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A Brief Discussion About Chemical Dosing Pumps

Posted by Admin on July, 18, 2013

Today, Chemical Dosing is a regular process extensively used in the industry for applications ranging from disinfection of potable water to the treatment of water which is to be utilized for highly sensitive industrial processes. Though there are several kinds of Dosing Systems used in the industry e.g. - pressure relief valves, anti-siphon valves, dosing pumps, injectors, etc., the Chemical Dosing Pumps are the most commonly used ones today.


Different Applications Of Chemical Dosing Pumps

  • Used For Water Treatment :- Owing to high process reliability as well as accurate dosing, the Chemical Dosing Pumps are extensively used for water treatment applications in order to carry out efficient disinfection.
  • Used For Waste Water Treatment :- Yet another use of the Chemical Dosing Pumps is in the waste water treatment applications. The Dosing Pumps aid in controlling odor & solid conditioning, keep the phosphorus levels in check, Apart from these, they are also used for achieving a higher degree of primary clarification & effective disinfection of the waste water.

An ISO 9001-2008 certified company, Mahir Technologies Inc - is also a reputed Chemical Dosing Pumps Manufacturer In India offering a superior range of Electronic Chemical Dosing Pumps at reasonable prices. Besides Dosing Pumps, the company also deals in Water Treatment Plant, Water Treatment Components, Water Treatment Chemicals, Ultraviolet Water Purifiers and Water Distribution System. Today, through its dedication towards quality & excellence, the company has managed to establish a credible position in the market. The company products are widely used across different sectors like pharmaceutical, dairy, distilleries, textiles, food processing, hotels, automobile, chemicals, sugar, paper & pulp, electronics industry, metallurgy, tannery, hospitals, fishery, etc. For complete details about the product range, log on to www.mahirtech.com



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