DULCOTROL® Drinking Water and DULCOTROL® Waste Water
Compact, application-optimised measuring and control systems
The compact, application-optimised online measuring and control units have been specifically tailored to the requirements of the potable water and waste water industries. Modular in design, all of the components required for measurement, control and monitoring of the different types of water are coordinated with each other and assembled on a PE panel wired ready for connection.
DULCOTROL® Drinking Water guarantees the reliable measuring and controlling of all the required parameters in drinking, process, rinsing, raw and process waters for disinfection, CIP (Cleaning In Place) and for the pH value adjustment. DULCOTROL® Waste Water guarantees the reliable measuring and controlling of all the required parameters in clear water, turbid or sludge containing water with solid fractions and water with fluoride and a pH range of less than 7. The continuous monitoring and the correcting of the waste water quality is particularly important in pH neutralisation and pH value adjustment, disinfection of purified water, elimination of reducing agents and oxidants for the purpose of detoxification, desalination of process water, monitoring of rinsing water and the control of dissolved oxygen at the biological clarifying stage.
The standard version consists of a complete online measuring and control system comprising a controller DULCOMETER® diaLog DACa, one or two DULCOTEST® sensors and associated fittings, pipework and cabling. Further devices for treating the measured water, such as compatible filters, pressure reducers, heat exchangers or measured water pumps can be added to meet the requirements of the application.
This system solution is winning customers over thanks to its simple Plug & Play installation in bypasses with significant savings in terms of planning and installation, as well as its task-specific and reliable operation.
For more than 50 years, the ProMinent Group has been a manufacturer of components and systems in the field of fluid metering as well as a reliable solution partner for water treatment.
Based on innovative products, comprehensive expertise in process technology and distinct application orientation, practical solutions are developed for customer-specific requirements. Thereby, ProMinent supports its customers worldwide with regard to safety, efficiency and environmental compatibility.
The Group is headquartered in Heidelberg, Germany. About 2,400 employees in 55 own sales, production and service companies as well as representations guarantee service and availability in more than 100 countries all over the world.
In addition to the treatment of public drinking and waste water, the key sectors include chemical industry, industrial water treatment, food and beverage industry, treatment of swimming pool water and oil and gas industry.
The extensive product portfolio consists of components such as metering pumps, peristaltic pumps, process controllers and sensors for water parameters; products for water treatment such as metering systems for polymers as well as complete metering systems and accessories such as chemical storage containers and transfer pumps. For the process and plant technology used in the oil, gas and energy sectors, the Group provides process metering pumps and plants from its own production.
Under its own brand ProMaqua, ProMinent offers a broad portfolio of environmentally friendly and economic water treatment and disinfection processes with highest efficiency.
The product range comprises chlorine dioxide plants, electrolysis systems, UV systems, ozone systems as well as ultrafiltration systems.
In order to be a dependable long-term partner for its customers, the Group is investing constantly both in product innovation and in state-of-the-art manufacturing processes with a high level of in-house production. 12 worldwide production facilities guarantee a consistently high standard of quality, flexibility and delivery reliability.
More detailed information is available at www.prominent.com
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