Development Effort to Design and Describe Pink Water Abatement Processes.
Final technical rept. 1 May-31 Jul 77,
WESTGATE RESEARCH CORP LOS ANGELES CA
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This report summarizes engineering effort to obtain firm design, operating and cost data for a 5,000 GPD pink water abatement, pilot plant using ULTROX UV-ozone technology. This 5,000 GPD pilot plant can be directly scaled-up to a 100,000 GPD pilot plant using the ULTROX modular system concept. The engineering analysis of the pilot plant data showed that the 5,000 GPD pilot plant reactor should have a wet volume of 625 gallons and will require up to 37.5 pounds of ozone per day and 144, 65 watt UV lamps. The pilot plant should contain a maximum of six reaction stages. Preliminary design drawings have been prepared for the 5,000 GPD pilot plant. Overall assembly, reactor assembly, and UV wiring schematic prints are included in this report as well as specifications on standard ozone generators. Based upon the data developed in this program, projected operating and capital costs are given for a 100,000 GPD pink water abatement plant.
- Water Pollution and Control