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Manuals and Instructional Downloads
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Our trademarked DosingCube™ is used in a number of different applications from single use with IBC’s to perform temporary or emergency duties or as part of a modular and interchangeable system for ease of use and process/maintenance efficiency (just replace one for another, can be returned to WES for annual service with no disruption to the end users process).
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Operating instructions. The DosingCube™ is a self contained dosing system designed specifically for emergency dosing of water & waste water treatment chemicals from an IBC or existing chemical storage tank.
Part of WES in-house products. The DS 200 is a versatile small (200 litre) self contained tank and bund system housing a chemical dosing pump, and varying degrees of additional features. Two pumps with automatic changeover, hand or electric chemical transfer, Telemetry options plus much more…
The WES DS1000 spill containment and dosing system. Safe and secure IBC bunding. No more pumping out rainwater. Single or multiple units.
The popular DS1500 is a versatile self-contained system. It can be used as a cost-effective way of simple and low complexity chemical dosing or it can incorporate a full duty standby arrangement ideal for where there may be a limited footprint. This unit can be modified to suit a number of different applications, including bag loaders and other powder make up systems.
Fully enclosed chemical dosing systems comprising a GRP enclosure/cover fitted to a fabricated Polyethylene bund into which is fitted a 2500 or 5000 Litre Polyethylene storage tank. Single duty or duty/standby pumps can be fitted with dose rates up to 150 Litres/hr.
Larger volumetrically than the DS1500 but incorporating many of the same principles. Easily transportable means that site installation times can be minimised. These units are manufactured at our Basingstoke facility and can be delivered to site on low loader and crane or via Hiab. Extremely versatile they are suitable for a number of different applications and can be modified to suit specific process requirements.
A versatile, fully enclosed, bunded chemical dose validation & flow measuring system comprising a weatherproof, lockable, UV stabilised polypropylene enclosure with lift-off inspection hatch with viewing window.
A versatile, fully enclosed, bunded chemical dosing flow validation system comprising a weatherproof, lockable, UV stabilised polyethylene enclosure with carrying handles, mounting hooks & clamshell inspection hatch incorporating window & stay.
A versatile, fully enclosed, heavy duty, bunded chemical IBC store, comprising a weatherproof, lockable, polyethylene (UV stabilised LDPE) enclosure with durable swing -out doors & upper roller shutter on both sides for ease of loading.
An economical, heavy duty, unblockable chemical diffusion system, comprising a weather proof polyethylene fabricated chemical channel with weir slots, & a stainless steel “across channel” suspension & levelling system.
White Papers / Technical Guides
The accurate, controlled delivery of chemicals is a fundamental part of many industrial processes and almost all municipal water or wastewater treatment regimes. In the majority of cases, chemical dosing is carried out using automated equipment.
Download our white paper to find out the benefits of hiring containerised chemical dosing plant and equipment. It highlights how water companies can manage short to medium term requirements for emergency breakdowns or planned maintenance and refurbishment.
This white paper will explain the necessity for chemical bunds, examine the choices available and highlight the responsibilities of businesses toward their provision and maintenance.
This white paper will summarise eutrophication’s effects and the challenges it creates for water companies – both practical and financial.
This white paper examines the need for a collaborative, integrated approach to removing phosphorus, and outlines what the resulting solution will look like.
This white paper will summarise the potential impact of inadequate maintenance, outline the essentials of a planned preventative maintenance programme and highlight the help available.
This development project was initiated when Wessex Water issued a framework tender call for Phosphorous removal systems. It has resulted in greater choice, including packages with storage sizes up to 10,000 litres.
WES helps Wessex Water reduce costs and improve reliability through equipment standardisation at Chilcompton site.
Do you dose reliably? Take control of the risks – let WES take care of your chemical dosing equipment maintenance. Find out more about our Planned Preventative Maintenance Packages.
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