We manufacture various types of neutralizing tanks which have especially been designed to receive, dilute and neutralize all kinds of harmful chemicals and corrosive waste products prior to releasing them in public sewers. The aim of doing this is to keep the environment safe and healthy for everyone. If the waste products are not put to undergo the process of neutralization, it is quite probable that our living environment – particularly water and air – would not remain clean and safe.
Our internal neutralizing tank is ideal for centralized installation. Laboratory acids and chemicals can be easily neutralized and diluted before they are released into the public sewers. Available in a number of sizes and dimensions, here are a few tips for you to sift out the right size according to your specific needs and requirements:
- To determine the right size of a neutralizing tank for your needs, you must first consider the number of sinks and drains that you would need to discharge into the system. This will then be compared to the capacity of the tank.
- The dwell time of your tank should be around 2 ½ to 3 hours. This makes up the standard time.
- The amount of flow is also an important determinant in choosing the right tank size. This is referred to the amount of flow through the pipes.
One Piece Molded Heavy Walled Tank – Use and Functions
This tank style is very popular among industries that require large quantity of neutralizing acids and chemicals at a time. It is highly durable and has the power to sustain in conditions that are severe. With the ability to handle tough effluents, this tank style has a guarantee of long life. Its huge size makes it suitable to be used by industries with large quantity of waste acids and chemicals.
Cylindrical in shape and round from the bottom, this even has a durable cover at the top. Made of stainless steel, these tanks are light in weight. These are ideal for laboratory, industrial and other uses.
Tanks Channeled to Sewer – Design and Use
Specials tanks that are directly channeled to the sewers are introduced to offer convenient use. These tanks are made up of stainless steel, which makes them durable and tough. The installation of these tanks is underground – as they are directly linked to the public sewer.
Five Promising Tips to Make Your Tanks More Effective Than Ever
If you want to make sure that you use your tank to its maximum ability, you must follow the following important points stated below:
- Use the right quantity of neutralizing agent
- Allow at least one hour of contact between the waste and the neutralizing agent
- You must check the limestone level regularly to make sure that it has not come down to the level of weak functionality
- Always pick the neutralizing tank with adequate capacity
- You must fully comprehend the limitations and abilities of the tank in use