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1. vacuum Pressure Guage
2. Water Pressure Guage
3. Chlorine Pressure Guage
4. Ejector
5. vacuum Regulator
6. Water Inlet
7. Non Return Valve
8. Chlorine Inlet
9. HOCL Outlet
10. Chlorine Pressure Regulator
11. Rotameter
12. Chlorine Control Valve

Woolman makes semi automatic non corrodable cubicle type vacuum feed chlorinator confirming to IS 10553 (Part 2) 1983 with latest amendments, capacity of 0.0Kg/hr to 5.0- Kgs/hr along with the following essential parts for protection (All the components should be made out of noncorrosive type materials)

A vacuum regulator with Teflon diaphragm and Teflon working parts, which should be stopped the chlorine flow from the cylinder in case of power failure/water shortage.
A compensating differential regulator with Teflon diaphragm and working parts to maintain the constant down stream pressure.
A borosilicate glass rotameter with scale to measure the flow of chlorine gas.
A flow regulating pressure valve to maintain the constant flow of required chlorine gas.
An injector to create the necessary vacuum at a minimum water pressure 0.5kg/cm2 .
A vacuum pressure breaker to prevent the possibility of water being drawn into the chlorinator and chlorine cylinder.
All connection pipes for chlorine gas should made out of steel braided Teflon with necessary fittings.
A cabinet should made out of FRP, fitted with three numbers of pressure gauges to show the chlorine, water, vacuum pressure and with a minimum size of 1,600 x 780 x 540 mm with a pedestal mounting block.


Advantages of Chlorine Gas instead of bleaching Powder

Chlorine gas is having 100 % chlorine You can control the chlorination continuously with CHLORINATOR Bleaching powder being hygroscopic in nature, absorbs moisture from air and will become a pasty mass. Hence storage & handling is a difficult task, Rapidly looses chlorine on storage, Leads to commercial loss on storage.Due to rapidly depleting chlorine concentration in bleaching powder, exact chlorine dosage at the time of dosing is never known.

Bleaching powder solution preparation is a laborious process involving mixing, settling, decanting of clear chlorine solution, transferring to dosing equipment etc. If the solution has high residue, then lime will deposit inside pipelines and equipment causing choking of lines and pumps.While adding to water bleaching powder will be having having only 25 % chlorine , you have to add minimum 4 kgs of bleaching powder to get 1.0 kg chlorine. uniform chlorination is not available with bleaching PowderCost of one kg chlorine gas will be maximum Rs 55.00 ,all inclusive upto your Pump House Cost of 4 kgs Bleaching powder ,to get 1 kg chlorine will be Rs 100.00 ,all inclusive upto your Pump House

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