dosing tank

dosing tank

[′dōs·iŋ ‚taŋk]
(civil engineering)
A holding tank that discharges sewage at a rate required by treatment processes.

dosing tank

In sanitary engineering, a collection tank for sewage which is subsequently discharged for further processing.
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Tenders are invited for Steam and water samples collection, mixing and handling of dosing chemicals, handling of gas cylinders and observing the dosing tank levels of Unit-I&II round the clock.
Once effluent passes through the control structures, it is held in a 1,500 gallon spray field dosing tank prior to application to a 22,500 |ft.
Life and applying a double-chemicals including dosing tank and piping with additional work being civil, electro and mechanically, to perform at two locationsAll as described in the specifications 52006-2015 WFD measures Meijel WWTP and WWTP Gennep.