c. Hypochlorination Unit. The Hypochlorination Unit has five major components as follows.
4-Inch Bypass Manifold: Has inlet and outlet water connections to 4-inch water line.
Water Pressure Meter. Measures water flow rate.
Flow Rate Valve. Changes the rotary motion of the water meter into a reciprocating pilot valve motion
which controls the hypochlorinator motor.
Hypochlorinator Pump Stroke Adjustment. Feeds hypochlorite solution to water line in proportion to flow of
water in the line.
Reservoir Solution Tank. Stores hypochlorite solution for use by the Hypochloration Unit.
d. Water Tank (20K and 50K). The water tank stores potable water. The unit consists of the collapsible
tank, (constructed of one ply nylon fabric impregnated with chlorobutyl), vent and drain assys, a 1/2-inch drain
hose and control valve assy. When filled, the tank assumes a pillow shape. Handles are provided along all sides
of the tank for moving and positioning while empty. When not in use, the tank may be folded or rolled and stored
in the shipping container.