Inna Water Clarifiers offer both commercial and industrial operators a low cost solution to solid laden effluent management and treatment.
Gravity separation of solids, heavy metals and debris from liquid, producing a clarified overflow and a thickened solids underflow, has long been used in the wastewater treatment
industry. The design of clarifiers has historically been done more empirically than rationally, owing to a lack of understanding of what pollutants clarifiers are capable of removing.
Due to ever increasing production costs industry is coming under increasing pressure to optimise the capacity of existing effluent treatment facilities to minimise overheads.
This bottom line and compliance has not always been the focus in industrial wastewater treatment facilities. However, these optimisation pressures have resulted in renewed interest in clarification at many industrial and municipal facilities, with very good reason: primary clarifiers can potentially remove more TSS and COD or BOD for less operational cost than any other treatment process in use today.
Waterfresh clarifiers are designed to remove all of the settleable total suspended solids during peak flow dry weather flow conditions.
Waterfresh fiberglass clarifiers have increased in popularity as the preferred construction material for smaller tanks, weir plates and flocculation baffles owing to its versatility and serviceability in remote areas. The use of stainless steel provides additional corrosion protection for both tanks and circular mechanisms. Either 304 or 316 can be used with the latter being more expensive but offering better corrosion protection in some applications.