Article | February 28, 2023

Water Treatment's Mass Exodus To Improved Chemical Dosing


When first moved from water reservoirs, water contains materials that need to be treated and or removed. All microorganisms, flora and fauna waste, assorted dirt and insects all need to be dealt with before, water is fit for human consumption. It is understood that, water needs to make many detours in its path from raw supplies to the tap. All these detours start at the treatment plant. At the plant water goes though applications that remove contaminants such as suspended solids, bacteria, algae, fungi, and minerals such as iron and manganese. The final objective is to turn contaminated debris choked water into safe, drinking water.

Many of the key applications in the treatment of potable water involves the addition or dosing of chemistries to progressively treat raw water into grey water and finally to produce potable water. It is here where Coriolis Mass flow meters can help!


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