Chemical Feed Tanks – Polyethylene and Stainless Steel
For the mixing and storage of chemicals for supply to the injection pump.
A & F Machine Products have long been associated with quality dependable chemical feed tanks (30 to 500 gallon size tanks).
Polyethylene Chemical Feed Tanks
Polyethylene Tank and stands are supplied with a removable lid, two poly valves installed in the bottom, and a carbon steel piping assembly for one pump head (an all plastic piping assembly is optional.) 50 and 100 gallon tank stands have 3 legs, all others have 4 legs. Only the 50 gallon tank and stand has the upper support ring.
OVERPACK (STEEL SHELL W/POLY LINER) VISUAL SLIT & REMOVABLE LID IS STANDARD.
STEEL & STAINLESS STEEL TANKS
Steel and stainless steel chemical feed tanks are supplied with a half-hinged lid, carbon steel valve & strainer, carbon steel support legs & brass gauge glass valves.
SS valve, strainer, gauge glass valves and support legs are optional items. All tanks are painted gray enamel.
50 Gallon to 500 Gallon available.>> Also See Chemical Feed Pumps <<
Chemical Feed Tanks
Here are some key features and functions of chemical feed tanks:
Chemical Storage – Chemical feed tank – are primarily used for the safe storage of chemicals. They are typically made from materials that are compatible with the stored chemicals to prevent corrosion or contamination. Common materials include polyethylene, polypropylene, fiberglass-reinforced plastic (FRP), and stainless steel.
Chemical Dispensing – These tanks are equipped with various components to accurately and safely dispense chemicals into a process or system. This may include pumps, valves, flow meters, and controllers to regulate the flow and dosage of chemicals.
Safety Measures – Safety features such as ventilation systems, leak detection, spill containment, and chemical-resistant coatings are often incorporated into chemical feed tanks to prevent accidents and protect workers and the environment.
Mixing and Dilution – Some chemical feed tanks are designed to mix chemicals or dilute concentrated solutions to the desired strength before they are injected into a process. Agitation systems may be included for this purpose.
Control Systems – Many chemical feed tanks are equipped with control systems that allow operators to set and monitor chemical dosing parameters, ensuring precise and consistent chemical addition.
Mounting and Installation – Chemical feed tanks can be installed in various ways, including wall-mounted, floor-mounted, or skid-mounted configurations, depending on the specific application and space constraints.
Sizes and Capacities – These tanks come in a wide range of sizes and capacities to accommodate different chemical usage requirements.
Maintenance – Regular maintenance is essential to ensure the proper functioning of chemical feed tanks. This includes cleaning, inspecting, and replacing components as needed to prevent leaks or malfunctions.
Chemical feed tanks play a crucial role in water treatment plants, wastewater treatment facilities, industrial processes, and other applications where precise chemical dosing is necessary to achieve desired treatment outcomes or chemical reactions. Properly designed and maintained chemical feed tanks contribute to process efficiency, product quality, and environmental compliance.
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