Digital Flocculators in 4 and 6 positions with timer and illuminated back panel to allow standard conditions to be met during Jar Testing.
Easy to use and Reliable
Microprocessor controlled operating time for unattended operation
Illuminated back panel simplifies the observation of the samples
Stirring rods adjustable in height without tools
Digitally selectable speed from 10 to 300 rpm
Identical speed and time for all positions for comparable results
Reliable and repeatable results from VELP stirring quality
Precise speed from an electronically controlled DC gear motor
Strong resistance to chemical and mechanical corrosion
High visibility LED displays for speed and time
Choice of 4- or 6-place models
What is JAR TEST?
Jar testing is a pilot-scale test of the treatment chemicals used in a particular water plant.
It simulates the coagulation/flocculation process in a water treatment plant, helping the operator in the determination of the right amount of treatment chemicals, and, thus, in improving the plant's performance.
Jar testing entails adjusting the amount of chemicals and their sequence in which they are added. The sample requires to be stirred so that the formation, development, and settlement of floc can be watched just as it would be in the fullscale treatment plant.
The operator then performs a series of tests to compare the effects of different amounts of flocculation agents at different pH values to determine the right size floc.
Note: For all International Orders, the buyer will be solely responsible for the customs clearance, duty, and taxes imposed on the package.
Construction Material: epoxy painted metal structure
Models: 6 positions
Back Panel: disconnectable illuminated
Stainless Steel Stirring Rods: adjustable in height by a selfblocking chuck
Monoselector: same speed for each rod
Power: 19 W
Dimensions (Wxhxd): 935x347x260 mm (36.8x13.7x10.2 in)
Weight: 17 kg (37.4 lb)
Electronic Speed Control: from 10 to 300 rpm
Speed Setting Interval: 1 rpm
Microprocessor Controlled Timer: 0÷999 min or 0 ÷99 hours (or continuous)