CONTINUOUS AND AUTOMATIC WATER TREATMENT PROCESSES
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Continuous and automatic control of water treatment processes involve the use of analog electronic sensors that provide the measurements for the main water parameters. Combined with one or more PLCs, data is collected and motorised valves are operated to deliver the best operational results
1. main parameters to measure and control in a Water Treatment Plant
Flow measurement is one of the main water treatment parameters and will commonly be used as the basic reading in most PLC controlled water treatment program
Level measurements for water tanks, typically ultrasonic sensors, are easy to install, precise and provide a more valuable information than the tradicional float level sensors
Pressure and differential pressure sensors are decisive when controlling pumps or starting backwash in filtration systems