A dosing pot, also referred to as a chemical dosing pot or chemical injection pot, is an essential device employed across multiple industries, including water treatment, oil and gas, and industrial processes. Its primary purpose is to enable the precise injection of chemicals into a system or process in a clean, controlled and manageable manner. They are used across various industrial processes to introduce the specific chemicals necessary for the operation of key systems.
Why are dosing pots important?
The dosing pot ensures the reliable introduction of chemicals into the desired system. It provides a controlled environment that allows for the careful measurement and injection of chemicals, ensuring optimal concentration levels and flow rates. This controlled injection process is crucial in industries where chemicals need to be added in specific quantities and at precise intervals.
Dosing pots are invaluable in delivering chemicals in systems where precision is essential. Their ability to ensure accurate dosing plays a vital role in optimising industrial processes, resulting in enhanced efficiency and effectiveness. Whether the objective is to maintain water quality, prevent corrosion, or improve process efficiency, dosing pots serve as essential tools for achieving desired outcomes in a controlled and reliable manner.
Where are they installed?
Dosing pots are typically installed at key points within a system where chemical dosing is required. They are commonly placed across the flow and return pipe, allowing for easy integration and precise injection of chemicals. The exact location of installation will depend on the specific application and the intended purpose of the dosing pot.
Versatility & Efficiency
Dosing pots can accommodate various chemicals depending on the specific application. The choice of chemicals used in dosing pots can vary depending on the desired treatment or process requirements. For example, in water treatment, common chemicals include coagulants, flocculants, disinfectants, pH adjusters, and corrosion inhibitors.
In hot and cold water systems, the same chemicals can often be used, although dosage levels may vary based on temperature. Certain chemicals may also have compatibility considerations with certain pipe materials. Aggressive chemicals may require the use of corrosion-resistant materials such as stainless steel or PVC pipes.
Dosing Pots from Stourflex
Stourflex offers a comprehensive selection of dosing pots designed specifically for dosing chemicals into heating and chilled water systems. Our dosing pots ensure a safe and controlled method of introducing chemicals without causing any disruptions to the operation of the system.
The JP750 is a versatile and high-performance dosing pot. It is designed to provide a precise and controlled injection of chemicals into heating and chilled water systems. The JP750 features robust construction, ensuring durability and longevity in demanding industrial environments. We also supply the full range of Vexo X-Pot products.
When you choose Stourflex dosing pots, you receive a complete package that includes all the necessary valves and a tundish, streamlining the installation process and minimising the time required on-site. Our solutions are not only cost-effective but also easy to install, allowing for straightforward and regular maintenance of your heating or chilled water system.
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