I have a task to start a trial period for an industrial WWTP. It is rather simple, rotary drum sieve, equalisation tank with a neutralisation equipment (HCl and CO2 as acid, and NaOH as a base) and that's it. The desired level of pH is 6-9. And the plant is automatic
Concerning the fact that most of the time, the wastewater has good pH value, how should I test the equipment and show it to the investor?
My plan was to set the desired value of pH e.g. 9-10, and than the NaOH pump should start working. When the pH of water gets in the 9-10 interval, I would again set the 6-9 interval in order to start the HCl or CO2 pump.
Is this plan OK? Do you have some suggestions? Are there some potential issues I am not aware of?
Thank you in advance for your answers.