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Dosing pumps from Siemens, Iwaki and others for automatic dosing of chlorine, acid or flocculant.

Dosing pumps for dosing chlorine, acid and flocculant

Dosing pumps are used in public, hotels & wellness, but also in private homes for the automatic dosing of Chlorine, Acid and flocculant in swimming pool water.

What type of dosing pumps are there?

What type of dosing pumps are there?

For automatic swimming pool water treatment, mainly 2 types of dosing pumps are used

  • Peristaltic or hose pumps
  • Membrane pumps

The most well-known brands of swimming pool dosing pumps that are widely used in public swimming pools are the dosing pumps from Iwaki and Prominent.

These dosing pumps dose automatically liquid chlorineliquid acid. and liquid flocculant.

What are dosing pumps used for?

Stand-alone dosing pumps

You can operate these dosing pumps based on time, in combination with an automatic water treatment that gives an impulse.

metering pumps

This type of dosing pump will pH or liquid chlorine administer based on a measurement. These are systems in combination with a probe. This measurement will determine how much chlorine or pH the pump should deliver.

Which dosing pumps are used in automatic water treatment

The next step is a system that measures both pH and Chlorine on the basis of this liquid chlorine and pH will start dosing. These are automatic water treatments without further ado.

Does a dosing pump require a lot of maintenance?

Best you go the peristaltic tube in the peristaltic pump to be replaced annually to ensure proper operation. These can be found under parts list.

Parts for a dosing pump that you should check annually: 

  • the peristaltic pump hose
  • injectors for the product in the line
  • the suction lance 
  • dosing and suction pipe

How does a dosing pump work?

Every dosing pump has the same principle. It pump up of chemicals (Liquid chlorine, liquid pH, liquid flocculant) using a suction pipe in the bottle.

The peristaltic pump will pump this up and through the return line propel to the injection point. The chemicals will pass through this injection point injected into the pipeline become.

  1. Step 1 : suction of the pool product via a vacuum
  2. 2nd step: it pump through through the pump from the sucked-in product to the dosing line
  3. last step: it inject of the product in the pool pipe

These 3 parts must be checked regularly in order for the dosing pumps to work properly.