Britewater manufacturers and supplies an extensive range of chemical dosing equipment for applications such as boiler, cooling and effluent water treatment.
As well as standard chemical dosing equipment, we have the capability to design and supply bespoke systems to meet your needs.
As well as packaged chemical dosing systems we supply a range of water treatment chemical dosing pumps and spares. We supply and support major dosing pump brands such as Prominent, LMI, Alldos and Iwaki.
Dosing pump options include timer, water meter and 4-20mA control. A full range of pump wet-end materials are available for corrosion resistance and chemical compatibility.
The water meter gives a visual indication of the water usage and provides a volt-free pulse train to operate a dosing pump or batch counter.
A water meter is often the ideal way to control the dosage of water treatment chemicals including cooling water inhibitors and chlorine dosage for drinking water.
We offer a full range of water meter sizes and flow rates as well as meter K-factors (K = impulses/litre of flow).
Chlorine Dioxide Generators and ClO2 Dosing Systems
We supply an extensive range of dosing tanks in black and natural MDPE. Standard sizes range from 50L to 1500L – larger tank sizes can be supplied as required. Dosing tanks can be supplied with matching outer bunds for additional security and environmental protection.
All the tanks have large screw-fit lids and level graduations.
Chlorine is a very strong oxidant that kills many micro-organisms. Chlorination is the process of adding chlorine to water as a method of water purification to make it fit for human consumption. Water that has been treated with chlorine is effective in preventing the spread of disease.
Chlorination is mainly used on systems where the point of use is away from the source or storage tanks are being used. A chlorine-dosing pump will add a carefully measured amount of diluted chlorine (the chlorine is usually diluted using reverse osmosis water) to the system as the water passes into a tank. The amount of chlorine in the water needs to be monitored continuously to ensure the level stays within the recommended limits, too little and not all the contaminants will be destroyed, too much is bad for human health.
It is effective against almost all bacteria and viruses as well as algae, fungi, some minerals and man-made chemicals pollutants. As with mains water a small amount of disinfectant is usually intentionally left in the water at the end of the treatment process to reduce the risk of re-contamination in the distribution system.
We can supply and install small – medium scale chlorine dosing systems. If you already have a chlorine dosing system we can help you monitor the chlorine levels or provide a simple test kit so you can keep track of the levels yourself.