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No attempt has been made to include these, as the exact solution is dictated by local conditions and will vary from installation to installation. 4 Chemical Treatment The application of ion exchange to chemical treatment presents more complex problems to the engineer than does water treatment. Water 3 . EQUIPMENT AND PROCESS DESIGN 33 treatment has reached the stage where calculations and engineering are well defined, while in chemical treatment, each ion exchange system is often unique in itself, and seldom are more than a few found operating for any particular application.
PH meter; indicating, recording, controlling. 5. Density meter; indicating, recording, controlling. 6. Alarms; indicating, audible. 7. Automatic controls. Depending upon plant requirements, the instruments can be selected with one or more of the features shown. 40 J. W. MICHENER AND H. E. LTJNDBERG The advantage of a certain type of instrumentation is obvious, but details of system controls will be discussed in a later section. I t will be noted, however, that where corrosion is a problem, the same care must be given to the selection as in the case of pipe, valves, distributors, cells, etc.