Sodium Hypochlorite Disinfection – Recirculated
MAK Water’s Sodium Hypochlorite Disinfection Recirculated (SHDR) are designed to automatically maintain the correct amount of free chlorine in a potable water storage tank, in accordance with Australian Drinking Water Guidelines (ADWG). The standard treatment process includes a recirculation pump to turn over the contents of the potable water storage tank twice in a 24 hour period, an inline chlorine analyser which monitors residual free chlorine and a dosing pump to automatically dose liquid sodium hypochlorite as required.
The system components are sized to suit the potable water storage tank and daily water usage. Options are provided for duty standby recirculation and dosing pumps to improve plant reliability. MAK Sodium Hypochlorite Disinfection Recuirculated plants are available skid mounted for installation inside a building, or containerised with air conditioning to avoid chlorine degradation.
If you have specific requirements, contact us about our custom water disinfection systems.