Treatment of surface water including carbonate removal

For the provision of cooling and industrial water, water from a river is to be treated. After coarse cleaning the second stage is a carbonate removal system. Here, both finest particles are to be removed and the water hardness is to be reduced.

Functional description

The river water is led into a three-chamber-reaction-container. The chemicals iron-III-chloride, limewash and flocculate are used for the treatment. Afterwards the medium flows into a lamella separator, where settleable particles are separated.

The pre-treated water flows parallel to the lamellas to the top of the lamella separator. The particles settle onto the lamellas and slide into the sludge funnel at the bottom. The clarified water flows further to the top and leaves the separator.

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