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Dual Loop Slurry Chemical Blender

Posted by DFS on Aug 21, 2019 12:18:44 PM
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The fully automated DFS Fusion™ Dual Loop Slurry Chemical Blender is designed to allow for blending of up to 3 Chemicals and UPW with the ability to handle additional slurry inputs if needed. This system will also inject, monitor, and maintain hydrogen peroxide concentration utilizing ultrasonic flow meters, metering valves and refractive index

Dual Loop Slurry Chemical Blender

The primary configuration of the system includes two 60-70 gallon polyethylene tanks, individual dual loop pressure control per tank with side-to-side switching, system plumbing contained within a polypropylene cabinet, and a system control panel. 

Other major components of the chemical blender include:

  • PLC
  • HMI
  • Conductivity analyzers
  • RI units
  • Magnetic levitated pumps
  • Filter housings (6 per side)
  • Load cells (3 Per tank)
  • Teflon plumbing
  • Pressure Transducers
  • Pneumatic control valves
  • Attached drum transfer system with drum or tote load cells

The operator HMI panel is mounted on the outside of the system with easy access and control and the operator touch screen can be used to:

  • Change control and alarm set points
  • Display and acknowledge alarms
  • Open and close pneumatic control valves
  • Configure the blending sequences
  • Configure blends and blend monitoring or adjustments
  • Select and disable pumps for maintenance

If you would like to learn more about our Fusion™ Dual Loop Slurry Blending System, please feel free to:

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