Circular primary clarifiers are used extensively in the wastewater treatment and water treatment industries, as well as in mining facilities, reverse osmosis plants, and paper and pulp plants, to separate suspended solids from a liquid.
Various factors to consider while installing circular clarifiers
The widely used settling process used by Netsol’s Circular Clarifiers is based on the disparity in density, between water and suspended solids. Our Clarifier is made to provide you with the performance you need for a very long time.
Netsol Water is aware that no two waste streams are the same and that frequently, conventional designs must be altered. Some factors to take into account for a successful installation, are tank sizing, influent and effluent arrangements, flocculation requirements, sludge removal, and skimming methods and mechanisms.
Expertise in Circular Clarifiers & Thickeners
For the treatment of industrial and municipal wastewater, Netsol Water manufactures primary and secondary circular clarifiers.
For applications involving clean water or drinkable water, the company also produces flocculating and solids contact circular clarifiers. High efficiency, low maintenance systems with the best return on investment are provided, by our knowledgeable crew.
Our Clarifiers can be ordered as self-supporting prefabricated steel units, or with a concrete tank installation design. There are instances when it is more cost-effective to use, and update existing systems and buildings.
What are the features of a circular clarifier?
A central feed inlet well or a peripheral inlet are typically used by circular clarifiers. A chemical addition system with mixing and flocculation can be installed, in the centre feed well configuration. The effluent is discharged along the outer wall of the clarifier tank, via the centre feed well. Clarifiers with side inlets will have a bottom centre liquid exit, built into the design.
· These are designed specifically for use in municipal and industrial settings.
· They have 10 to 250 foot tank diameter.
· These are designed for full and partial bridges.
· They are made up of concrete or steel tanks.
· They have accessible thickener mechanism.
· They have sludge removal arrangements.
· They come with a scraper, spinning scraper, vacuum header, ladder pipe, and Skimmer systems.
· Materials and coatings are corrosion resistant.
· Steel is stainless
Sludge is moved through circular collectors significantly more quickly at the collector's edge, than at its centre. The re-suspension of settled materials is generally acknowledged to occur, at scraper speeds greater than 6 feet (1800 mm)/min.
How can we assist?
Netsol Water provides expert guidance and technical support for all air, water and wastewater related issues. Our certified specialists have worked on a wide range of circular clarifiers in a variety of water and wastewater treatment sectors.