Wastewater pH Adjustment Systems by Digital Analysis Corp. labTREAT LT50 
0-50 GPM  
Lab Wastewater pH Adjustment Systems 

labTREAT LT50 50 GPM Lab Wastewater pH Adjustment System

50 GPM Lab wastewater neutralization system

Illustrated here is our labTREAT LT50  50 GPM pH Adjustment System


System Performance Specifications: Influent Characteristic: Flow 0-125 GPM, 50 GPM average / 3000 GPH max. Influent pH: 0 < pH < 14. Temperature 32-140F. (High temp units available for temperatures up to 212F.

Effluent pH Range: typical 6.5 < pH < 8.5 (note: the effluent pH range is fully programmable through the operator interface).

Effluent Monitoring: As mandated by the local controlling authority and by most discharge permits continuous monitoring of effluent flow and pH is provided on a circular chart recorder, paperless recorder, or via a data logger. Additionally SCADA systems are available with automatic report generation.
The labTREAT family of lab wastewater pH Adjustment systems are small, compact, waste neutralization systems designed to neutralize acids and bases from any source.

The LT50 pH Adjustment system displayed here is capable of treating wastewater flows up to 50 GPM continuous and 100 GPM intermittent. With the use of an influent equalization system, which is standard on all of our neutralization systems, periodic flows in excess of 125 GPM can be handled.

The labTREAT family of pH Adjustment systems are well suited to neutralize waste water streams from any source including pharmaceutical manufacturing, CIP wastes, university laboratories, and science labs.

Utilities, Weight, Dimensions: Electrical: 480VAC, 3 phase, 60 hz, 20 amp. Disconnect not required (a disconnect is provided on our MCP).

Air: Less than 1 SCFH @ 80 psig.

Dimensions: 60" x 144" x 80"(H) - Not including the optional influent equalization system.

Weight: Approx. 1900 lbs. dry (not including shipping crate).
All of our lab wastes pH Adjustment systems are supplied as complete "turnkey" packages. Prior to shipping all plumbing and electrical connections are complete and the neutralization system undergoes extensive burn in testing in our QC area including a wet / hydro test.

The Main Control Panel (MCP) is equipped with a main disconnect providing OSHA Lock Out / Tag Out (LOTO) and UL 508 compliance. Electrical requires a single point connection.

All of our pH adjustment systems utilize a fail safe valve on the discharge that immediately halts flow in the event of a discharge contravention, alarm or a loss of power. This valve requires a small air supply. If air is not available the same function is provided in an all electric configuration.
Construction: Tanks: PP, PE, XLPE, FRP, and all stainless alloys.

Pipe, Valves, and Fittings: PVC, CPVC, PP, PE, PVDF, and all stainless alloys.

Main Control Panel: All of our pH systems are controlled by an programmable logic controller (PLC) typically Allen-Bradley. All panels are built to NEC, UL 508 and OSHA standards.

Weight: Approx. 1900 lbs. dry (not including shipping crate).

©2012 Copyright Digital Analysis Corporation. All rights reserved.