Chlorine Contact Tanks

The wastewater disinfection process is essential in reducing the number of waterborne pathogens, thereby lowering the risk of exposing the public to microorganisms that cause infectious diseases. One of the most common methods is chlorination. Disinfection via a serpentine flow path chlorine contact chamber provides a minimum of 30 minutes of detention time for the chlorine to make contact with the treated wastewater.

During this process, a straightforward and cost-effective BioMix Compressed Gas Mixing System can provide energy efficient mixing to prevent residual solids from settling in the chamber.


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Energy Efficiency
  • Ability to mix at a fraction of the energy compared to mechanical or diffused air mixing
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Straightforward Operation
  • No motors or electrical components in the tank requiring maintenance
Process Optimization
  • Operator-adjustable firing parameters that enable ideal mixed conditions without deposition and minimum energy input
  • Integration with any tank geometry or configuration
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Unparalleled Flexibility
  • Retrievable configuration available for wet installations
  • No low-level limitations — ability to mix at any liquid depth