Our clarifier tanks can be designed to withstand any flow rate and space constraint. All fittings can be customised to ensure your tank easily integrates with your system…
Fluids containing particles held in suspension can be filtered in a clarification tank (also called a
settlement tank), where they will either float to the top (scum) or sink to the bottom (sediment).
Particles that are too small to float or sink may require flocculation. A clarifier tank is effective in
removing large amounts of particles from wastewater before filtration and other treatment, where the
particles would otherwise shorten the life of filters or place mechanical strain on equipment.