Portland State University. Department of Engineering and Applied Science
Jack C. Riley
Term of Graduation
Date of Publication
Master of Science (M.S.) in Applied Science
Water conservation, Plating, Cadmium plating
1 online resource (vi, 42 pages)
This thesis describes an automatic Rinse Tank Control System used in detection and removal of contaminating agents from industrial plating rinse tanks. It automatically monitors the purity of the rinse water in sixteen separate rinse tanks, and permits fresh water to enter the tanks only when the conductivity of the rinse water in each tank exceeds a predetermined level. Its use will result in large savings in consumption of fresh water and the subsequent reduction in discharge of effluent to the treatment plants.
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Emami, Aliasghar, "An Automatic Rinse Tank Controller for Industrial Applications" (1974). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 2169.