When you invest in industrial equipment, you need it to be as accurate as possible. In addition, when you create processes that utilise your equipment, you need to ensure that your employees are accountable for safety standards as well as accuracy. Hi! My name is Neil, and this blog is going to look at industrial equipment and supplies, and in particular, I plan to write about accuracy and accountability. I am a proud dad of two little boys. Currently, I work part-time while they are in nursery, and my beautiful wife is the full time worker in our home. I love our arrangement, and I especially enjoy that it gives me time to create things like this blog. I hope that you enjoy reading my posts.
Are you concerned about your wastewater? Whether you are involved in textile production, woodworking, paper manufacturing, the wine industry or something else, it is undeniable that there are many industries where wastewater is a by-product of the production process. The question that needs to be answered is what happens to the water once it has passed through your systems. While it would be easy to think that you could simply pour it down your drain or let it soak away into the ground, that would be problematic. Using the water is likely to have affected it in some way and if you try to use it immediately for irrigation, or allow it to enter the water supply, you could be creating a serious health risk.
Watch out for acidity
What can often happen when water is used in industry is that the pH level is affected, and by the time the water exits the production process, it is very acidic and could cause significant damage to land and destroy crops. If heavily acidic water enters the watercourses, it can also have a detrimental effect on fish stocks. To identify whether your wastewater is too acidic to be dispersed into the natural environment, it is important to use a pH controller. Acidity is not just a problem for industrial companies, the pH level of your water can be affected in many ways with contamination being introduced into the process at almost any stage. If you use bore water or gather water from your land in any way, you must have the water checked before you can use it.
How can pH controllers help?
pH controllers are used to check the level of acidity (or alkalinity) in the water so that you can remediation measures before the water is released. While it is possible to purchase pH meters that check the pH level of your wastewater, the key advantage that pH controllers have is that not only do the check the pH level, but they also use a dosing pump to restore the pH level of the water to normal before it reaches the outside environment.
Choosing pH controllers
When you are selecting a pH controller, the two primary factors you will need to consider are accuracy and ease of use. Talk to your local supplier to find out what types of pH controllers they have available and to identify the most suitable model for your situation.Share
13 November 2020