The new lime dosing system from Ingredient Batching Systems has been designed for flue gas treatment and water treatment. It has all the benefits of the previous model but with the additional advantage that it now has the latest electronics and is a modular design for faster delivery to a customer’s site.
Using lime as an effective and economic cleaning and neutralizing agent against flue gasses in industrial chimneys and for water treatment plants is all about the way that the lime is targeted. Over the past few years, technology has improved to the point where today, it is possible to identify the precise point where the lime should be targeted in order for it to be most effective. Our dosing rig makes this possible.
The hardware is the key element. The early dosing rigs consisted of a mildly modified FIBC discharge chassis fitted with a blower and basic control unit. These were fine while standard doses were all that were required of it but once a customer wanted anything other than to deliver a standard dose it was back to the drawing board. The latest version from Ingredient Batching Systems has the ability to vary the dosing levels during delivery and so provides all the flexibility that a customer is likely to need. Also, because it is of modular design and construction it can be supplied much more quickly than the earlier versions which were individually engineered.
But while the design is modular, customers still have the option to specify from a list of different components or static or mobile units. For those customers who don’t need to run the dosing rig on a permanent basis or are interested in trials, Ingredient Batching Systems can offer short and medium term rental agreements.