Treatment of water in a porcelain factory

The wastewater of a porcelain factory is collected in a pit, which acts like a buffer and equalises the amount of water. The water is led to a flocculation stage, where flocculant (for example: Sachtofloc 46.12 ) is added to gain easily sedimentable flocks.

The water flows gently into the lamella separator, where the flocks are separated. The clarified water flows into another pit and is either led into the canalisation or reused.

The sludge, which is collected in a funnel at the bottom of the lamella separator, is led into a container and gets pumped into a filter press for further thickening.

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