Hi we have a project where we are looking into automatic dosing of chemical into a chamber to dechlorinate water from a water treatment site. Does anyone have a design reference or the kind of thing that needs to be considered? Note I am not doing final detailed design I would just like to understand what info is key and how it is done before the 'real' designers get a handle on it. Just so I understand the constraints etc. I'm thinking based on previous experience with dechlor tablets to automatically dose into the chamber we would need to consider;
flow rate, total volume, PPM of chlorine. Also would it matter the distance to the receptor or sampling chamber? Contact time?
Any help or links to design guides etc much appreciated.
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