break tank

break tank

A water tank system that incorporates an air gap in it to prevent water from backing into the system and contaminating the potable water supply.
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Product water from this system, depicted in Figure A, can be directed to a tank (make-up mode) or recirculated back to the RO Break Tank.
Assuming that the unit is installed in a recirculation loop with RO Break Tank, the waste can be fully or partially recovered to the Tank.
6 bar water inlet pressure, full break tank and booster pump, full water bylaws approval, three wash programmes plus wash and rinse temperature displays, and an automatic self-cleaning cycle.
Example projects planned for FY 2015 are a handrail around the secondary clarifiers, addition of a curtain and a tap for the dumpster, addition of cross-flow piping in the aeration basin, plant water improvements to add capacity and hydrants and a strainer, addition of a spare break tank pump, seal wall on Fernhill Road for graffiti resistance and longevity, seal brick on buildings for longevity, and paint and label outdoor piping for longevity and information.
The RO Break Tank provides a location for feed from the upstream Pretreatment Section, with air break, a location for recirculation of Ion Removal and Polishing System recirculation flow when make-up to the Purified Water Storage System is not required, a location for recirculation of waste water from the continuous electrodeionization system, and a location for introduction of chemical sanitizing agent during periodic sanitization operations.
Our contractors, Hertel, attended the property and discovered that a cleaning substance had been added to the block's cold water break tank.
Mains water is first drawn into a break tank before being pumped through the UV system at a flow rate of 40m3/hour.
area, HVAC upgrades to existing CEHRS UV building, NPW break tank, NPW booster station, addition of NPW to various systems, instrument and control system improvements, electrical system improvements, upgrades to existing flush gate system, and other various system and site upgrades.
The rehabilitation works project consisted of the replacement of two existing pressure break tanks, the construction of nine pressure-reducing stations, the construction of three new water tanks, and the modifications to three other existing water tanks.