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Chemineer mixers on course to provide high quality drinking water for Glasgow

Posted: Thursday 15th February 2007

Flocculators and Flash Mixers made by Derby-based Chemineer are helping provide high quality drinking water to people in Greater Glasgow, as part of Scottish Waterís £120M Katrine Water Project, due for completion at the end of 2007.

At what is Scotlandís largest engineering works for the water industry, Chemineer has supplied, installed and commissioned its mixing equipment at Scottish Waterís Milnagvie Water Treatment Works, which is being significantly upgraded.

Chemineerís Flash Mixers provide instantaneous dispersion of chemicals into streams of liquid, whilst the Flocculators provide gentle agitation with minimal shear but maximum flow. Both types of equipment benefit from high efficiency impellers, which are part of the new technologies introduced to bring about improved quality drinking water for a total of 700,000 people in Glasgow.

As well as building a new 240Mld filtration plant, Scottish Water is also investing in two huge new underground storage tanks which will have a total capacity of 80 million litres.

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