We are reusing a existing carbon steel tank to hold industrial wastewater of acidic nature ( lower value upto pH 4) for temporaily storage when the treatment system is in upset condition. What are the items to be considered for this conversion. What would be the minimum D.O. to be maintained? What type of interior coating would be the best? What type of mixing system to keep the solids in suspension? Tank = 50 ft diameter, 30 ft ht. above the ground tank. Closed Top.
Any insights from who has worked in such project or who has done such conversion would be greatly appreciated.
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