Neptune Introduces Clear Bromine Feeders For Water Treatment Chemical Feed Applications

06.11.2013

Neptune Chemical Pump Co. is pleased to announce the launch and availability of its Model CLR-25 and CLR-50 Clear Bromine Feeders. They have been designed to be a convenient and efficient way to properly feed solid biocide or other corrosive water-treatment chemicals into closed-loop systems in cooling towers.

The design and operation of the CLR-25 and CLR-50 models mean that they have the versatility to handle ball, stick, tablet and other forms of bromine.

Regarding delivery rates, the CLR-25 unit has a total capacity of 11.3 kg (25 lbs.) with an outlet feed rate of 2.5 to 4.8 kg (5.5 to 10.6 lbs.) and a flow range from 3.8 to 37.8 L/min (1 to 10 gpm). The CLR-50 model has a total capacity of 22.7 kg (50 lbs.) with an outlet feed rate of 3.6 to 7.3 kg (8 to lbs.) and a flow range of 3.8 to 3.78 kg (1 to 10 lbs.).

Other design features and benefits of both the CLR-25 and CLR-50 models include:

  • A clear PVC body that allows the bromine to be viewed without opening the cap
  • Two threaded bottom inlets and drain connections
  • 15.2 cm (6 in.) top opening with threaded, O-ring enclosure
  • Maximum pressure to 8.6 bar (125 psi)
  • Maximum temperature to 38ºC (100ºF)
  • Standard pressure relief valve set at 8.6 bar (125 psi)
  • UV-inhibited materials
  • Optional features include a PVC piping kit with unions, valves and all required fittings
  • Flow indicators with four flow ranges from 0.38 to 37.9 L/min (0.1 to 10 gpm)
  • Two sizes (8.9 and 11.4 cm/3.5 and 4.5 in.) of polyethylene funnels

Picture: Bromine Feeder (Image: Neptune Chemical Pump Co.)

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