The system’s superior mixing characteristics represent a major step forward in chemical feed and disinfection applications. Virtually any process feed application can benefit from Water Champ’s direct vacuum chemical induction capability.
The Water Champ® system eliminates the necessity of costly carrier/make-up water and conventional rapid mix systems. A unique feature of the Water Champ system is its ability to provide the mixing intensity required to maximize chemical reaction while using less energy. Siemens and its chemical feed and disinfection group stand committed to the design and production of quality systems that will provide efficient and dependable service.
Typical applications for the Water Champ system inlcude:
Zebra Mussel control
100 to 10,000
45 to 4,540
5 to 60
19 to 227
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Submersible Chemical Inductor Brings Better Floc, More Consistent Finished Water Quality
The Sheboygan Water Treatment Plant uses conventional unit treatment processes (i.e. coagulation, flocculation, sedimentation, and gravity media filtration) to treat surface water from Lake Michigan. The 35 million gallons per day (MGD) facility, originally built in 1929, serves the City of Sheboygan and several other surrounding communities. According to Ron Marshman, filter plant foreman, lengthy detention (exceeding two minutes) in the facility’s rapid mix tank was leading to chronic floc shear prior to coagulant entering the plant’s two 2.3 mg sedimentation basins. “Due to the long detention times, the coagulant would begin the flocculation process inside the rapid mix tank. The heavy turbulence from the mix tank’s large, high-speed mixing propeller would then actually rip the floc apart.” This resulted in erratic floc formation in the settling basins.
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Water Champ® FX Series