The raw water is first-received in the stilling chamber. The thoroughly mixed water from stilling chamber passes into flocculators to facilitate flocculation.

The water then enters the-tube zone from the bottom and rises up through the inclined tubes. The flocs due to density difference will start settling down. The clarified water will rise upwards and get collected in uniformly spaced troughs. The separated sludge will slide down the tube and will be drained off by hydrostatic head.

The main process advantage offered by this system is that during the course of operation, the concenteation of suspended solids is continuously built up below the tube zone resulting in the formation of sludge blanket. The continuously downward moving streams of suspended solids comes in contact with incoming flocs ensuring effective flocculation. Especially in case of low turbidity water, where suspended solids may not be adequate enough for effective separation.


Dylan Welsh Factory

Dosing System

Cabinet R.O-50 to 500 lph

Ultra Filteration