Application Note

Flow And Concentration Measurement For Automated Sludge Thickening

Source: KROHNE, Inc.
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In biological wastewater treatment, floating sludge can form in the secondary clarifier in certain circumstances. In order to ensure that this does not get into the process and pollute the purified wastewater, the sludge must be treated quickly.

A wastewater treatment plant in eastern Switzerland relies on the targeted use of flocculants to prevent sludge washout. The customer wanted to automate sludge treatment so as to be able to use the flocculants more efficiently. Learn about the solution that KROHNE recommended and how it benefited this wastewater treatment plant. 

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