The Chloro Controls' Brand SuperTM VC- I 0 gas feeders are designed for manual or automatic gas regulation. Automatic operation is a simple addition of a control valve.
Easy to install, for outdoor or indoor installations, each VC- I 0 Gas Feeder is factory tested and needs no field adjustment prior to start-up. 8 different flowmeter capacities provide versatility in meeting gas flow requirements. VC- I 0 Gas Feeder can be directly mounted on gas cylinder or tanners utilizing a lead gasketed positive yoke clamp. Diaphragm ejectors are standard choice of diffusers outlets.
A VC- I 0 Gas Feeder consists of a vacuum regulator, flowmeters with rate valve. Ejector and vacuum & vent tubing to make the complete system.
If multiple feed points are required, remote meters panels and additional ejectors are provided. A switchover module is offered to provide for uninterrupted service.
Sonic Flow: Gas flows at sonic velocity maintaining constant gas flow; additional pressure regulation is not required.
Automatic switchover: A separate, independent device that does not require manual reset. Flow indication is available at both vacuum regulators. Each vacuum regulator has a separate independent vent and an integral pressure relief device.
Versatility: Cylinder, manifold or ton container mounting. Unit can be modified for semi-automatic or automatic control. Variety of ejectors available for all applications.
Reliable: Over 40 years of experience with all vacuum operation, loss of chlorine supply indicator, integral venting system, double thickness main regulating diaphragm, lifetime warranty on diaphragm and springs, integral gas flow indicator.
Ease of Maintenance: Simplicity of design and modular components, such as replaceable inlet capsule for minimized maintenance.
Superior material of construction: Solid silver rate valve, corrosion resistant yoke assembly, and tantalum springs.
For process water, waste treatment and water treatment in the municipal or industrial marketplace.
Disinfection: potable water, municipal wastewater.
Chloramination: potable water.
Dechlorination: textiles, wastewater effluent.
Slime and algae control: irrigation system, cooling towers
Process water: chemical and pharmaceutical manufacture, food (wash down, canning, bleaching, taste and odor control)
Cyanide, chromium removal: metal-finishing wastes.
Zebra mussel control