The Inclined Plate Clarifier (IPC) is designed for efficient removal of settleable suspended Solids from water. The IPC design and the performance are superior to other Plate and Tubular Type Clarifiers. It is compact and occupies only quarter of the floor space of Conventional Clarifiers.
Flow enters the Inlet Chamber, where it dispersed through a Non-Clog Diffuser across the width of the Clarifier. At the bottom of this chamber, the orifice further directs the flow evenly through the Plate Pack Assembly. IPC Plate Pack consists of a set of smooth surfaced Polypropylene Plate assembled in Packs. It is tied by PP/PVC Spacers around the Pack, welded to the sides after fixing them inside the groove. The plates are arranged inside in a slanting position to enable the solids to fall or slide through the Plate to the bottom and clean water to rise over the plates and pass through the Final Weir Plate to the Treated Water Tank. The Plate Pack will direct the Solids to the Bottom Sludge Chamber of the Clarifier. It will be removed by a connected Sludge Pump.
The material of construction of the Tank can be Concrete, Carbon Steel or any other metal to suit the Effluent Conditions. It has a standard design ranging from 55 sq. ft to 2200 sq.ft to suit the Flow rate from 1 m3/hr to 100 m3/hr.