INFLUENCE OF FLOCCULATING AGENTS ONTO THE WATER COAGULATION COURSE

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Daniela Wira Jerzy Wira

Abstract

Tests were done on the model station situated on the territory of Szczecin–Pomorzany Water Treatment Plant. The tested water came from Kurowski Channel. Kurów is the river bank water intake from Kurowski Channel – an artificial arm of Western Odra River. Pumping station is situated 300 m far from the Kurowski Channel. Water is supplied to the intake chamber of the pumps using the pipeline Φ 1400. Three pumps of Flyght CP 3305 type in the alternating system force the raw water through two pipelines Φ 700 PE to Pomorzany Water Treatment Plant situated 3 km far from it.


Kurowski Channel is supplied from the main stream of Odra River and the inflowing underground waters of Wysoczyzna. Average composition of the water coming from Kurowski Channel is much more better than the water taken directly from Odra River.


Key words: flocculating agents, water coagulation, raw water

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WIRA, Daniela; WIRA, Jerzy. INFLUENCE OF FLOCCULATING AGENTS ONTO THE WATER COAGULATION COURSE. Baltic Coastal Zone, [S.l.], v. 10, p. 2006, vol.10, pp. 159 - 167, oct. 2010. ISSN 1643-0115. Available at: <https://bcz.apsl.edu.pl/index.php/1/article/view/194>. Date accessed: 06 july 2022.
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