Altering the pH or adding chemicals to pre-condition water for subsequent treatment is one of the most widely used steps in wastewater treatment. pH addition and control is critical to achieving not just successful treatment but also to ensure the water quality meets the relevant regulatory requirements.

Baldwin Industrial Systems are widely experienced in both pH control equipment and the addition of other chemicals for successful water treatment outcomes. Materials that may need to be dosed can include acid, alkali, coagulants, flocculants and disinfectants.

Equipment and options available with Baldwin pH and Dosing Systems include:

For more information on pH and chemical dosing systems call us on 02 4954 0440.

pH & Dosing Systems
Industrial Wastewater Treatment: pH & Dosing Systems

What is a dosing system in a water treatment plant?

A dosing system is used for altering pH or adding chemicals to pre-condition water for subsequent treatment – this is one of the most commonly used and important steps in the treatment of wastewater.

What are pH and dosing wastewater systems used for?

Materials that may need to be dosed during treatment include acids and alkalis, coagulants, flocculants and disinfectants.

How do pH dosing systems work?

pH dosing systems, sometimes referred to as pH control systems, are highly automated equipment that can measure, alter, and monitor a variety of water parameters. These systems are frequently used in commercial and industrial settings, including waste management and water recycling.

How do I know if a pH & Dosing system is right for my operation?

This is dependent on a number of variables, including budget, location, flow rates, and the composition of wastewater. Get in touch with us at (02) 4954 0440 and we will advise you on the best system for you.