||Physical Water Conditioning Technique||
P.O.Box 10, DK-4621 Gadstrup, Denmark
Phone: (+45) 46 19 09 90 Fax: (+45) 46 19 09 70
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The installation on existing water system is simple. The water supply is connected to a pump, which gives a pressure between 5 to 8 bar (72,5 to 116 psi) and the pump output is connected to the fitting at the cabinet bottom. A build in pressure gauge indicates correct pump operation.
By one single valve adjustment, the visible air steam in the outlet acrylic outlet pipe is tuned to maximum air flow, which indicates that the sup/sub pressures is creating the necessary friction forces and a secured cold combustion oxidation operation inside the water reactor.
The pump (2), valve (3) and pipelines (1 and 4) may be of any local production, by observing the required pump flow and pressure for a correct reactor operation.
The outlet at the top of the cabinet, which provides germ free water, is returned to system with a pressure between 0,8 to 1,2 bar (14,5 to 21,7 psi). This pressure shall not be reduced by component installations (reduced pipeline size, valves or filters), as such may influence the optimal operation in the water reactor.
Installations into a closed or circulating water system, where a free outlet flow is not possible and is causing pressure reduction, it may be required to change the pipeline size, install a buffer tank or make use of other options to establish accordingly operation conditions as for an open circuit.
The operation control of the pressure gauge and the air beam in the acrylic pipe is simple and can be kept under visible surveillance by any responsible personal, without separate maintenance training. No regular service is required.
The AQUA Hydro Physical Systems® water reactor and cabinet is produced of high grade stainless steel and for flow rate treatment in nine step versions from 1 m3/h up to 51 m3/h.