PVC Tube Settler
Tube settler produced by our company uses PP, PVC as its raw material. It was hot-drawn into a hexagonal tube shape by infrared thermal machine and then welded into the using shape with patented technology and high frequency.
Our inclined tube settler can be applied to many kinds of precipitation and sand removing. In decades, it is the most mature water treatment device that widely used in drainage projects. With the advantages of wide application range, high treatment efficiency and small occupation area, it can be used in water inlet degritting, industrial and living water sedimentation, sewage sedimentation, grease and tailing enrichment processing...and so on. It not only can be applied to new construction project but also the transformation of existing old tank and you can achieve astounding economic benefit in both occasions.
We can provide tube settler applied to square sedimentation tank and round sedimentation tank.
Tube settlers increase the settling capacity of circular clarifiers and/or rectangular sedimentation basins by reducing the vertical distance. The floc particles would settle before agglomerating to form larger particles. The settlers use multiple tubular channels sloped at an angle of 60° and adjacent to each other, which combine to form an increased effective settling area. This provides for a particle settling depth that is significantly less than the settling depth of a conventional clarifier, reducing settling times. Tube settlers capture the settleable fine floc that escapes the clarification zone beneath the tube settlers and allows the larger floc to travel to the tank bottom in a more settleable form. The settler's channel collects solids into a compact mass which promotes the solids to slide down the tube channel.
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