Chemical Dosing Systems
What is a chemical dosing system?
Chemical dosing systems effectively measure, control and regulate pH levels. These systems facilitate the automatic injection of chemicals into a water treatment systems to manage odours and septic agents. Chemical dosing systems are widely used in pump stations, rising mains, and sewer manholes.
Stay in control and remain compliant
Cleanawater's chemical dosing systems are supplied as pre-plumbed solutions a complete IP65 enclosure system. They are easy to integrate into your existing infrastructure. Our solutions are all backed by OdourPro Chemical Dosing Systems, Australia's industry leader in comprehensive chemical dosing systems, odour control and management.
Uses and applications
- Trade waste
- Potable water
- Industrial water
- Acidic water mixtures
- Manufacturing process water
- Caustic water mixtures
Benefits of Cleanawater chemical dosing systems
- Keep liquids at a constant pH
- No unauthorised discharge
- Adhere to all regulations and authority requirements
- Pre-plumbed, factory pre-commissioned – save on install costs
- Automated, hassle-free dosing solutions
Cleanawater chemical dosing systems automatically keep liquids at a constant pH, ensuring hassle-free water treatment. Suitable for industrial and commercial wastewater, they help you adhere to all water authority regulations - meaning no costly fines or shutdowns. Thanks to their remote alarm and SMS notifications, you can be assured of zero unauthorised discharge (optional).
Cleanawater supplies each unit pre-plumbed and factory pre-commissioned. And they can be retrofitted to your existing setup – saving you on install time and expense.
Our units offer a variety of measurement and output options, including:
- Free and total chlorine residual
- pH; RX (ORP)
- Hydraulic peroxidel peracetic acid
- Chlorine dioxide
We offer a range of chemical dosing systems to suit all flow rates – including both single and dual pump systems for one-way or two-way dosing. Each unit automatically recognises a wide variety of power supplies, creating a true plug-and-play solution.
Single or Dual Systems
- Recirculating pH Control System
- Inline pH Control System
Why choose Cleanawater?
As your one-stop water treatment provider, we're committed to supplying the right solution for your business. Our award-winning products are engineered for performance, economy and ease of use. That includes both custom-built and off-the-shelf units approved by all major water authorities.
Our comprehensive after-sales service includes support from experts in your area. So you can always speak to somebody who understands your local market.
We distribute across Australia with fast, efficient delivery for off-the-shelf systems. And we'll install, service and maintain your equipment on a schedule that suits you – ensuring minimal downtime.
It means superior results and outstanding value for your investment.
When pH levels in waste water are not at the desired range – or if you need to chemically dose water for your process. Neutral level of pH is 7. Often pH requires correction due to dominant levels of acids or caustics.
No. Our systems are pre-calibrated in the factory to trigger 'set points' to switch pumps on and off when required.
We provide a range of solenoid or peristaltic pumps with our correction and dosing systems.
Yes. Systems are commonly supplied with an acid pump and caustic pump for erratic pH levels.
Yes. Cleanawater provides a range of ORP systems suitable for potable water treatment.
Systems can be logic programmed to include valves to open and shut depending on the pH reading.
A variety of liquids of dry chemicals are available to treat pH. Popular options include hydrochloric acid and sodium hydroxide.
Yes. Systems can be sized to suit anything from 100 litres per day to flow rates in the mega litres.
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