Purification by feeding of activated carbon in water treatment plants
Due to its large specific surface area, activated carbon is increasingly used to absorb micropollutants in waste water treatment processes. As a specialist in powder handling, Gericke offers turnkey systems for the elimination of micropollutants by accurately feeding powdered activated carbon (PAC) into waste water streams.
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Gericke engineers and delivers the whole process from silo or FIBC emptying, through to dissolving the PAC into water. The ecological and economical benefits of this process have been proven in various small and large scale communal or industrial water treatment stations across Europe.
A skid solution named AK-DOS was jointly developed by Gericke and Sülzle Kopf.
The combined knowledge of these two companies makes the AK-DOS system a leading product in gravimetric dosing of activated carbon for sewage plants. Gericke tare-compensated loss-in-weight feeders with Easydos controller are configured for the AK-DOS as modular systems and thus can be integrated in the whole range of waste water treatment systems.