Usage/Application: A Surge tank is a water storage device used as a pressure neutralizer in hydropower water conveyance
Air Blower Power: Depends on the Capacity of the Vessel
Capacity: 1 m3/hr to 200 m3/hr
Power: Depends on the Capacity of the Vessel
Material: MSRL, SS, MSEP, MSFRP
We provide surge vessels for in order absorb the surges or pressure in the pipeline which occur due to interrupted power cut and all of sudden shut down of the pump. It ultimately protects the pipeline, pump and other related accessories from bursting. We provide surge vessels with rubber bladder and without bladder as per the requirements which can handle the pressure upto 25 bar.
The purpose of a surge control tank is to provide a pre-determined amount of gas (often air) and liquid (often water) at the moment a surge event occurs. The air and water volumes, normally calculated by a hydraulic study which examines the hydraulics for the whole pipe system, are chosen to mitigate the transient pressures during a surge event. When low pressures occur in the connected piping the air in the tank will expand pushing the water into the system to mitigate low pressures, when high pressures arise, the air in tank is compressed and acts like a shock absorber to reduce the magnitude of the high pressures.
If the air and water volumes in the tank are not correct at the time of the surge event then excessive high and low pressures will occur which can lead to pipes bursting or pipes collapsing.
To ensure that the air/water volumes are correct, surge tanks are often provided with a control system which will maintain the amounts of air and water at the required levels within the tank at all times when the system is operating. There are many different ways of providing such a control system with the most commonly used options being Bladder Type, Compressor type and Dip tube type.
Delivery Time: Within 30 Days after Firm Purchase Order
Electromechanical Equipment for Effluent Treatment Plant
Approx. Rs 2.5 Lakh / Piece
Minimum Order Quantity: 1 Piece
Usage/Application: Waste water Treatment
Water Source: Industrial Effluent
Inlet Water Quality: Changes with Company to Company
Treated Water Quality: Depends on the Inlet Water Quality / As per Client Requirement
Country of Origin: Made in India
Industrial wastewater treatment describes the processes used for treating wastewater that is produced by industries as an undesirable by-product. After treatment, the treated industrial wastewater (or effluent) may be reused or released to a sanitary sewer or to a surface water in the environment.