in piping
Polymer Injection Pump
  • One progressive cavity pump is mounted integrally to the unit
  • The standard 2 HP polymer pump is rated for 0 to 20 gpm (12.6 gpm of fully activated polymer solution can be pumped from the system)
  • Stainless steel guard with sight window
  • Stainless steel flexible coupling with quick disconnect snap ring
  • Shut off valve from tank to pump provides for servicing
  • Built in additional polymer pump port, complete with pre-run wire, allows for simple addition of second polymer pump
Polymer Tank
  • 3/16” Stainless Steel construction
  • 1600-gallon capacity.
  • Level sensors provide automatic batching
  • 2” cross-over valve between mixing and pull down chambers
  • Stainless Steel internal weir and baffle walls
Mix Tank Agitator
  • 2 HP motor turns a right angle gear reducer with a nickle plated bore
  • 1” stainless steel shaft driving one 14” hydrofoil
  • Foot bearing for vibration free operation
  • Shaft is dimpled and props are anchored with stainless steel bolts, eliminating the possibility of prop slippage
Field Requirements
  • Single point electrical hook up, 460 volt, 3 phase, 60 hz standard
  • 2” single point clean water hook-up (30 – 60 psi)
  • ¾” or greater polymer discharge line

Dimensions:
System is 6’(W) x 15’10”(L) x 8′ 5”(H) (Additional height necessary for big bag suspension)

Optional Features:

  • Low Polymer Sensor
  • Polymer Hopper Vibrator
  • Allen Bradley PLC & HMI
  • Remote Polymer Pump Speed Signal
  • Auto Floc Probe and Messenger
  • 0-50 GPM Discharge Pump
  • Customer specified components or voltages
Note:
These systems are factory set to make down polymer to a solution strength of .25%.  This can be field adjusted to anywhere between 0.1% to 0.35%.  The maximum polymer solution flowrate the system can provide while maintaining the recommended one hour of aging/activation time is 12.6 gpm.  The system is assembled, pre-wired, and tested at the factory.  Typical installation/start up time is 1 to 2 hours.

The Clearwater Industries Model 800 Stainless Steel is a fully automated polymer make-down and injection system designed to rapidly settle suspended solids out of liquid suspension.  It is capable of pumping out 12.6 gpm of fully activated .25% polymer solution to process.  (15.8 lbs/hr of dry polymer if making .25% solution strength)

Optimal For:
  • Larger flocculant consumers
  • Rapid separation of solids from water
  • Keeping dirty water from going back to your wash plant or process point
  • Freeing up land, by eliminating all but one settling pond
  • Greatly reducing the time and cost of cleaning out settling ponds
  • Providing solution to multiple points
  • Settling solids out in clarifiers, thickeners, and settling ponds
  • Thickening solids going to belt presses & other dewatering equipment
Equipment Functions:
  • Accurately meters, mixes and ages dry chemical and water creating a liquid solution
  • Produces a uniform solution without the formation of “fish-eyes”
  • Administers a site specific solution at an adjustable rate
Features:
  • Fully automatic, continuous batching operation
  • Easily installed, often fully functional within one hour of arrival
  • Extremely rugged industrial design
  • Minimal operator attention required
  • Can make down either dry cationic or anionic polymers
  • Single tank design with internal baffles and weir ensure proper mixing and aging of polymer
  • Integrated low water flow protection
  • Service friendly design includes: quick disconnect couplings, elevated frame, removable pump skid, anti-seized stainless steel fasteners, and quick disconnect hoses

Automatic Control Panel
  • NEMA 4 enclosure
  • Hand/Off/Auto switches and relays control the automatic sequencing of the process
  • 480 volt motors with 110-volt logic and controls
  • Standard systems come equipped with three Variable Frequency Drives (VFDs)
  • The first VFD controls a 1/2 hp stainless steel volumetric dry polymer feeder that is tied to the flow of dilution water into the polymer system.  (measured by IFM magnetic flow meter).  This ensures a consistent solution strength is maintained
  • The second VFD controls a 2hp electric mixer with gear reducer to power the prop mixer in the mixing chamber
  • The third VFD controls the rate at which the polymer pump (0-20 gpm standard, 40 psi max discharge pressure) sends aged solution to process.  This VFD is able to respond to a 4-20mA input signal, in the event of an Auto-Floc dosing system being in use
  • Complete with breakers, motor starters, contactors, level sensors, and touch safe fuses
  • All controls on the exterior of the panel provide hand or automatic operation
  • E-stop, low water pressure indicator and main disconnect mounted on face of the panel
Framework
  • Tank is constructed of rugged 3/16” 304 stainless steel, glass blasted to uniform finish
  • Grated 4-step fiberglass staircase allows the operator to comfortably pour polymer into the hopper
  • Removable pump skid for simple servicing
  • Frame elevated on 5-½” legs
  • Fork slots for ease of movement
Polymer Hopper
  •  304 Stainless Steel
  •  Stainless steel handle and piano hinge
  •  Rain tight with latch closed
  •  Capacity of 110 pounds of dry polymer
  •  Stainless steel wire mesh guard prevents objects from falling into the auger
Dry Polymer Screw Feeder
  •  Variable speed AC motor and gearbox turning a 1.5” solid shaft stainless steel auger through a stainless steel dispersion tube
  • Greaseable bearing and stainless steel guard with sight window
  • Stainless steel flexible coupling with quick disconnect snap ring
Dry Polymer Wetting System
  • Stainless steel conical wetting bowl creates a cyclone into which polymer is metered
  • Polymer is optimally hydrated as it enters tank
  • Ball valves allow for adjustment of flow into wetting bowl
  • Water/Polymer solution drops directly into the tank
  • Venturi under the water surface further mixes solution in the make-down chamber
  • Multiple tank mounted venturi adds additional mixing
Water Supply
  • 2” Y-strainer catches any large particles in the water supply line
  • 2” line plumbed to a 5 HP booster pump
  • 2” solenoid valve supplies water flow to valves, wetting funnel, and venturis
  • Magnetic flow meter prevents batching in the event of a loss of water
  • Pressure gauge mounted in piping

Polymer Injection Pump
  • One progressive cavity pump is mounted integrally to the unit
  • The standard 2 HP polymer pump is rated for 0 to 20 gpm (12.6 gpm of fully activated polymer solution can be pumped from the system)
  • Stainless steel guard with sight window
  • Stainless steel flexible coupling with quick disconnect snap ring
  • Shut off valve from tank to pump provides for servicing
  • Built in additional polymer pump port, complete with pre-run wire, allows for simple addition of second polymer pump
Polymer Tank
  • 3/16” Stainless Steel construction
  • 1600-gallon capacity.
  • Level sensors provide automatic batching
  • 2” cross-over valve between mixing and pull down chambers
  • Stainless Steel internal weir and baffle walls
Mix Tank Agitator
  • 2 HP motor turns a right angle gear reducer with a nickle plated bore
  • 1” stainless steel shaft driving one 14” hydrofoil
  • Foot bearing for vibration free operation
  • Shaft is dimpled and props are anchored with stainless steel bolts, eliminating the possibility of prop slippage
Field Requirements
  • Single point electrical hook up, 460 volt, 3 phase, 60 hz standard
  • 2” single point clean water hook-up (30 – 60 psi)
  • ¾” or greater polymer discharge line

Dimensions:
System is 6’(W) x 15’10”(L) x 7’9”(H)

Optional Features

  • Low Polymer Sensor
  • Polymer Hopper Vibrator
  • Allen Bradley PLC & HMI
  • Remote Polymer Pump Speed Signal
  • Auto Floc Probe and Messenger
  •  220 pound Hopper
  • 0-50 GPM Discharge Pump
  • Customer specified components or voltages
Note:
These systems are factory set to make down polymer to a solution strength of .25%.  This can be field adjusted to anywhere between 0.1% to 0.35%.  The maximum polymer solution flowrate the system can provide while maintaining the recommended one hour of aging/activation time is 12.6 gpm.  The system is assembled, pre-wired, and tested at the factory.  Typical installation/start up time is 1 to 2 hours.

The Clearwater Industries Model 800 is a fully automated polymer make-down and injection system designed to rapidly settle suspended solids out of liquid suspension.

Optimal For:
  • Large chemical consumers, capable of pumping out 11.5 gpm of fully activated .25% polymer solution to process.  (14.3 lbs/hr of dry polymer)
  • Rapid separation of solids from water
  • Keeping dirty water from going back to your wash plant or process point
  • Freeing up land, by eliminating all but one settling pond
  • Greatly reducing the time and cost of cleaning out settling ponds
  • Providing solution to multiple points
  • Settling solids out in Clarifiers and Thickeners
  • Thickening solids going to Belt Presses

Equipment Functions: 

  • Accurately meters, mixes and ages dry chemical and water creating a liquid solution
  • Produces a creamy solution without the formation of “fish-eyes”
  • Administers a site specific solution at an adjustable rate

Features:

  • Fully automatic, continuous batching operation
  • Able to be “up and running” one hour after unloading
  • Rugged industrial design very reliable
  • Minimal operator attention required
  • Can make down either dry or emulsion polymers
  • Single tank design with internal baffles and weir ensure proper mixing and aging of polymer
  • Integrated low water pressure protection
  • Service friendly design includes: quick disconnect couplings, elevated frame, removable pump skid, anti-seize stainless steel fasteners, and quick disconnect hoses
Framework
  • 3” square tubing and 1-½” square tubing welded into a single, rigid frame
  • Grated 4-step stair allows the operator to comfortably pour polymer into the hopper
  • The frame is sandblasted, primed, and painted with aliphatic urethane paint for high gloss retention and strong chemical resistance
  • Adjustable side beams to reinforce tank integrity
  • Removable pump skid for simple servicing
  • Frame elevated on 7-½” legs
  • Fork slots and picking eyelet for ease of movement
  • Grated single step runs the length of the unit, allowing for tank observation
Polymer Hopper
  • 304 Stainless Steel
  • Stainless steel handle and piano hinge
  • Rain tight with latch closed
  • Capacity of 110 pounds of dry polymer
  • Stainless steel wire mesh guard prevents objects from falling into the auger
Dry Polymer Screw Feeder
  • Variable speed AC motor and gearbox turning a 1.5” solid shaft stainless steel auger through a stainless steel dispersion tube
  • Greaseable bearing and stainless steel guard with sight window
  • Stainless steel flexible coupling with quick disconnect snap ring

Dry Polymer Wetting System

  • Stainless steel conical wetting bowl creates a cyclone into which polymer is metered
  • Polymer is optimally hydrated as it enters tank
  • Ball valves allow for adjustment of flow into wetting bowl
  • Water/Polymer solution drops directly into the tank
  • Venturi under the water surface further mixes solution in the make-down chamber
  • Multiple tank mounted venturis provide additional mixing
Water Supply
  • 2” Y-strainer catches any large particles in the water supply line
  • 2” line plumbed to a 3 HP booster pump
  • 2” solenoid valve supplies water flow to fast fill valve, wetting funnel and venturis
  • Low water pressure switch prevents batching in the event of a loss of water
  • Pressure gauge and hose bib mounted in piping
Automatic Control Panel
  • NEMA 4 enclosure
  • Hand/Off/Auto switches and relays control the automatic sequencing of the process
  • 480 volt motors with 110-volt logic and controls
  • VFD controller provides variable speed control for the polymer pump
  • The VFD can respond to a 4-20mA input signal, in the event of auto-floc option
  • VFD controller provides variable speed control for the screw feeder
  • Complete with motor starters, contactors, level sensors and touch safe fuses
  • All controls on the exterior of the panel provide hand or automatic operation
  • E-stop, low water pressure indicator and main disconnect mounted on face of the panel
Polymer Injection Pump
  • One progressive cavity pump is mounted integrally to the unit
  • The standard 1-½ HP polymer pump can deliver 0 to 20 gal/min (11.5 gpm of fully activated polymer solution can be pumped from the system)
  • Stainless steel guard with sight window
  • Stainless steel flexible coupling with quick disconnect snap ring
  • Shut off valve from tank to pump provides for neat servicing
  • Built in additional polymer pump port
Polymer Tank
  • ¾” thick polypropylene construction, welded inside and out
  • 1650-gallon capacity.
  • Level sensors provide automatic batching
  • 4” side mounted clean out port
  • 2” cross-over valve between mixing and pull down chambers
  • Double welded internal weir and baffles
Mix Tank Agitator
  • 1-½ HP motor turns a right angle gear reducer with a nickle plated bore
  • 1” stainless steel shaft and two 14” stainless steel props
  • Shaft is anchored in the bottom of the tank for vibration free operation
  • Shaft is dimpled and props are anchored with stainless steel bolts, eliminating the possibility of prop slippage
Field Requirements
  • Single point electrical hook up, 460 volt, 3 phase
  • 1-½” single point clean water hook-up (30 – 60 psi)
  • ¾” polymer discharge line

Dimensions:

  • Framework is 6’(W) x 14’4-¼”(L) x 8’1-¾”(H)

Optional Features

  • Low Polymer Sensor
  • Hopper Vibrator
  • Allen Bradley PLC & HMI
  • Remote Polymer Pump Speed Pot
  • Auto Floc Probe and Messenger
  • 200 pound Hopper
  • 0-50 GPM Discharge Pump
Note:
This system is designed to provide a 0.1% to 0.35% solution of polymer. The maximum capacity of the unit is to deliver 11.5 gpm of a 0.35% polymer solution. The system is assembled, pre-wired and tested at the factory. Typical hook-up and start up time is 1 to 2 hours.

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The Clearwater Industries Model 300 Stainless Steel Big Bag is a fully automated, polymer make-down and injection system designed to rapidly settle suspended solids out of liquid suspension.   It is capable of pumping out 5.5 gpm of fully activated polymer solution to process.  (If solution strength is .25%, this results in 6.9 lbs/hr of dry polymer being made down)

Optimal For:

  • Large chemical consumers who prefer 1650 lb. Big Bag polymer packaging , this eliminates the need for operators to load typical 55 lb. bags into the hopper

Equipment Functions: 

  • Distributes chemical from a 1650 lb. Big Bag
  • Accurately meters, mixes, and ages dry chemical and water creating a uniform solution without the formation of “fish-eyes”
  • Administers a site specific solution at an adjustable rate
Features:
  • Fully automatic, continuous batching operation
  • Easily installed, often fully functional within one hour of arrival
  • Reliable rugged industrial design
  • Limited operator attention required
  • Single tank design with internal baffles and weir ensure proper mixing and aging of polymer
  • Intergrated low water flow protection
  • Service friendly design includes: quick disconnect couplings, elevated frame, removable pump skid, anti-seized stainless steel fasteners, quick disconnect hoses, and hopper access door
Framework
  • 3/16” 304 Stainless steel tank with integrated frame
  • 3” square tubing Big Bag support structure
  • 3-step grated stair allows operator to comfortably open the bottom of the big bag into the hopper
  • Glass blasted Stainless Steel finish
  • Removable pump skid for simple servicing
  • Frame elevated on 5-½” legs
  • Fork slots for ease of movement
Polymer Hopper and Pan
  • 304 Stainless Steel
  • Hopper with door and latch for untying the big bag
  • Capacity of 1650 pounds of dry polymer
  • Stainless steel wire mesh guard prevents objects from falling into the auger

Dry Polymer Screw Feeder

  •  Variable speed AC motor and gearbox turning a 1.5” solid shaft stainless steel auger through a stainless steel dispersion tube
  • Greaseable bearing and stainless steel guard with sight window
  • Stainless steel flexible coupling with quick disconnect snap ring
Dry Polymer Wetting System
  • Stainless steel conical wetting bowl creates a cyclone into which polymer is metered
  • Polymer is optimally hydrated as it enters tank
  • Ball valves allow for adjustment of flow into wetting bowl
  • Water/Polymer solution drops directly into the tank
  • Venturi under the water surface further mixes solution in the make-down chamber
  • Multiple tank mounted venturi adds additional mixing
Water Supply
  • 2” Y-strainer catches any large particles in the water supply line
  • 2” line plumbed to a 5 HP booster pump
  • 2” solenoid valve supplies water flow to valves, wetting funnel, and venturis
  • Magnetic flow meter prevents batching in the event of a loss of water
  • Pressure gauge mounted in piping
Polymer Injection Pump
  • One progressive cavity pump is mounted integrally to the unit
  • The standard 1 HP polymer pump is rated for 0 to 12 gpm (5.5 gpm of fully activated polymer solution can be pumped from the system)
  • Stainless steel guard with sight window
  • Stainless steel flexible coupling with quick disconnect snap ring
  • Shut off valve from tank to pump provides for servicing
  • Built in additional polymer pump port, complete with pre-run wire, allows for simple addition of second polymer pump
Polymer Tank
  • 3/16” 316 construction welded inside and out
  • 613-gallon capacity
  • Level sensors provide automatic batching
  • 4” side mounted clean out port
  • 2” cross-over valve between mixing and pull down chamber
  • Double welded internal weir and baffles
Mix Tank Agitator
  • 1 HP motor turns a right angle gear reducer with a nickle plated bore
  • 1” stainless steel shaft driving one 14” hydrofoil
  • Foot bearing for vibration free operation
  • Shaft is dimpled and props are anchored with stainless steel bolts, eliminating the possibility of prop slippage
Field Requirements
  • Single point electrical hook up, 460 volt, 3 phase, 60 hz standard
  • 2” single point clean water hook-up (30 – 60 psi)
  • ¾” or greater polymer discharge line

Dimensions:
System is 5’(W) x 8’2”(L) x 7’1-⅝”(H) (Additional height necessary for big bag suspension)

Optional Features

  • Low Polymer Sensor
  • Polymer Hopper Vibrator
  • Allen Bradley PLC & HMI
  • Remote Polymer Pump Speed Signal
  • Auto Floc Probe and Messenger
  • 0-50 GPM Discharge Pump
  • Customer specified components or voltages

Note:
These systems are factory set to make down polymer to a solution strength of .25%.  This can be field adjusted to anywhere between 0.1% to 0.35%.  The maximum polymer solution flowrate the system can provide while maintaining the recommended one hour of aging/activation time is 5.5 gpm.  The system is assembled, pre-wired, and tested at the factory.  Typical installation/start up time is 1 to 2 hours.