Wastewater Tank Gauge


Wastewater Tank Level Gauge

We at Krueger Sentry gauge understand that the general level of good public health found in the modern world can be largely attributed to the collection, treatment, and reuse of wastewater. We aim to provide accurate and reliable instrumentation to wastewater treatment facilities in both municipal and industrial sectors. Together, we can continue to make the earth a healthier place.

Wastewater Tank Gauge Applications

At Krueger Sentry Gauge, we pride ourselves on providing top-of-the-line gauges. For the over 65 years that we have been in business, safety and reliability have been our primary concerns. We use components produced by us or other American manufactures to comply with the Buy American Act. It’s with these materials that we produce a significant variety of both stainless steel and plastic gauges designed for both durability and precision. Their typical applications include: Level measurement of any stored liquids used in the water treatment process including but not limited to:

  • Algicide
  • Chlorine
  • Chlorine dioxide
  • Muriatic acid
  • Sodium bicarbonate

Wastewater Tank Gauge Techniques

A wide variety of methods are available to treat the range of wastewater produced by the public, different industries, and natural causes. Brine treatment, solids removal, oils and grease removal, removal of biodegradable organics, removal of other organics, removal of acid and alkalis, and removal of toxic materials are the focus. At Krueger Sentry Gauge, we are proud of the role that our high quality gauges play within these methods as well as in the various techniques that the methods employ. The techniques include:

  • Membrane filtration processes
  • Ion exchange processes
  • Evaporation processes
  • Sedimentation techniques
  • API separators
  • Hydroplane oil separators
  • Trickling filters
  • Advanced oxidation processing
  • Distillation
  • Absorption
  • Vitrification
  • Incineration
  • Molecular encapsulation

The fact is: wastewater treatment facilities are subject to strict regulations. Municipal facilities must adhere to the guidelines of the Clean Water Act. Industrial facilities are subject to the IPPC regulation, which requires the use of the Best Available Technique (BAT) in order to ensure the safe and efficient management of wastewater. Strict regulations like level monitoring, for example, are placed upon liquid storage and day tanks to ensure that chemical treatment such as pH adjustment, taste and odor control, coagulation and sedimentation, scale and corrosion treatment, pathogen control, neutralization, and fluoridation are safely done. At Krueger Sentry Gauge, our extensive experience allows us to help clients determine which instrumentation will best allow them to achieve these results.

Contact Krueger Sentry Gauge today to learn more.