Neutralization Tanks/pH Monitoring and Treatment Systems

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In addition to being a well-known leader in corrosive waste piping systems, GF Piping Systems offers a comprehensive line of neutralization tanks and monitoring pH systems. With corrosive waste applications, a neutralization tank and monitoring system is almost always required by local municipalities. The GF line of tanks and monitoring systems provides a solution for this need. Georg Fischer’s group of experts can help you choose the right tank and monitoring systems allowing for one source and point of contact for the piping system and neutralization.


Product Overview

Technical Data:

Tanks Size:

  • 5–1200 Gallons

Tanks material:

  • Polypropylene (PP)
  • Polyethylene (PE)

Options:

  • Inlets and outlets configurable
  • Customized one piece tank sizes (extension sections not required)

Specification

PART 2 - PRODUCTS - MATERIALS

2.1 pH MONITORING STATION

  1. The pH electrode shall be Georg Fischer Signet LLC DryLoc® part no. 3-2726-10 with protected] glass bulb installed together with a Signet DryLoc® Preamplifier part no. 3-2760-1. Maximum current shall be <1mA dual supply. Connection back to pH analyzer shall be provided via 6 conductor foil shield cable.

  2. The pH transmitter shall be Georg Fischer Signet LLC model no. 8750-2 manufactured for panel mount installation. Transmitter shall be designed to accept signal from pH sensor and convert same to a measuring range of 0-14 pH shown on a digital display. Transmitter shall be providedwith two alarm relays (high and low pH levels), system error LED, push button control and calibration capability and a 4–20 mA output signal for connection to the system chart recorder.

  3. The chart recorder shall be a circular type with maximum 10” diameter charts. Recorder shall be manufactured for panel mount installation, designed to receive a 4–20 mA signal from the pH transmitter. Recorder shall document effluent pH system levels on a pre-printed 7 day/0–14 pH scaled chart using red ink pen cartridges. System manufacturer shall provide 100 pre-printed charts.

  4. The control panel shall be completely pre-wired, pre-assembled and pre-tested prior to delivery. The cabinet shall be a NEMA IV type enclosure ready for wall mounting. The panel front shall be hinged with means of locking provided. Panel power requirements to be 120V single phase 20 amp. The panel components shall be as follows:

    • pH transmitter
    • Circular chart recorder
    • pH out of spec high/low light
    • System on/off switch/light
    • Alarm test and silence buttons
    • Alarm horn

  5. The u-trap assembly shall be manufactured of polypropylene pipe and fittings joined by the electro-fusion method. Inlet side of the trap (connected to tank outlet piping) is to have an extended section which will house the effluent pH probe. The purpose of this unit is to maintain a pocket of effluent which allows the pH probe to remain wet while ensuring the flow stream passes by the probe. The inlet and out sides of the unit shall be provided with connections as shown on the contract documents.

  6. Complete system as described herein shall be Type 530 pH Monitoring System as manufactured by GF Piping Systems, Tustin CA.

PART 3 - EXECUTION

3.1 pH INSTALLATION

  1. All components and instrumentation shall be furnished, ready for installation from a single source.

  2. The monitoring system shall be installed in strict accordance with the manufacturers’

  3. Recommendations and drawings, in compliance with project specifications and all state/local codes.

  4. Contractor shall be responsible for installing all components of the system (U-trap, pH probe).

  5. Site electrical contractor shall be responsible for mounting control panel, providing power feed to control panel, and wiring pH probe from U-trap assembly location to control panel.

3.2 SYSTEM START-UP

  1. All components and instrumentation shall be furnished, ready for installation from a single source.

  2. The monitoring system shall be installed in strict accordance with the manufacturers’ recommendations and drawings, in compliance with project specifications and all state/local codes.

  3. System calibration shall be confirmed by the system manufacturer ensuring the installed system is in proper working order.

3.3 SYSTEM WARRANTY

  1. All components and instrumentation provided by the manufacturer shall be warranted against defects in workmanship and material for a period of one year from the date of delivery.

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