• ### Feed Pumps Selecting Size and Setting Feed RatePure

1. The Output Rate of your well pump. 2. The Dosage Requirement for the chemical(s) you are going to feed into the water. 3. The Strength of the Solution you are feeding. To determine the output rate of the well use this simple system Be sure all water is turned off and stays off during your test.

• ### Jar Testing Parameters Calculator » Ecologix Systems

Jar Testing Parameters Calculator CHEMICAL PREPARATIONEnter your values into the highlighted cells below Water Volume (in ML) ML Percent Dilution Density of Chemical Volume of Chemical Required ML Weight of Chemical Required JAR TESTING PARAMETERSEnter your values into the highlighted cells below Test Sample Quantity in Jar ML Desired Dose

• ### Residual Flow Calculator PulsaFeeder

Calculate required flow for metering pump based on solution strength and desired chemical residual.. Open Calculator. Example Main water flow is 40 GPM to maintain a chlorine residual of 10 ppm using 12.5 Sodium Hypochlorite the pump would need to deliver 4.608 USGPD Formula (main_flow residual) / (concentration)

• ### Water Treatment MathRCAC

33 Chlorination –box 13 2. If a treatment plant had a daily flow of 900 000 gallons per day and it needed to be dosed with 8mg/L of gas chlorine how many pounds of

• ### Formula/Conversion Table for Water Treatment and Water

Feed Rate gpd = Feed Rate lbs/day Chemical solution lbs/gal . Feed Rate lbs/day = Fluoride lbs/day Fluoride lbs / lb of commercialchemical . Fluoride ion purity = (Molecular Weight of Fluoride)(100 ) Molecular Weight of Compound . Portion of Fluoride = (Commercial Chemical Purity

• ### CALCULATING THE CHLORINE DOSAGE USING 5 TO 15

We now insert our MG volume into the pounds formula and calculate the number of pounds of pure chlorine we need. (0.00055 MG)(8.34)(200) = 0.92 lbs PURE chlorine Now we do something different as we need to find the number of pounds of liquid sodium hypochlorite to put into the disinfecting water.

• ### Chemical Injection Rate for Water Chemistry Control Calculator

Chemical Injection Rate (Water Chemistry Control) Use this to calculate the injection rate needed to control the chemical concentration in the irrigation water. This is common for drip irrigation to control algae growth for example. Learn more about the units used on this page.

• ### Tips for Sizing Selecting Chemical Metering Pumps

When replacing equipment or changing chemical programs it is best to ask a few questions. Will the new program operate at the same feed rates as the previous program Is the equipment properly sized for the new products How well has the equipment been operating Any problems with reliability accuracy unusually high maintenance requirements

• ### Dosatron Calculators Resources Dosatron

User of these calculators is responsible for verifying the calculations. These calculators are for informational and educational purposes only. Dosatron International Inc. nor its employees assume any legal liability or responsibility for their accuracy and any consequential damages or faults that may arise from the use of the calculators .

• ### How to calculate Anti-Scalant Feed Dosage

Typically a scale inhibitor/dispersant dosage rate of 25 milligrams per liter (mg/L) is adequate to prevent scaling. Dosing Calculations. For sample calculations we ll make the following assumption in order to properly do these calculations. Feed Flow 510 gpm Specified Dose 2.21 mg/l neat solution (provide by chemical supplier)

• ### Problem Solved Chemical Pounds Per Day Formula

Mar 22 2012 · American Water College PresentsProblem Solved This is the solution to a typical "pounds per day" problem found on state certification exams. It is also an important calculation for

• ### Chemicals Dosing Pumps Calibration Basics Yamatho Supply

Calibration of chemical feed pumps is important to ensure that the proper amount of water treatment products are being fed to your systems. All chemical feed pumps are designed to pump at a certain rate however the actual flow rate can vary depending upon many conditions. Factors such as discharge pressure chemic

• ### Calculating Dosage Rates Using Parts Per Million (PPM)

If you are unfamiliar with how to calculate these rates for your pond then the following examples should help illustrate how to calculate applications rates using parts per million (PPM) concentrations. There are 2 separate examples for each of the 3 steps below which

• ### Calculate Ration Setting and PPM Hydro Systems Co

The 150 = the recommended ppm for the crop the 100 = the injection ratio the 20 = the of active ingredient the 75 is a constant conversion factor used for finding ppm (1 ounce of any 100 percent soluble fertilizer or chemical in 100 gallons of water always equals 75 ppm). The tank size or gallons is one gallon here.If you have a tank size of more than one gallon multiply your answer by

• ### Metering Pumps The Lowdown on Turndown

So it only makes sense that when we need to buy equipment for a chemical feed processwe once again look for more. In the world of metering pumps there s an increasing trend to boast incredible turndown capabilities of 1 000 to 1 3000 to 1 and even 1 000 000 to 1.

• ### DOSAGE RATE CALCULATOROil Field Chemical APP

Click DOSAGE RATE CALCULATOR from the main page. 2. For both field injection rate calculation and test rate calculation you will need to enter any two entries and leave one entry empty. Also put percentage number for injection rate. For example if you are injecting 10 dilution put 10 at the edit box on the right before and the calculation

• ### 10 Apps For Water And Wastewater Professionals

Calculators include volume conversion flow conversion pressure conversion tank capacity estimator tank media calculator liquid feed rate solid chemical dosing and more. An email feature is available to share data with colleagues or save for later use.

• ### Chlorine Concentration Adjustment Calculator for Water

This calculator can be used to adjust the chlorine concentration of water to disinfect it for drinking and also for other applications. Typical levels of free chlorine (or residual chlorine) in drinking water are 0.22.0 mg/L though levels can be as high as 5 mg/L. Chlorine that is added to water is consumed first to become combined chlorine

• ### HOW TO CALCULATE AND REPORT FLUORIDE USAGE By

Here is an example of how to calculate the dose for your chemical feed pump to inject Fluorosilicic Acid. • Remember 1.0 ppm is the optimum level. • The natural level in our well is 0.3 ppm. • 1ppm0.3ppm = 0.7ppm. This means we need to set our pump to inject 0.7 ppm. • In this example our well pumps 600 gallons per minute.

• ### Liquid Chlorination

Chemical Feed Rate (GPH) Solution Strength ( ) The above formula will calculate the GPH metering pump rate required based on a GPM flow to be treated at a specific PPM dosage based on the percent concentration of the chemical being pumped.

• ### Phosphorus Removal AnalysisWWOA

Chemical Dose The required chemical dose is related to the liquid phosphorus concentration. For target concentrations above 2 mg/L (appropriate for chemical addition to a primary clarifier) a dose of 1.0 mole of aluminum or iron per mole of phosphorus is sufficient. For lower phosphorus concentrations in the range of 0.3 –1.0 mg/L

• ### Dilution Dosage CalculatorPWT

Antiscalant Dosage Calculator should be used to calculate the amount of PWT antiscalant delivered by dosing pump from a dilution tank direct from the drum or from a bulk storage facility into the feed water based on the feed flow and the desired PWT antiscalant active dosage concentration.

• ### Dilution Dosage CalculatorPWT

Antiscalant Dosage Calculator should be used to calculate the amount of PWT antiscalant delivered by dosing pump from a dilution tank direct from the drum or from a bulk storage facility into the feed water based on the feed flow and the desired PWT antiscalant active dosage concentration.

• ### Feed Rates CalculatorHydro Solutions

Dec 19 2016 · Feed Rates Calculator. Initial Dosage (gallons) Tank Diameter (ft) Height of Water (ft) Desired PPM (parts per million) Specific Gravity of Chemical Maintenance Feed Rate (ml/min) Desired PPM (parts per million) Specific Gravity of Chemical Blow Down or Bleed Rate

• ### Tips for Sizing Selecting Chemical Metering Pumps

When replacing equipment or changing chemical programs it is best to ask a few questions. Will the new program operate at the same feed rates as the previous program Is the equipment properly sized for the new products How well has the equipment been operating Any problems with reliability accuracy unusually high maintenance requirements

• ### CalcVerter Chemical Metering Pump Feed Rate Calculator

Jul 20 2014 · 2 solution is required for pumping a 55 gallon feed tank is in use and 12 chemical is available. 55 x 2 ----- = 9.17 gal. chemical to 45.83 gal. water in tank 12 Related Calculators Chlorine Dosage Calculator Backwash Water Calculator

• ### Feeding Polyphosphate to Sequester Iron and Manganese

The recommended feed rate for most situations using ProPoly is to use one pound (1.5 cups) of ProPoly per 40 000 gallons of water. This produces a 2-parts- per-million phosphate result. Increase the feed rate to 1 lb per 20 000 gallons for water supplies with heavier than normal corrosion and iron. Pump sizing and feed implications are as follows

• ### Chlorine Metering Pump SizingResidential Well Water

Bleach is 5 1/4 Sodium Hypochlorite Liquid Pool Chlorine is 12 1/2 Sodium Hypochlorite Please Note Our calculator will give you a good starting point but once you turn on the chlorinator be sure to actually measure the chlorine residuals downstream of the injection point. Other factors such as temperature pH and/or the type Continue reading Chlorine Metering Pump Sizing