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Environment Quality Act, 1974 Article Extract (Waste Water Treatment) Type of Stainless Steel & Comparison LAKASA Biomatic Grease Interceptor LAKASA Biomatic Liquid Enzyme LAKASA Auto-Dosing Unit (ADU) LAKASA Sediment Interceptor LAKASA Floor Sediment Trap Installation for LAKASA Grease and sediment Interceptor & Floor Sediment Trap LAKASA Oil Interceptor LAKASA Neutralization Tank i ii iii 1–3 4–5 6–7 8 8

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Environmental Quality Act, 1974
(Sewage and Industrial Effluents Regulations)
1. First Schedule List of Discharges to which These Regulations Do NOT Apply  Processing of oil-palm fruit or oil-palm fresh fruit bunches into crude palm oil, whether as an intermediate or final product;  Processing of natural rubber in technically specified form, latex form including prevulcanised or the form of modified and special purpose rubber, conventional sheet, skim or scrap rubber;  Mining activities;  Processing, manufacturing, washing or servicing of any other products or goods : i. That produce effluent of less than 60 cubic metres (13,000 imperial gallons) per day ; ii. That the effluent of which does not contain those contaminants listed as parameters (vi) to (xvi) in the first column of the Third Schedule ; iii. Where the total load of biochemical oxygen demand of the effluent fixed at 20 degree centigrade for 5 days or suspended solid or both, shall not exceed 6 kilogrammes per day (concentration 100 miligrammes per litre) ; iv. In any housing or commercial development or both of less than 30 units, without affecting the generality of the (iii) above.

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Second Schedule Standard Methods Of Analysis of Effluent I. “Standard Methods of the Examination of Water and Wastewater” published jointly by the American Public Health Association, the American Water Works Association and the Water Pollution Control Federation of the United State; or II. “Analysis of Raw, Potable and Wastewaters” published by the Department of the Environment of the United Kingdom.

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Third Schedule Parameter Limits Of Effluent Of Standards A and B No I. II. III. IV. V. VI. VII. VIII. IX. X. XI. XII. XIII. XIV. XV. XVI. XVII. XVIII. XIX. XX. XXI. XXII. XXIII. Parameter Temperature pH Value o BOD5 at 20 C COD Suspended Solids Mercury Cadmium Chromium, Hexavalent Arsenic Cyanide Lead Chromium, Trivalent Copper Manganese Nickel Tin Zinc Boron Iron (Fe) Phenol Free Chlorine Sulphide Oil and Grease Unit A
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Standard B 40 5.5-9.0 50 100 100 0.05 0.02 0.05 0.10 0.10 0.50 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 4.00 5.00 1.00 2.00 0.50 10.00 40 6.0-9.0 20 50 50 0.005 0.01 0.05 0.05 0.05 0.10 0.20 0.20 0.20 0.20 0.20 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.001 1.00 0.50 Not Detectable

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and dry cleaners. Self-certification relieves regulated establishments from a lengthy departmental review process.6. the entire community suffers. sewer lines can become clogged. . causing sewage to back up into basements of homes and commercial establishments. fat or oil. among others. and to prevent sewage back-ups. the City amended the Sewer Use Regulations. These amendments clarify existing requirements and provide for self-certification of grease interceptors by a NYS licensed Professional Engineer or Registered Architect. Furthermore. Grease is an example of a waste that the sewer system cannot handle.LAKASA Marketing & Distribution “Article Extract” THE CITY OF NEW YORK DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION Wastewater Treatment Preventing Grease Discharges Into Sewers Guidelines for New York City Businesses A thriving business community is vital to New York City and its neighborhoods. proper disposal by commercial establishments is required by law. 1998. To work effectively. laundries. But when businesses disregard sewer use regulations and improperly dispose of grease. In some areas. DEP is helping businesses comply with the City’s sewer use regulations. back-ups are frequently caused by grease clogging the local sewers. operate and maintain properly sized and designed grease interceptors. DEP is educating not only restaurant owners but also operators of nursing homes. A healthy economy benefits every New Yorker. The City needs businesses and individuals to do their part to maintain the system because repeated repairs are disruptive to residences and businesses alike. to keep grease and other materials and chemicals out of the sewer system. When that happens. If wastes are disposed of correctly. the City’s sewer system can handle them without any problem. fruit and vegetable stands.000 miles of sewers and 14 wastewater treatment plants that process about 1. sewer systems need to be properly maintained. These grease interceptors must be routinely cleaned to ensure proper operation. The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) is responsible for maintaining the City’s sewage system . On November 9.3 billion gallons of sewage per day. from the drain to the treatment plant. the City requires grease-generating establishments to correctly install. To address this problem. SEWER REGULATIONS CONCERNING GREASE To ensure the proper disposal of animal fats and vegetable oils. and therefore should not be put down the drain. Sewer back-ups are a major sewer system problem that damages property and affects public health.

 Bad resistance to corrosion and oxidation as compared to SUS 304 and SUS 439 SUS 304 – Non Magnetic  8% nickel.  Excellent resistance to stress cracking.  Good oxidation resistance.53) 0.  Good oxidation resistance.013 (4.  Excellent resistance to stress cracking. Typical Chloride Stress Cracking test results in boiling solutions 42% MgC 20 hours 21 hours 1000 hours 33% LiCl 96 hours 21 hours 1000 hours 26% NaCl 744 hours 1000 hours 1000 hours Alloy SUS 304 SUS 316 SUS 439 Conclusion : SUS 439 Seems to have better chloride stress cracking resistance as Compared to SUS 304 and SUS 316.005 (1. 18% chromium alloy.025) 0. SUS 316 – Slightly magnetic after forming  Highly corrosion resistance SUS 439 . 5.00001 (0.  High thermal conductivity coefficient. No titanium content. 4.  Good resistance to corrosion.  Low thermal expansion coefficient. 3. SUS 202 – Non Magnetic  4% nickel alloy.003) 0.  Good resistance to corrosion.00002 (0. 2.  Good weldability. SUS 444 – Magnetic  Equal in corrosion resistance to SUS 316.LAKASA Marketing & Distribution Type of Stainless Steel & Comparison 1. Typical General Corrosion (Rusty) Data Corrosion rate in inches per month (millimeters per year) SUS 439 SUS 304 0.  Good weldability.00002 (0. 2.006) 0. Test Results – Comparison SUS 304 and SUS 439 1.006) 0. No nickel content.Magnetic  A Titanium stabilized.0) Boiling Solution 20% Phosphoric Acid 10% Sodium Bisulfate 10% Sulfamic Acid Conclusion : SUS 439 appears to have better corrosion (rusty) resistance as compared to SUS 304 at the above mentioned boiling solutions. . 18% chromium alloy.00008 (0.

wastewater is immediately directed downward by the main deflecting baffles. LAKASA Biomatic Grease Interceptor is designed to provide an effective. Food particles will be trapped and filtered in the stainless steel perforated basket. grease and food particles are flushed and enters the inlet of interceptor at high velocity. at the same time allowing trapped air bubbles to rise to the surface. The solid waste and starch is filtered out effectively from the sediment trap (first chamber). The second chamber is completed with checker plate aluminium cover. Calculate total flowrate from all the fixtures connected to one particular grease interceptor. LAKASA Biomatic Grease Interceptor is recommended for use in kitchens. The baffles will effectively reduce the velocity and turbulence of the incoming liquid. Identify and assume the simultaneous discharge diversity factor for all the fixtures. rivers. These baffles are arranged in unique positions to allow effective and efficient separation of grease. Specification of LAKASA Grease Interceptor The unit is completed with two chambers and with two separate interceptor covers. The first chamber comes with a perforated stainless steel bucket and is able to effectively filter away incoming solid waste and starch. centralized food courts in commercial and institutional buildings as well as traditional individual shops into the drain lines has significantly increase pollution to server plants. fats and oil (FOG) and solid starch. institutions. a proper design removable baffle assembly which can effectively control flow velocity and turbulence of incoming wastewater. LAKASA Biomatic Grease Interceptor is completed with two individual chambers to take care both the solid waste and starch. lakes and other waterways. The turbulence of the liquid flow is further reduced when the wastewater passes through the remaining baffles. The interceptor cover for first chamber can be easily opened with hinges support for easy maintenance. enzyme dosing connection and deep seal integral trap with rodding access. dishwasher that contains air. At the inlet to second chamber. hygienic and environmental friendly solution to grease contamination. fast food stores. ADU & Enzyme Sink LAKASA Grease Interceptor Semi-recessed ADU & Enzyme LAKASA Beam Pipes Grease Interceptor Pre-cast Sump Suspended over the floor slab ADU & Enzyme LAKASA Pipes To manhole/sewer Sump Grease Interceptor Fully recessed underground Type of Installation . The interceptor can be used for manual removal of oil and grease or used in conjunction with LAKASA Biomatic Liquid Enzyme for waste digestion. Multiply the total flowrate with the assumed diversity factor to obtain flowrate during peak activity hour. The increasing difficulties in dealing with these problems are in the form of frequent pipeline and manhole blockages. and oils from wastewater and rise above the normal established water line of the interceptor.LAKASA Marketing & Distribution LAKASA Biomatic Grease Interceptor Need for Good Grease Interceptor System! Direct discharge of greasy and oily wastewater from restaurants. Refer to the table for sizes available and select proper interceptor of equivalent or next higher rate. How LAKASA Grease Interceptor Functions Wastewater from kitchen sink. fats. and all types of food processing areas. Sizing & Selection (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) Check the flowrate of wastewater from each fixture. This calls for a compulsory adoption of effective waste effluent pretreatment. leaving only greasy water to continue its journey to the next chamber. while the grease and oil is intercepted from the second chamber. restaurants. obnoxious and rancid odors. as well as grease and oil which are frequently exist in kitchen wastewater. with wastewater containing grease.

With the introduction of biomatic enzyme.5 18.LAKASA Marketing & Distribution Selection Tables: Fixture Size Sinks: Sink Size Interior Measurements # Bowls Capacity in Gallons 4. However. this indicates successful degradation of the grease. If a thickening of the contents is noted. pungent odour is emitted. the frequency of cleaning can be once a few days if the incoming volume is low. which actually converts grease into water and carbon dioxide. the initial dosing procedure must be repeated. However. Additional aeration system is suggested for larger size grease interceptor.8 9. Whenever tank is cleaned. For manual cleaning (without using biomatic enzyme). 2. . 3. Grease Interceptor shall be maintained in efficient operating condition by periodic removal of the accumulated grease.7 15. OR  by biomatic liquid enzyme. more frequent cleaning is required when there are more activities and/or when incoming grease content is high.0 18. or an offensive. The aeration pump is pre-set to run at the right timing and duration to achieve optimum performance. 4. If the contents appear to remain in a minimal semi-liquid state with little or no odour. Sediment trap chamber is to be cleaned up on daily basis. of fixtures 2 2 2 1 Fixture value (GPM) 8 20 8 35 Total Total value (GPM) 16 40 16 35 107 Diversity factor Flow rating (GPM) 75% 80 GPM The model recommended is LK2100 (100 GPM) Operation and Maintenance Guide 1. with a distinct caking effect across the surface.9 Water Flowrate GPM 7 7 10 15 20 20 20 25 35 50 Dishwashers: Capacity In Gallons 15-20 20-30 30-50 50-70 70-100 Size GPM 15 20 25 35 100 12" x 18" x 6" 14" x 16" x 8" 18" x 20" x 8" 16" x 18" x 8" 18" x 20" x 8" 20" x 30" x 8" 20" x 24" x 12" 20" x 22" x 8" 20" x 22" x 12" 24" x 24" x 12" EXAMPLE OF CALCULATION Fixtures Floor drains Double bowl sink (18”x20”x8”) Hand washing sink (14”x16”x8”) Dishwasher (50 gallon capacity) 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 2 2 2 No. or public or private sewer. cleaning for grease is about once a week. No such collected grease shall be introduced into any drainage piping. Grease trap chamber is designed to intercept incoming grease and oil. periodic cleaning for grease is about once every 6 months. The grease and oil which is trapped in this chamber can be cleaned either  by manual scoop (once a week).4 15. In this case.0 44. then gradually increase the suggested dosage rate to compensate.0 34.2 5.7 23.

237/16/206) (Job No. No.28 34. cafeteria. Perforated bucket. Stainless Steel : Interceptor Cover.89 2. Baffle design to avoid blockage by sediment waste. integral trap.14 18. school canteen.14 14 kg 50 690 1. baffles. inlet & outlet pipe sleeve. food court.78 5.57 11.68 7.35 15. A (length) Stainless steel cover with hinges support Aluminium checker plate cover (Gasketted Air-Tight) Removable baffles Air-relief valve & rodding access Enzyme supply connector (w id th ) Perforated rt po up e S er nc mb a en Nu int ct Ma onta C E C (height) B D P or erf et ck bu d ate LAKASA (trade mark) Baffles Deep seal integral trap F Schematic View Sediment trap chamber Grease interceptor chamber SIRIM TESTED (Ref. suspended or 0.84 10 kg 14 kg 18 kg 23 kg 32 kg 46 kg 68 kg 91 kg 136 kg 182 kg 227 kg 273 kg 318 kg 363 kg 409 kg 454 kg 50 50 75 75 100 100 100 100 100 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 610 650 720 780 820 920 1220 1220 1700 1820 1960 2200 2350 2440 2550 2650 340 300 80 85 370 320 90 95 400 330 90 95 semi/fully recessed installation) 290 310 330 360 440 490 580 720 760 860 940 980 1070 1180 1140 1240 360 400 400 420 430 500 530 740 810 910 1010 1110 1140 1140 1310 1410 90 100 100 100 100 110 110 150 150 180 180 180 180 180 180 180 100 110 110 110 110 130 130 180 180 210 210 210 210 210 210 210 215 225 235 260 290 290 310 320 370 400 560 630 700 800 900 930 930 1100 1200 65kg 80kg 100kg 65kg 80kg 100kg 135kg 160kg 200kg 350kg 700kg 1000kg 1200kg 1800kg 2000kg 2200kg 2500kg 3000kg 4000kg Sole Agent: LAKASA Marketing & Distribution Tel: 03-6120 6895 Fax: 03-6120 1852 .49 30.92 22.50 18 kg 75 730 Standard Range (floor-mounted.50 1.LAKASA Marketing & Distribution LAKASA Biomatic Grease Interceptor Use in restaurant.91 10 kg 50 630 1.91 1. Easy opening cover with hinges support makes cleaning works much easier. *Other material is available upon special request Dimensional Data (All dimension in mm) Model Flowrate (GPM) Flowrate (litre/sec) Grease capacity Inlet A B C & (length) (width) (height) outlet Shallow Range (under the sink installation) D E F Weight (full) Advantages:    Complete with sediment interceptor.70 26.65 3. J114/01) ONE YEAR WARRANTY ON WELDING JOINTS (LEAKAGE) FOR LAKASA GREASE INTERCEPTOR Interceptor Material:   Stainless Steel : Interceptor body.14 1. etc. Baffle is removable for periodic cleaning. LK2012S LK2015S LK2020S LK2012 LK2015 LK2020 LK2025 LK2035 LK2050 LK2075 LK2100 LK2150 LK2200 LK2250 LK2300 LK2350 LK2400 LK2450 LK2500 12 15 20 12 15 20 25 35 50 75 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 0.05 37.

cellulase. Pectinase. cellulase and lipase enzyme activity Excellent producer of protease and amylase activity and requires facultative condition for growth Excellent producer of protease. (iii) Keeps drain lines flowing smoothly. amylase. FOG is converted into harmless compounds of CO2 (carbon dioxide) and H2O (water). Amylase. Microorganisms Strains: Bacillus subtilis (3 strains) Bacillus Licheniformis Bacillus Megaterium Bacillus Polymyxa Superior producer of protease. Enzymes liquefy organic waste Benefits (i) Effectively and rapidly reduce/eliminate BOD and COD in wastewater. Beta glucanase. detergents. After digesting liquefied waste. microbes give off harmless carbon dioxide (CO 2) and water (H2O) byproducts FFA Glycerol VFAs FFA Glycerol CO2 + H2O 5. fats and oils (FOG).LAKASA Marketing & Distribution LAKASA Biomatic Liquid Enzyme From ADU LAKASA Biomatic Liquid Enzyme is a blend of highly specialized microorganisms (multiple strain) designed specifically to promote rapid degradation of excessive. (ii) Decomposes and permanently converts organic wastes into water soluble compounds. Selected microbes produce enzyme Bacillus Megaterium Bacillus Polymyxa Enzymes Other Ingredients 2. lipase and cellulase activity and requires facultative condition for growth Excellent producer of lipase activity and requires facultative condition for growth Protease. starches. protein. (iv) Non-corrosive: will not damage drain lines & grease interceptor (v) Controls and reduces odors (vi) Contains no polluting phosphates (vii) Non-toxic. reduces the amount of pumpouts. With the introduction of LAKASA Biomatic Liquid Enzyme. Microbes digest liquefied organic waste 4. difficult to digest organic waste. It is an effective pretreatment for organic waste to prevent it from passing over to the municipal wastewater system. xylanase and lipase Essential nutrient and amino acid complexes Bacterial Cultures: Bacillus subtilis (3 strains) Bacillus Licheniformis 1. Non-pathogenic (non-disease causing) (viii) Environmentally safe & friendly Biodegradation Process Summary FFA FFA 3. cellulose and hydrocarbons. Microbes multiply and continue this process until all organic waste is eliminated . These organic wastes include grease. Characteristic of LAKASA Biomatic Enzyme Concentrate Flexible Hose Biomatic Liquid Enzyme Steel Weight Strainer LAKASA Biomatic Enzyme is designed for use to enhance the decomposition (degradation) of organic waste compounds in food processing wastewater treatment.

whereas those from hand washing sink / basin and secondary centralized Grease Interceptor usually does not have much grease and oil. 3.0 o Effective temperature: 5 – 50 C Stability : 2 years During the first few weeks of dosing operation.5 3. It is essential that rubber gloves are worn at all times.4 2.0 2. Wastewater might be too acidic or contains high chlorine mixture which can kill microbes.0 9.8 Effective pH range : 5. Do not induce vomiting. this indicates successful degradation of the grease. II.8 1. flush eyes with plenty of clean running water. especially for large interceptor. 5.6 1.6 1. If the contents appear to remain in a minimal semi-liquid state with little or no odour. Health & Safety The Lakasa biomatic liquid enzyme concentrate is safe in normal use.7 1. Inadequate dosage. then gradually increase the suggested dosage rate to compensate. concentrated disinfectants. Enzyme Dosage (Actual dosage required might vary according to actual grease content) Model Daily meals Starter dose (ml) 90 90 180 180 270 360 450 540 900 1080 Monthly dose (litres) LOW HIGH grease grease 0. Skin contact Should the concentrate come in contact with skin. IV. the initial dosing procedure must be repeated. This product should be stored. If a thickening of the contents is noted. with a distinct caking effect across the surface.4 3. Inappropriate dosing time – the water temperature might be too high or the enzyme might have been flushed out before it has enough time to react.0 3. Seek medical advice immediately after the initial treatment has been given. The information contained herein is based on the present state of our knowledge and is intended to describe all products from the point of view of health and safety requirements. Wastewater from main kitchen always contain high % of grease. regular inspection of the internal condition of the interceptor should be conducted to gauge the performance of the dosage.6 10. or an offensive. 4. Optimum dosing time is 1 hour after kitchen closes. bleach or sanitizers into the interceptor.0 5.LAKASA Marketing & Distribution Why Biomatic Enzyme is NOT working in some cases I.8 4.5945 g 0. For best performance Characteristics 1.8 SIRIM LAB TEST    Day Day 1 Day 7 Day 14 Grease & Oil 0. strong caustics.5 2. wash with plenty of clean water. Do not discharge chlorine.5 – 9.7 1. The biologically active nature of the product may cause skin irritation in some cases. . Drink plenty of water or milk. Do not discharge very hot water into the interceptor immediately before or immediately after dosing. Whenever tank is cleaned.1182 g LK2012 LK2015 LK2020 LK2025 LK2035 LK2050 LK2075 LK2100 LK2150 LK2200 to LK2500 up to 80 80 – 150 150 – 250 250 – 300 300 – 400 400 – 600 600 – 1000 1000 – 2000 2000 – 3000 3000 and above Conclusion: The results clearly showed positive impacts of LAKASA BIOMATIC ENZYME in the degradation of FOG. pungent odour is emitted. It should not therefore be construed as guaranteeing specific properties. The grease content might be too high for biological process.2280 g 0. III. Do not deliberately discharge cooking oil or grease into the interceptor Appearance : Liquid Odour : Pleasantly perfumed pH : 8. additional aeration might be required.0 2. Inadequate oxygen for microbe to perform. Ingestion Avoid ingesting the concentrate but should an accident occur.8 0. Follow the initial and daily dosing procedures.0 5. V. Eye contact If the concentrate splashes into the eyes or is rubbed in by hand. manual cleaning is required once a month or more frequent if needed.6 1.2 – 8. wash mouth thoroughly with water. In this case. handled and used in accordance with good industrial hygiene practices. 2.

Waterproof. The setting will still be valid and when the power supply is resumed. From the past record.0m (6mm Ø) flexible polythene enzyme supply tube. Set the current time at the digital clock. The setting is digital type and is user-friendly. Easy and fast to learn and understand. There is a digital timer to control setting for the dosage and timing of dosing the biomatic enzyme. Specification of Auto-Dosing Unit The unit is a temporized dosing system.. Connect the ADU to a 13 amp power point. activated by a programmable digital clock. Operating Instruction for ADU I. Set the dosing „ON‟ time (2 hours after the kitchen is closed) and the dosing „OFF‟ time for a correct dosing duration according to recommended enzyme dosage. The recommended distance is not more than 5 meters for effective transmission of enzyme from the source to the destination. because this will ensure the optimum performance of the enzyme and to avoid the wastage of enzyme. The auto-dosing system will continue to run as normal and do not have to re-set again.. 3. there is seldom any breakdown complaint. . 2. The reliability and accuracy for the timing and dosage setting is important and critical. There is a Back-up battery for the setting in case of power failure. II. This is to avoid breakdown caused from water to the electronic component and motor. Run manual dosing with the initial dosage and to ensure the ADU is running properly. The whole unit is fully imported from an established manufacturer from Europe. Do not require any specially-trained technician to come and adjust the setting. It will ensure the dosing of biomatic liquid enzyme at regular intervals consistently. Control panel and Digital clock setting I = manual operated dosing Auto = Auto operated dosing O = Off  = set time Run = normal run = program = choose program for dosing ON and OFF 1 … 7 = set dosing day (Mon to Sun) h = hour m = minute R = reset IV. A conduit pipe (>7mm Ø) for the enzyme supply tube is recommended to link the auto-doser to the grease interceptor.7 P Pump Head Technical Characteristics Power supply 230 V 13 amp fuse Single phased 3 pin plug Power consumption 5 W Timer Digital clock ADU dimension 150 x 190 x 110 mm 2. This proves the reliability and quality of LAKASA Auto-Dosing Unit. Cabinet (lockable) Hanging Panel 4. 5. The advantages of LAKASA Auto-Dosing Unit 1. III. This is another important point to ensure the proper running of the Biomatic Grease Interceptor System! Auto-Dosing Unit is usually installed at the wet area (Kitchen). It comes together with a peristaltic pump.LAKASA Marketing & Distribution LAKASA Auto-Dosing Unit (ADU) LAKASA Auto-Dosing Unit (ADU) is highly recommended to install in conjunction with grease interceptor. Installation The LAKASA ADU is located in close proximity to the grease interceptor. The casing of LAKASA Auto-Dosing Unit is of standard IP56 . It enhances the efficiency of the operation and significantly reducing the build-up of grease and frequency of cleaning.5 m electric wiring and 4. Material: Stainless Steel Refer page 8 for ADU setting assistance Control Panel (Digital based with backup battery) P RUN I AU TO 0 7 5 6 3 4 1 2 0:00 h m R 1.

. push the button from <Auto> to < I > mode. push the button back to the <Run> mode. the ADU is in Auto mode and is ready for operation.e. Monday to Sunday). I AU 5 6 3 4 1 2 (b) Press <1…7> button to point to the current day. (5) Once steps 1 to 4 are completed.. (4) Set Everyday Auto-Dosing Duration Before Operation Stop.00am. (3) Set Everyday Auto-Dosing Operation Start Time. push the button from <Auto> to < O > mode. RUN TO 0 7 (a) Push the button from <Run> mode to the <  > mode. (e) Once the date & time is confirmed. This implies operation day is from Monday to Sunday. Note : <R> button will clear/ reset all the settings which has been done before. For instance. (b) Press <1…7> button several times until 7 arrows appear at the bottom of the 7 numbers from 1 to 7 (i. ( d) The ADU i s r unn ing a t 7 m l / m inut e . For instance.00am and pressing 22 means 10. (c) Press <h> and <m > to set the dosing start time. (e) Push the button from < P > mode back to the <Run> mode. (b) Press <1…7> button several times until 7 arrows appear at the bottom of the 7 numbers from 1 to 7. P (2) Set Today / Current Date & Time. For instance. pressing 1. (a) Push the button from <Run> mode to the < P > mode. P=1appears on screen. which means OFF. (a) Press <P> button for one time.7 P R 11 means 11. For instance pressing 45 means 45 minutes. (c) Press <h> and <m> to set the dosing stop time.LAKASA Marketing & Distribution Wall Automatic Dosing Unit (ADU) (150 x 190 x 110 mm) 13 Amp Power Point Flexible Hose Connection Method 1: Exposed Only Method 2: Exposed or for Underground Connection From ADU From ADU Flexible Hose Connector Lock ADU Cabinet (lockable type) (265 x 610 x 175 mm) Biomatic Liquid Enzyme (5 liters) Connector Copper or other pipe Connector Flexible Hose (6 mmØ) Interceptor Wall Socket (5/8") Floor Inlet After installation. pressing arrow until it‟s pointed to number 3 which means 0:00 Wednesday.20am. P=2 appears on screen. m h (c) Press <h> button to show current hour. 00:20 means ADU will stop running at 0. the gap is back-filled with cement and sand Socket (5/8") Outlet to Sewer LAKASA Grease Interceptor (Refer catalogue for dimension) LAKASA Auto-Dosing Unit (ADU) is installed close proximity to Grease Interceptor The Setting of LAKASA Auto-Dosing Unit (ADU) (1) Ensure button is pointing to <Auto> in between < I > and < O >. (d) Press <m> button to show current minute. (7) To switch off the ADU.. 00:00 means ADU will start running at 0.00pm. For instance. (6) To manually run the ADU.

2. Deep integral trap to avoid smell in manhole from entering the building thru pipeline. Easily open cover to ease cleaning work. LAKASA Din 4. Material: Stainless Steel Dimensional Data MODEL LFS LFS LFS LFS LFS LFS 4150 5150 5200 5250 5300 5400 INLET (mm) 50 50 75 75 75 OUTLET (mm) 50 75 75 100 100 100 A (mm) 150 150 200 250 300 400 B (mm) 150 150 200 250 300 400 C (mm) 150 300 350 400 500 500 D (mm) 180 200 220 250 250 E (mm) 120 150 180 250 250 . 4) Type B c/w deep seal integral trap prevent outside air entering into building. The perforated bucket should be cleaned on daily basis or as frequent as possible to avoid overflow of solid waste and interrupting free flow of wastewater in the drain lines. Open Handle Schematic View Rodding Access (openable) Hinges Support Cin Deep Integral Trap Inlet Outlet Cout A Advantages 1. E Dout Perforated Bu cket B Material : stainless steel (304) Dimensional Data Pipe Size A B C in (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) LKS 9434 75 400 400 100 LKS 9545 100 500 500 110 LKS 9656 100 600 600 120 LKS 9767 100 700 700 120 LKS 9878 100 800 800 130 Various dimensions is available upon request or to suit site requirement Model C out (mm) 200 250 300 300 350 D in (mm) 200 290 380 480 670 D out (mm) 100 150 200 300 350 E (mm) 300 400 500 600 700 LAKASA Floor Sediment Trap Type A LFS 4150Floor Sediment Trap LAKASA (stainless steel 304) 150mm 150mm Floor Surface (cement or tile) LFS 5series m Ø20m Perforated Bucket 170mm 50mm Outlet Pipe (50/75/100mm) Other dimension is available to suit site requirement Type B Advantage: 1) Prevent the pipeline being clogged with solid waste. Stainless steel interceptor material to avoid rusty and corrosion over long period. 3. 3) Perforated sediment bucket is removable to make cleaning work easy. 2) Stainless steel material to avoid rusty and corrosion over long period. Prevent the pipeline being clogged with solid waste.LAKASA Marketing & Distribution LAKASA Sediment Interceptor LAKASA Sediment Interceptor is completed with a perforated bucket and able to act as an effective strainer to avoid drain lines clogging by foreign solid particles.

Interceptor is to be filled up with clean water until it reaches static water level. 3. Biomatic Enzyme 1. Auto-Dosing Unit (ADU) 1. To mount the ADU to wall with a lockable cabinet. Place at a firm & balance concrete base. 2. To set current time and dosing time (set 1 hour after kitchen close). To connect ADU to a 13 Amp power point. To connect a short flexible hose to enzyme bottle.O. To switch to manual dose to ensure pump head is rotating and enzyme is sucked up and delivered to interceptor. 8. Use steel weight and strainer provided to ensure the hose reaches the bottom of the bottle. 7. Avoid direct sunlight and should be kept inside the ADU cabinet. PERFORATED BUCKET 100Ø UPVC PIPE RUN THRU BEAM BIOMATIC GREASE INTERCEPTOR 100/150 GPM 430 1000 50Ø 400 OUTLET Cross Section 2000 50Ø UPVC DRAIN PIPE TO DROPPER PIPE CHEQUER PLATE BY MAIN CONTACTOR BEAM OPENING REQ. 6. 2. Slab opening required 870mm x 490mm 820mm(L) x 440mm(W) Testing & Commissioning Method Statement Grease Interceptor 1. Inlet & outlet is connected accordingly and properly. 2. To switch to “Auto” and the ADU will run automatically according to the preset time. 200 275 860 LAKASA BIOMATIC GREASE INTERCEPTOR 100/150 GPM 100Ø UPVC INLET Detail of Pre-Casted Sump Plan View 50Ø DRAIN OUTLET LAKASA BIomatic Grease Interceptor System Installation: Suspended with hanger support Model: LK2035 (35 GPM) DOUBLE BOWL SINK 2000 AUTOMATIC DOSING UNIT (13Amp) WALL INTERCEPTOR COVER CONDUIT PIPE PRECAST INTO CONCRETE TILES AND CEMENT SCREED 200mm FLOOR SLAB 300mm INLET FASTERNED WITH ANCHOR (WALL PLUG) OUTLET 100mmØ UPVC BS4514 330mm 100mmØ UPVC BS4514 C-CHANNEL HANGERS NOTE: 1. 320mm . To top up enzyme periodically. 4. AUTOMATIC DOSING UNIT C/W BIOMATIC LIQUID ENZYME 5 LITRE SK SK FLEXIBLE HOSE 50Ø SEDIMENT INTERCEPTOR CHEQUER PLATE COVER 2000 x 860 350 75Ø 100Ø UPVC (1:100) 150x150 FLOOR DRAIN C/W S/S. The unit is running at a speed of 30 mL/min. 5.LAKASA Marketing & Distribution Installation for LAKASA Grease and Sediment Interceptor & Floor Sediment Trap LAKASA Biomatic Grease Interceptor (Typical Installation: Suspended Type) 13A S. To set the dosing duration according to recommended dosage. To connect a long hose (with conduit pipe) to the grease interceptor.S. C-Channel hanger able to take load 200kg. 3. To use the connector provided to join the connection. 2.

laundries industrial plants or process industries having machine shops. which consists of high degree of BOD (Biological Oxygen Demand). and also industrial plants where oil. sediment and other volatile liquid are encountered. oil and grease). Sediment should be removed from sediment bucket at regular intervals. metal treating process rooms. Inlet From Source (car wash bay. Coalescing plates offer high efficiency and low operating and maintenance costs because there are no moving parts and no replacement parts are needed or spent absorbents generated. . etc. kerosene. forming a set of narrow channels through which the oily water must flow. carwash bays etc. dry cleaners. gasoline. LAKASA Oil Interceptor can be installed at drain lines in areas like parking garages. garages. Environmental Quality Act. naptha. and other organic wastes into natural waterways has disastrous impacts on aquatic life and the environments. COD (Chemical Oxygen Demand). hangars. washing sink etc) Vent Outlet to Sewer Inspection access cover Suction Connection Gravity Draw-off Line LAKASA Oil Interceptor Oil Storage Tank Install at Carwash bay. As the water flows through the plates the oil droplets rise and meet the underside of the plates where they are captured and eventually as more droplets are captured a film forms which eventually forms larger drops. This will ensure the effluent is double filtered and achieve good effluent quality. 1974 In the effort to meet the requirement of the Environment Quality Act. coalescing plates perform oil/water separation. garage etc. petrol stations. FOG (Fat. Coalescing Plate Separators . chemical process or mixing rooms. LAKASA Oil Interceptor is designed to allow introduction of any liquid types for separation as long as there is sufficient specific gravity differential to permit gravitational separation. 1974. To eliminate pressure build-up inside the interceptor. It is designed for intermittent and variable flows of water.LAKASA Marketing & Distribution LAKASA Oil Interceptor LAKASA Oil Interceptor is required wherever lubricating oil. the sizing of LAKASA Oil Interceptor is to be double the standard recommended size. The design allows intercepted oil to be automatically drawn-off for storage in a continuous operation. It prevents oil and sediment in wastewater from entering discharge lines and protect against water pollution. Standard B on the oil & grease of 10mg/l of effluent quality. The effluent from the interceptor should be channeled to sewer line for further process and treatment. The system consists of many corrugated plates stacked one above the other. trisod phosphate and numerous other light density and volatile liquids are present in the drainage. paraffin. carpark.Taking advantage of the buoyancy of oil droplets in water. LAKASA Oil Interceptor is a preliminary treatment for oily (hydrocarbon) wastewater discharged from sources such as service & repair workshop. auto-repair shops. In commercial establishments such as service stations. there is always the problem of flammable or volatile liquids entering the drai nage system which can contaminate the sewer line and cause a serious fire or explosive condition. a vent connection on side of the body allows the venting of interceptor. machine shops. oil distribution depot. The discharge of oily wastewater. petrol station. oil or any combination of non-emulsified oil/water mixtures. The large oil droplets rise to the surface of the separator through holes provided for that purpose as a layer to be removed manually or automatically. cutting oil. Service & repair workshop.

05 37. Coalescer Pack.78 5.65 3. 4.14 1.57 11. J197/01) ONE YEAR WARRANTY ON WELDING JOINTS (LEAKAGE) FOR LAKASA OIL INTERCEPTOR Dimensional Data (All dimension in mm) Model Flowrate (GPM) 15 20 25 35 50 75 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 Flowrate (litre / sec) 1.49 30.35 15. to channel oil into a separate container for proper disposal .LAKASA Marketing & Distribution LAKASA O il Intercept or Use d at g ar a ge . Perforated Bucket. 3. se r v ic e & r epa ir w or k sh op e t c. Note: Alternative in interceptor material is available upon special request.28 34. ca rwa sh ar e a.14 18.89 2.50 1. Inlet/Outlet Pipe Sleeve. Complete with oil draw-off.84 Inlet & outlet pipe 50 75 75 100 100 100 100 100 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 A (length) 600 780 800 880 930 1200 1450 1650 1850 1970 2250 2300 2400 2500 2600 B (width) 450 470 500 550 600 800 900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1350 1400 1550 1800 C (height) 430 450 480 500 550 620 750 850 1000 1200 1300 1400 1500 1700 1850 E F G H Weight (full) (kg) 120 150 200 240 300 550 1000 1500 1800 2700 3000 3300 3800 4500 6000 LK3015A LK3020A LK3025A LK3035A LK3050A LK3075A LK3100A LK3150A LK3200A LK3250A LK3300A LK3350A LK3400A LK3450A LK3500A 110 110 110 110 130 130 180 180 210 210 210 210 210 210 210 320 340 370 390 420 490 570 670 790 990 1090 1190 1290 1490 1640 200 220 250 270 300 370 450 550 670 870 970 1070 1170 1370 1520 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 550 600 650 700 750 800 850 Sole Agent: LAKASA Marketing & Distribution Tel: 03-6120 6895 Fax: 03-6120 1852 Interceptor Materials: Stainless Steel : Interceptor Body. Integral Trap. Advantages: 1. Coalescer pack is removable for periodic cleaning.68 7. Stainless Steel: Interceptor Cover.92 22. n be te um in rt Ma ppo ct N su nta Co ce an r Stainless Steel Cover with Hinges Support Overflow Exit A Gasketted Aluminium Checker Plate Vent Connection B Inlet l r tro be on m t C l Nu i Un eria S Coalescer Pack Oil Draw-off Sleeve (adjustable level) Air-Relief Valve & Rodding Access Outlet E C F E al se ap p al tr e De tegr In Perforated bucket G Schematic View H SIRIM TESTED (Ref. Easy opening cover with hinges support makes cleaning works much easier. 237/16/206) (Job No. 2. No. Complete with sludge interceptor.70 26.

and total volume generated each day shall be made. Perforated bucket at sludge chamber should be inspected and cleaned on a regular basis. permitted to enter the system must be minimized. If water is found entering the draw-off sleeve into the oil storage tank during normal working condition. Hydrocarbons entering the separator will be in a free non-emulsified state and capable of being separated from water by gravity separation. oil absorbent pads or pillows can be used to remove the oil. Using a dipstick. Wash water from truck washing racks must be routed directly to a sanitary sewer or treated with special equipment. Oil shall be handled as a hazardous waste stored and sent to a used oil recycler. and is not to be deposited on-site. 2. Thus the estimated peak water flow is 15 GPM x 3 = 45 GPM Calculation by area Calculation of flow rate Total area (length x width in meter) x collection of water (peak time) Example Length 30m.5 liter / second = 500 GPM . 5. that continuous discharging to drain line at a particular time Example A carwash bay. Water flow rates are within the specification. the amount of accumulated oil and solids shall be measured to determine if a clean-out is required. 3. Sizing of interceptor meets the requirement. If nonhazardous. An estimate of the flow of water used in the washing process. or if oil can be removed from them they can be reused (oil collected and sent for recycling). Automatic draw off of oil. collection of water : 75mm / 15 minutes Calculation = 30 x 15 x 75 ÷ 900 = 37. adjust the draw off level upwards from 2 mm to 5 mm. with total 3 water hoses are used for car washing during peak washing session. It is advisable to install a flow rate controller at the upstream of the unit to ensure no accidental discharge of oil during periods of excessive wastewater flow. Each hose power is about 15 GPM (example). of hose outlet. Manual draw off of oil. A routine inspection of oil interceptors should be undertaken at least once every 3 months by the inspection technician. Normal Water Operating Line Adjustable Draw-Off Sleeve 2mm Static Water Line Interceptor Wall 2. sludge shall be disposed off to a landfill. check the oil storage tank for oil build up to determine the frequency it needs to be emptied. dirt. 1. During the first 2 weeks of operation. gravel. Detergent will emulsified the oil and allow it to enter the sanitary sewer system because detergents have a definite affinity for hydrocarbons. sludge shall be stored in labeled drums and picked up by a licensed hauler. equipments etc.. 4. width 15m. If the oil is too thin to pump or skim. The maximum number of wash jobs per day should be used. leaves. These can be sent for disposal or recycling. Servicing and clean-out of oil to a separate storage tank pending for proper disposal whenever is necessary. grass cuttings. Adequate water retention time will ensure proper separation of oil/ water mixture. The first quarter‟s sludge/dirt shall be sent for waste characterization to determine if it can be disposed off as ordinary waste or hazardous waste. Estimate peak wastewater flowrate and select the interceptor model with flow rating equal to peak flow rate or the next higher rate. Automotive and truck engine crankcase oil should not be drained into the system. To Oil Storage Tank Important Notes to follow in order to generate good effluent: 1. etc. If hazardous. Sizing of LAKASA Oil Interceptor In order to work properly the amount of wastewater flowing into the interceptor needs to be calculated. Calculation by number of fixtures Peak flow rate Total nos.LAKASA Marketing & Distribution Operation and Maintenance Guide The oil shall be skimmed and dirt. Sludge and deposits present in the oil will significantly reduce the effectiveness of the interceptor. The amount of debris such as sand. sand and sludge shall be removed on a quarterly basis at a minimum.

Estimate the volume of oil into the interceptor Frequency of maintenance routine (once a month. 3. 6. 5. 3. Operating level Full tank level Draw-off pipe outlet Oil Storage Tank Oil Interceptor Underground Installation – Cross Section View . Place at a firm & balance concrete base. seal up the connection. Connect a ventilation pipe to the interceptor. Oil Storage Tank Dimensional Data Model LS0150 LS0200 LS0250 LS0300 LS0400 LS0500 LS0600 LS0800 LS0900 LS1000 LS1200 LS1400 LS1600 LS1800 LS2000 Capacity (litres) 150 200 250 300 400 500 600 800 900 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000 Length (mm) 530 580 630 650 700 750 800 900 940 960 1000 1050 1080 1120 1160 Width (mm) 500 550 580 600 640 680 720 800 840 880 900 950 980 1020 1050 Height (mm) 700 750 800 880 1020 1110 1170 1290 1350 1400 1540 1610 1720 1790 1850 Recommended for 15 GPM 20 GPM 25 GPM 35 GPM 50 GPM 75 GPM 100 GPM 150 GPM 200 GPM 250 GPM 300 GPM 350 GPM 400 GPM 450 GPM 500 GPM Note : Select higher capacity of storage Tank should the application anticipate high volume of waste oil. 4. For automatic oil draw off by gravity flow. Installation 1. etc) Calculate the tank size required to cater for the total accumulated oil during the period. For manual draw off of oil. connect the interceptor to an oil storage tank for receiving and storing oil pending for proper disposal. twice a month. 2. The LAKASA Oil Interceptor is ready for operation.LAKASA Marketing & Distribution Sizing of Oil Storage Tank 1. Inlet & outlet is connected accordingly and properly. Interceptor is to be filled up with clean water until it reaches static water level. To allocate tank size 30% bigger to meet contingency. This is to eliminate pressure build-up inside the interceptor. 2.

Neutralization reaction time of more than 45 minutes should achieve a safe pH level or a level which is considered high enough to be easily diluted with sanitary waste. as the pH of the acid waste rises. The higher the pH number. the higher the alkaline waste.0 is acceptable under its standard B requirement. educational institutions and processing equipment. the higher the content of acidic waste. End-results of Neutralization Process The chemical reaction between Calcium Carbonate and acidic waste water will produce by-products of neutralized waste. Neutralization of corrosive. The initial rate of neutralization is rapid. as such the interaction and dilution to be taken place between the acidic wastewater and the calcium carbonate based neutralizing agent. Therefore the effluent should be channeled to nearest sewer for further process.LAKASA Marketing & Distribution LAKASA Neutralization Tank LAKASA Neutralization Tank is also called Dilution Tank. in order to achieve sufficient retention time for the neutralizing process to take place (see figure i).5 to 9. Alkalis range from 7. industrial battery charging stations. Proper functioning of the LAKASA Neutralizing System requires determining water flow or the volume of incoming acidic waste water. however. is suitable for centralized installation for neutralizing and dilution of laboratory acids and chemicals. toxic and flammable wastes is necessary to the environment and piping systems. LAKASA Neutralization Tank is recommended for preliminary treatment for acidic wastewater. the rate of neutralization slows down. even when quantities and concentrations are small. + Waste Water = Carbon Dioxide & Neutral Salts Places recommended for use Recommended to be installed in acid waste drainage systems for medical and research laboratories. PH 7 5 3 0 Capacity & Sizing Neutralization is a slow process. Neutralization is the process whereby acids and alkalis are rendered harmless. Retention time of more than 45 minutes will normally achieve a safe pH level and optimum neutralization process.99. . if effluent is being discharged to the environment (such as rivers and lakes). 1974 According to the Environment Quality Act. Such wastes can cause physical damage to a building's piping or outside sewer systems and. Acids range from 0 to 6. The smaller the number. Environmental Quality Act. carbon dioxide and neutral salts that can be safely discharged into municipal sewer Calcium Carbonate Neutralizing Agent Acidic Neutralized Waste. The degree of neutralization can be measured by a system known as pH (positive Hydronium ions). the effluent with pH value of 5.01 to 14. 30 min 1 hour Retention Time LAKASA Neutralization Tank is designed for intermittent flow of acidic wastewater which attempts to achieve an average retention time of > 30 minutes. severe damage can result to wildlife and water sources. which is neutral. dilute and neutralize corrosive and harmful chemical wastes before allowing such materials to be discharged into the public sewers or the environment. The degree of measurement is a pH number of 7. designed to receive.

once every one to three months is sufficient. of Sink/ Tab 1~4 5~10 1~20 21~30 31~40 41~60 61~90 91~130 131~180 181~250 251-350 Capacity (litres) 30 50 85 125 150 200 300 400 500 600 700 Inlet & Outlet (mm) 50 75 75 75 75 100 100 150 150 150 150 A (mm) 450 500 650 720 800 870 1100 1220 1440 1570 1700 B (mm) 310 380 520 540 580 610 700 800 830 880 930 C (mm) 310 380 400 440 470 510 530 550 570 590 600 D (mm) 90 100 100 100 100 110 130 130 150 150 150 E (mm) 220 280 300 340 370 400 400 420 420 440 450 SIRIM TESTED (Ref. A maintenance schedule should be established to observe and maintain proper limestone levels in the tank. Place at a firm & balance concrete base. Solids in the waste stream can plug the tank and should be avoided. However. Neutralization Tank is to be filled up with clean water until it reaches static water level.LAKASA Marketing & Distribution Dimension Data Model No. Water added to the tank helps facilitate dilution. Neutralization Tank is to be filled up with full baskets of limestones (Calcium Carbonate based). Installation 1.R080/04) F (mm) 100 110 110 120 120 130 150 160 180 180 180 G (mm) 210 270 290 320 350 380 380 390 390 410 420 LN030 LN050 LN085 LN125 LN150 LN200 LN300 LN400 LN500 LN600 LN700 Material: Stainless Steel 444 / 316 or equivalent Body. 2. Typically. construct a solid manhole sump for housing the Neutralization Tank. 4. Initially. There are various factors such as flow rate. . these intervals can be increased or decreased based upon application needs and performance. To ensure maximum performance. Maintenance The volume of limestones (Calcium Carbonate based neutralizing agents) and thus the neutralizing capacity of the system will be reduced gradually during the neutralizing process. 5. When the rate of consumption is determined. No. Limestone replacement should be performed at regular intervals.237/16/206) (Job No. and temperature. The limestone supplied are 1-3" in diameter and have a calcium carbonate content certified to be in excess of 90%. a full charge of the neutralizing agent should be maintained. Checker Plate Aluminium Cover. Inlet & outlet is connected accordingly and properly. inspection of the agent level should be made once a month. concentration of acid waste. For underground installation. 3. determine the consumption rate of the Calcium Carbonate Neutralizing Agent.

5.88 31 (Test 2) 26 4. 4. The performance evaluation exercise on the LAKASA Neutralization Tank was limited in simulating the actual mode of application.97 31 30 4. Limestone replacement should be performed at regular intervals. The volume of limestones (Calcium Carbonate based neutralizing agents) and thus the neutralizing capacity of the system will be reduced gradually during the neutralizing process.55 31 10 1. LAKASA Neutralization Tank can increase pH of acidic water of initial pH~1. A maintenance schedule should be established to observe and maintain proper limestone levels in the tank.0 kg 20 4.09 0.87 31 22.10 0.30 31 10 4. Retention time of > 45 minutes will normally achieve optimum neutralization process.42 31 30.55 – 2.30 – 4.02 31 (Test 1a) 30 2.09 Conclusion : 1.97 Rate of Neutralization per minute 0.2 kg 20 2.08 pH change per kg limestone 0.LAKASA Marketing & Distribution SIRIM Test Report SIRIM Test Results (Ref : ETC 237/16/206 (R 080/04)) on LAKASA Neutralization Tank.10 per kg limestone used.6 to pH~5.4 kg (Test 1b) 60 4. 3.06 0.57 2.57 – 4. The pH change is about 0. .88 31 Test 2 Results Rate of Neutralization of diluted acidic plating solution from initial pH of 2.88 2.12/minute and limestone requirement of 12kg/unit pH change. 2. The efficiency of the neutralization tank is expected to increase with flow rate adjustment in an actual installation.0 at the average of 0.92 31 11.30 Sampling Time pH Temperature (0C) Weight of limestone (minutes) 0 2.55 Sampling Time pH Temperature (0C) Weight of limestone (minutes) 0 1.39 31 40 2. The temperature of the water remains stable during the whole neutralization process. Test 1 Results Rate of Neutralization of diluted acidic plating solution from initial pH of 1.12 0.97 31 Summary of neutralization rate and pH change Test pH range 1a 1b 2 1.57 31 50 4. 7. 6. There was no actual movement of liquid through the limestone during the study conducted by SIRIM.