CN210438466U - Adaptation device and water treatment pool - Google Patents

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CN210438466U
CN210438466U CN201921347592.9U CN201921347592U CN210438466U CN 210438466 U CN210438466 U CN 210438466U CN 201921347592 U CN201921347592 U CN 201921347592U CN 210438466 U CN210438466 U CN 210438466U
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张良纯
张建国
周密
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Adapter device and water treatment pond relates to water purification treatment technical field. The adaptation device comprises a framework and a plurality of sludge blades, the sludge blades comprise precipitation extension parts and baffle plates, an included angle is formed between the precipitation extension parts and the baffle plates when the cross sections of the sludge blades are seen, the precipitation extension parts of the sludge blades are fixedly connected through the framework, and the precipitation extension parts of the sludge blades are arranged in parallel. The water treatment pool comprises a settling area, and an adapting device of any scheme in the schemes is installed at an overflowing dead angle. The distance between the adjacent upper inclined plates is the same as that between the adjacent precipitation extension parts, and the upper inclined plates are fixedly connected with the precipitation extension parts. Has the advantages of small overflow dead angle and high effluent quality.

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Adaptation device and water treatment pool
Technical Field
The utility model relates to a water treatment pond and auxiliary device thereof, specifically speaking relates to adapter device and water treatment pond.
Background
The water treatment tank is used for purifying raw water, and comprises areas such as flocculation, water distribution, sedimentation, water collection and the like, a sludge discharge pipe, sludge discharge equipment and the like. A settling device is installed in a settling zone, and chinese patent application publication No. CN102284200A discloses a settling device as shown in fig. 1 and 2, wherein fig. 1 is a perspective view of the settling device, and fig. 2 is a cross-sectional view of the settling device perpendicular to a water flow direction.
Referring to fig. 1, the direction indicated by the arrow in fig. 1 is the water flow direction. The sedimentation device 1 comprises a plurality of groups of parallel inclined plates, each group of inclined plates consists of an upper inclined plate 11 and a lower inclined plate 12, a plurality of partition plates 13 are arranged between the upper inclined plate 11 and the lower inclined plate 12, the upper end edge of each partition plate 13 is intersected with the upper inclined plate 41, the lower end edge of each partition plate 13 is intersected with the lower inclined plate 12, and the intersection lines 17 of the partition plates 13 and the lower inclined plates 12 are on different horizontal planes. The upper and lower inclined plates 11, 12 and the partition plate 13 form included angles with the horizontal plane, and the partition plate 13 separates a plurality of water flow channels with parallelogram-shaped sections between the upper and lower inclined plates 11, 12. An elongated row opening 15 extending in the horizontal direction is formed in the lower inclined plate 12 above the intersection line 17 of each partition plate 13 and the lower inclined plate 12. A sludge discharge channel 16 is arranged between the lower inclined plate 12 and the upper inclined plate 11 of the other adjacent group of inclined plates, and if the sludge discharge channel is close to the side wall of the tank body, the sludge discharge channel 16 is arranged between the lower inclined plate 12 and the side wall. A sealing end plate 14 is provided on one end surface or both end surfaces of the sludge discharge passage 16 in the water flow direction.
Referring to fig. 2, the partitions 13 divide the space between the upper and lower inclined plates 11, 12 into a plurality of water flow passages having a semi-closed parallelogram shape in cross section. When water flows through a water flow channel in the sedimentation device, suspended matters are continuously precipitated under the action of self gravity and slide downwards along the lower inclined plate 12 and the partition plate 13, enter the sludge discharge channel 16 from the discharge port 15, then enter the sludge discharge hopper from the sludge discharge channel 16 and are discharged, and the direction indicated by an arrow in figure 2 is the direction towards which the sediments are precipitated. Due to the existence of the sealed end plate 14, the inside of the sludge discharge channel 16 can be regarded as a static water area without water flowing from the water inlet to the water outlet, sediment cannot be washed and stirred, and the sediment sedimentation effect is good.
However, the above-mentioned sedimentation device inevitably has an overflow dead angle in the actual construction process, and one condition is that from the cross section of the pool perpendicular to the water flow direction, i.e. the overflow surface, see fig. 3, the sedimentation device 1 is firstly assembled into a whole in a workshop, in order to meet the process installation requirements, the width of the assembled sedimentation device is usually smaller than the transverse dimension of the pool, a smaller gap should be reserved, but the gap in the construction is usually larger, i.e. the distance between the pool wall 18 and the pool wall 19 is larger, when the sedimentation device is installed in the pool, the sedimentation device is close to the pool wall 18, and a larger gap area, also called an overflow dead angle 2, is formed between the right end of the sedimentation device 1 and the pool wall 19. The other situation is that the sedimentation devices are connected in parallel when viewed from the overflowing section, and overflowing dead corners 2 are formed between the sedimentation devices. In the process that flocculate is precipitated by the precipitation device 1, the flocculate can enter the dead angle area to be freely precipitated, firstly, the flocculate is influenced by water flow in the overflowing channel when being separated from the precipitation device and entering the overflowing dead angle 2, the discharge of the flocculate can be influenced by the flow of the water flow, and the flocculate entering the overflowing dead angle 2 can enter the overflowing channel by the inertia of the water flow, so that the alum leakage phenomenon is caused; secondly, flocs are free to settle in the overflowing dead angle 2, the speed is generally 0.3-0.6mm/s, the sludge concentration in the upper area is low, and the sludge concentration in the lower area is high, so that blockage is easily caused, and the effluent quality is influenced.
In addition, a sedimentation device comprises a plurality of parallel inclined plates and a plurality of partition plates arranged between the adjacent inclined plates, the working principle of the sedimentation device is different from that of the sedimentation device disclosed in CN102284200A, but the sedimentation device has the characteristic of simpler structure.
Therefore, reducing the flow dead angle region is a technical problem to be solved urgently for improving the precipitation efficiency.
Disclosure of Invention
The utility model mainly aims at providing an adaptive device of a sedimentation device;
another object of the utility model is to provide a water treatment pond of building is participated in by adapter device.
In order to realize the utility model discloses a main objective, the utility model provides an adaptation device includes skeleton and multi-disc sludger blade, and the sludger blade is seen from the cross section of sludger blade including deposiing extension and baffle portion, deposits and forms the contained angle between extension and the plate washer, through skeleton fixed connection between the extension of deposiing of multi-disc sludger blade, sets up side by side each other between the extension of deposiing of multi-disc sludger blade.
It can be seen from the above scheme that the flocculation thing gliding can be supplied to the sediment extension of adapter device, and the influence of rivers to the flocculation thing can be reduced to the baffle portion.
The further proposal is that the extension lengths of the sedimentation extension parts of a plurality of the mud sliding blades are the same, and the baffle parts are coplanar.
Another further solution is that the extension of the settling extension of the plurality of blades is gradually increased or gradually decreased. The scheme usually adopts a gradually increased structural form to adapt the distribution situation of flocculates in the depth direction of the pool, and is particularly suitable for adapting when one surface of the sedimentation device adjacent to the overflowing dead angle is inclined.
A further proposal is that the framework is a component connected between two adjacent mud blades.
In order to realize the utility model discloses a further purpose, the utility model provides a water treatment tank includes the settling zone, and the settling zone is provided with the sediment device, and the sediment device has the swash plate, is formed with between sediment device and the perpendicular pool wall and overflows the dead angle. The adapter device of any one of the above schemes is installed at the overflowing dead angle. The distance between adjacent inclined plates is the same as that between adjacent precipitation extension parts, and the inclined plates are fixedly connected with the precipitation extension parts.
The other end of the sedimentation extension part far away from the baffle part is overlapped and fixed with the inclined plate.
In order to realize the utility model discloses a further purpose, the utility model provides a another water treatment pond includes the settling zone, and the settling zone is provided with parallelly connected sediment device, sediment device has the swash plate, is formed with between the parallelly connected sediment device and overflows the dead angle. The adapting device of any one of the schemes is installed at the overflowing dead angle, the distance between adjacent inclined plates of at least one settling device is the same as the distance between the settling extension parts, and the inclined plates of the settling device are fixedly connected with the settling extension parts.
The further proposal is that one end of the sedimentation extension part far away from the baffle part is overlapped and fixed with the inclined plate and is positioned below the inclined plate.
By the scheme in above water treatment pond it is visible, the utility model discloses a water treatment pond has can effectively reduce and overflows the dead angle, improves the advantage of play water quality of water.
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FIG. 1 is a perspective view showing a conventional settling apparatus having an upper inclined plate and a lower inclined plate;
FIG. 2 is a cross-sectional view of the prior art precipitation device described above, taken perpendicular to the direction of water flow;
FIG. 3 is a schematic view showing the structure of a sedimentation device incorporated in a water treatment tank according to a first embodiment of the present invention;
fig. 4 is a perspective view showing the structure of the first embodiment of the adapter device of the present invention;
FIG. 5 is a perspective view of FIG. 4 from another perspective;
FIG. 6 is a schematic view of the settling device of FIG. 3 after installation of the adapting device;
FIG. 7 is an enlarged view of a portion A of FIG. 6;
fig. 8 is a schematic structural view of a second embodiment of the water treatment tank of the present invention;
fig. 9 is a schematic structural diagram of a third embodiment of the water treatment tank of the utility model.
The embodiments of the present invention will be further described with reference to the following embodiments and the accompanying drawings.
Detailed Description
First embodiment of the adapter device
Referring to fig. 4 and 5, this example is an adapter adapted to a settling device having an upper inclined plate and a lower inclined plate, the adapter 3 is composed of a plurality of sludge blades 31 and a framework 32, the specific number of the sludge blades 31 depends on the number of the lower inclined plates of the settling device adapted to the sludge blades, usually the same or less, and five sludge blades are schematically shown in fig. 4 and 5. Each slide mud blade 31 has a precipitation extension part 311 and a baffle part 312, an included angle is formed between the extension precipitation part and the baffle part, and the precipitation extension parts 311 of the plurality of slide mud blades 31 are parallel to each other and are arranged at equal intervals and are fixedly connected through 2 rod pieces 32. The alternative material of construction of the adapter 3 is the same as the precipitation device it is adapted to, and may be metal, plastic, alloy, etc.
Second embodiment of the adapting device
The difference between this example and the previous example is that the extension length of the settling extension 311 of the sludge blade 31 is different, and the extension length from top to bottom gradually increases, and the extension length is the distance from the edge adjacent to the baffle portion 312 to the edge far from the baffle portion 312, that is, the extension length of the uppermost sludge blade 31 in fig. 4 is the shortest, and the extension lengths of the downward sludge blades 31 gradually increase.
Other embodiments of the adapting device
Obviously, the number of the rods 32 between each two of the vanes 31 may also be multiple, and the rods 32 of the whole adapter may also be arranged non-collinear, for example, in such a way that the rods 32 are arranged perpendicular to the sedimentation extension 311. Alternatively, the skeleton may take the form of spacers disposed between two of the vanes 31. In addition, the member that functions to connect two adjacent blades is not limited to the rod member 32, but may be a connecting plate or a connecting column that is fixedly connected to the plurality of baffle portions 312.
First embodiment of a Water treatment tank
The parts of the water treatment tank, which are the same as the existing water treatment tank, are not described again below, and the skilled person can completely refer to the prior art to implement, and the details are only explained in different parts below.
Referring to fig. 3, the settling device 1 is arranged in a settling area of a water treatment tank and is abutted against the left tank wall 18, and a flow passing dead angle 2 with a large width is formed between the settling device 1 and the tank wall 19.
Referring to fig. 6, the first embodiment of the adapter device of the present invention is installed on one side of the deposition device 1 adjacent to the over-flow dead angle 2, i.e. the width of the over-flow dead angle 2 can be reduced as compared to fig. 3.
Referring to fig. 7, the settling extension 311 forms an angle with the baffle portion 312 when viewed in cross-section of the slip blade, in this case all baffles 312 of the adapter are coplanar. The settling extensions 311 of all the sludge blades 31 are arranged in parallel at equal intervals, and one end far away from the baffle part 312 is overlapped and fixed with the upper inclined plate 11, the upper inclined plate 11 is upward, and the settling extensions 311 are downward, so that the fixing has the advantage that flocs are not easy to stagnate at seams. After the adapter 3 is installed, a suitable gap is still left between the baffle 312 and the tank wall 19 to ensure that the downward settled flocs that have settled along the settling extension 311 fall through the gap into the sludge discharge pipe.
Obviously, the various embodiments of the adapter device can be installed in the water treatment pool of the present embodiment to achieve the purpose of utility model.
Second embodiment of Water treatment device
The following description will be made only for differences between the present embodiment and the first embodiment of the water treatment apparatus. Referring to fig. 8, the settling apparatus of this example is composed of a plurality of inclined plates arranged in parallel and a plurality of partition plates arranged between adjacent inclined plates, and only the plurality of inclined plates are shown in fig. 8 with the partition plates omitted. In this embodiment, since the flow cross section of the settling zone is relatively wide, i.e. the distance between the tank wall 18 and the tank wall 19 is large, the whole settling device is designed such that the settling device 1A and the settling device 1B are installed in parallel on the flow cross section in consideration of the convenience of assembly and transportation of the settling device. The deposition devices 1A, 1B can be mounted in such a way that they are opposite each other as shown in fig. 8, with the flow-through dead space 2 formed between them, in which case a pair of adapter devices 3 are fixedly mounted on the deposition device 1A and the deposition device 1B, respectively.
Third embodiment of Water treatment apparatus
Referring to fig. 9, the pair of settling devices 1A and 1B of this example are arranged in the forward direction so that the flow dead space 2 is formed between the settling devices 1A and 1B and between the settling device 1B and the pool wall 19, and a pair of adapter devices 3 are fixedly mounted on the settling devices 1A and 1B, respectively.
Obviously, the foregoing embodiments of the adapter device can also be installed in the water treatment tank of this embodiment to achieve the object of utility model.

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1. Adaptation device, its characterized in that: comprises a framework and a plurality of mud blades;
the sliding mud blade comprises a precipitation extension part and a baffle part, and an included angle is formed between the precipitation extension part and the baffle part when the sliding mud blade is seen from the cross section of the sliding mud blade;
the sedimentation extension parts of the plurality of the mud sliding blades are fixedly connected through the framework;
the sedimentation extending parts of the plurality of the mud sliding blades are arranged in parallel.
2. The adapting device according to claim 1, wherein:
the extension lengths of the sedimentation extension parts of the plurality of the sludge blades are the same, and the baffle parts are coplanar.
3. The adapting device according to claim 1, wherein:
the extension length of the settling extension of the plurality of vanes gradually increases or gradually decreases.
4. An adaptation device according to any one of claims 1 to 3, characterized in that:
the skeleton is the component of connecting between two adjacent sludger blades.
5. The water treatment tank comprises a settling zone, the settling zone is provided with a settling device, the settling device is provided with an inclined plate, and an overflowing dead angle is formed between the settling device and one vertical tank wall;
the method is characterized in that:
mounting an adapter device according to any one of claims 1 to 4 at the flow dead corner;
the distance between the adjacent inclined plates is the same as that between the adjacent precipitation extending parts;
the inclined plate is fixedly connected with the precipitation extension part.
6. A water treatment basin as claimed in claim 5, wherein:
one end of the sedimentation extending part, which is far away from the baffle part, is overlapped and fixed with the inclined plate.
7. The water treatment tank comprises a sedimentation area, wherein the sedimentation area is provided with sedimentation devices connected in parallel, each sedimentation device is provided with an inclined plate, and an overflowing dead angle is formed between the parallel sedimentation devices;
the method is characterized in that:
mounting an adapter device according to any one of claims 1 to 4 at the flow dead corner;
the distance between the adjacent inclined plates of at least one settling device is the same as the distance between the adjacent settling extension parts, and the inclined plates of the settling device are fixedly connected with the settling extension parts.
8. A water treatment basin as claimed in claim 7, wherein:
one end of the sedimentation extending part, which is far away from the baffle part, is overlapped and fixed with the inclined plate.
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