CN210528551U - Water treatment pool - Google Patents

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CN210528551U
CN210528551U CN201921241148.9U CN201921241148U CN210528551U CN 210528551 U CN210528551 U CN 210528551U CN 201921241148 U CN201921241148 U CN 201921241148U CN 210528551 U CN210528551 U CN 210528551U
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张良纯
文玉坤
周密
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The water treatment pool is a wading purification device, a plurality of partition walls are arranged in parallel in the pool, and the bottom of the pool is divided into a plurality of precipitate gathering areas by the plurality of partition walls. A strip-shaped shaft passing window penetrating through the partition walls is formed in the positions, close to the bottom surfaces, of the multiple partition walls; a long shaft penetrates through all the shaft passing windows, and a mud scraper fixed on the long shaft is arranged between two adjacent partition walls; the long shaft can reciprocate along the length direction of the shaft window. The device has the advantage of simultaneously scraping the sediment accumulation areas of all the subareas.

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Water treatment pool
Technical Field
The utility model relates to a water clarification plant, specifically speaking relates to the water treatment pond.
Background
Referring to fig. 1, fig. 1 is a schematic lower half-plane view of a lateral flow water treatment tank, in which a reaction zone, a water distribution zone, a sedimentation zone and a water collection zone are defined by a tank wall 101, a tank wall 102, a tank wall 103 and a tank wall 104, the reaction zone is on the left side of a partition wall 110, and the water distribution zone 121, the sedimentation zone 122 and the water collection zone 123 are on the right side. When viewed from the upstream and downstream directions of the water flow, raw water enters the reaction zone after passing through the flocculation tower 109, then enters the water distribution zone 121, the sedimentation zone 122 and the water collection zone 123 in sequence, and finally purified water flows out from the water outlet pipe 111. Among them, the partition wall 105, the partition wall 106, the partition wall 107, and the partition wall 108 are half-height walls.
Referring to fig. 2, fig. 2 is a sectional view taken along line a-a of fig. 1, a horizontal pipe settling device 124 is installed on the top of the half-height walls 106 and 107, and raw water is passed through the horizontal pipe settling device 124 to flow to the water collecting area 123.
Referring to fig. 3, fig. 3 is a sectional view taken along line B-B of fig. 1, when raw water flows through the water distribution area 121, the settling area 122 and the water collection area 123 from left to right, sludge and other sediments are continuously collected at the bottoms 125 and 126 of the water distribution area 121, the bottom 127 of the settling area 122 and the bottoms 128 and 129 of the water collection area 123. For the purpose of collecting the sediment, the bottom 125, the bottom 126, the bottom 127, the bottom 128 and the bottom 129 are designed in a cone shape, and a sludge discharge branch pipe is arranged at the bottom of the cone and leads to a sludge discharge main pipe at one end.
The water treatment pool adopting the horizontal pipe precipitation device is divided into a forward flow mode and a lateral flow mode according to a water flow mode, the mud valve of the forward flow horizontal pipe can be arranged at two ends, and the mud valve of the lateral flow horizontal pipe can be arranged at only one end. The sludge discharging effect is not ideal when the sludge discharging mode is adopted for the large-scale horizontal pipe sedimentation tank, and the sludge discharging pipes are inconvenient to arrange. Therefore, a special mechanical sludge discharge device is required to be adopted in the large horizontal pipe sedimentation tank.
Because of the mud moisture content in sedimentation zone is more than 95%, traditional mud scraper can arouse the disturbance of sediment mud when scraping mud, breaks up sediment mud, makes its mud effect of arranging not good. To current high-efficient sedimentation tank of horizontal pipe, sedimentation tank's efficient must have better row mud effect, otherwise influences quality of water.
In the traditional mud scraper, no matter a reciprocating mud scraper, a chain mud scraper and an underwater single-rail mud scraper, one mud scraper must be arranged in each partition pool, so that mud can not be scraped in each partition simultaneously, and the investment cost and the maintenance cost are greatly increased.
Disclosure of Invention
The utility model mainly aims at providing a water treatment tank which can simultaneously scrape mud in each subarea;
the utility model also aims to provide a water treatment pool with small mutual interference of all the structural partitions during mud scraping.
In order to achieve the main purpose, the utility model provides a water treatment tank has multichannel parallel arrangement's partition wall in the pond, and the multichannel partition wall separates the bottom of the pool part for a plurality of sediments district of gathering. A strip-shaped shaft passing window penetrating through the partition walls is formed in the positions, close to the bottom surfaces, of the multiple partition walls; a long shaft penetrates through all the shaft passing windows, and a mud scraper fixed on the long shaft is arranged between two adjacent partition walls; the long shaft can reciprocate along the length direction of the shaft window.
It is thus clear that by the above scheme, the utility model discloses set up the through-axle window of rectangular shape bottom the partition wall, adopted a major axis to pass all partition walls, the segmentation sets up the mud scraper on the major axis, makes each mud scraper set up in each subregion correspondingly, and like this, the reciprocating motion of major axis just can scrape mud to the deposit district of each subregion simultaneously.
The further proposal is that the sediment accumulation area is provided with a straight bottom surface, and the water treatment pool of the utility model is a forward flow pool or a lateral flow pool.
In order to realize the other purpose of the utility model, a further proposal is that a separating curtain for plugging the shaft-passing window is arranged on the shaft-passing window; the long shaft passes through the separating curtain. Therefore, in the reciprocating operation process of the long shaft, sediment phases in sediment accumulation areas on two sides of the shaft passing window can not interfere with each other, and especially, sludge in an upstream subarea cannot improperly flow into a downstream subarea through the shaft passing window.
The further proposal is that the curtain is a bidirectional zipper or a facing fiber brush or a facing flexible sealing body.
The long shaft can rotate around the axis of the long shaft in a reciprocating mode by an angle, so that the mud scraping plate has a larger water facing area when running towards the mud discharging pipe and has a smaller water facing area when running away from the mud discharging pipe. Thus, the sludge can be more quickly scraped to the end where the sludge discharge pipe is located.
The mud scraper is characterized in that the mud scraper is two wing plates fixed on the long shaft, and an included angle is formed between the two wing plates when viewed from the axial section of the long shaft. This scheme makes mud scraping efficiency higher
The other further proposal is that the mud scraping plate is a column panel fixed on the long shaft, and the generatrix of the mud scraping surface of the column panel is a quadratic curve when viewed from the axial section of the long shaft. This scheme makes the mud scraping efficiency higher.
A still further proposal is that when the mud scraper operates, a mud scraping gap is kept between the lower edge of the mud scraper and the bottom surface. The existence in this clearance can prevent on the one hand that the mud scraping plate reduces life because of producing the friction with the bottom surface, and on the other hand can effectively strike off the mud on the bottom surface.
Still a further aspect is a screed having a rigid frame with a wire mesh secured therein.
Still a further solution is that the long shaft is connected at both ends of the slider using a coupling loop, and the slider slides on a track in the through-shaft window. The advantage of this scheme is can select for use the major axis of different length according to the pond shape of difference.
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FIG. 1 is a schematic plan view of a prior art lateral flow water treatment basin;
FIG. 2 is a cross-sectional view A-A of FIG. 1;
FIG. 3 is a cross-sectional view B-B of FIG. 1;
fig. 4 is a schematic plan view of a first embodiment of the present invention;
FIG. 5 is a cross-sectional view C-C of FIG. 4;
FIG. 6 is a cross-sectional view D-D of FIG. 4;
FIG. 7 is an enlarged view of E of FIG. 5;
fig. 8 is a partial enlarged view F of fig. 6;
FIG. 9 is a schematic structural view of a second embodiment of the invention;
FIG. 10 is a schematic view of a third embodiment of the present invention;
fig. 11 is a schematic plan view of a fifth embodiment of the present invention.
The embodiments of the present invention will be further described with reference to the following embodiments and the accompanying drawings.
Detailed Description
In the following drawings, the same reference numerals are used for the same structural names as those in the aforementioned prior art drawings, and some structural modifications will be specifically described.
First embodiment
Referring to fig. 4, this example is a schematic plan view of a lateral flow water treatment tank, strip-shaped through-shaft windows penetrating through the partition walls 105, 106, 107 and 108 are formed near the flat bottom surfaces of the partition walls, a long shaft 130 penetrates through all the through-shaft windows, and a mud scraper 131 fixed on the long shaft is arranged between two adjacent partition walls, and the mud scraper 131 is used for removing sludge in a sediment accumulation area at the bottom of the water distribution area 121, the sedimentation area 122 and the water collection area 123.
Referring to fig. 5, fig. 5 is a cross-sectional view C-C of fig. 4. The partition wall 106 is provided with a strip-shaped through-shaft window 1061 near the bottom of the tank, and the through-shaft window 1061 penetrates through the partition wall 106 and is elongated in the left-right direction shown in fig. 5, so that the long shaft 130 reciprocates in the left-right direction of fig. 5 along the length direction of the through-shaft window 1061. In order to prevent the sludge in the area from being stirred improperly into the upstream area when the long shaft 130 reciprocates, the over-shaft window 1061 of each partition wall is isolated by a partition curtain formed by a two-way zipper 140, and the two-way zipper 140 only allows the long shaft 130 to longitudinally pass through and transversely move left and right, but prevents the sludge in the front and rear areas of the partition wall 106 from being mixed with each other, and particularly prevents the sludge in the downstream area from returning to the upstream area. The long shaft 130 passes through the slider of the bidirectional zipper 140, and when the long shaft 130 runs left and right, the front and rear zippers are in a meshed state, so that sludge in an upstream area and a downstream area is isolated.
Referring to fig. 7, fig. 7 is a partial enlarged view of fig. 5E, a mud scraper 131 is fixed on the long shaft 130, and in this example, the mud pipe is located at one side of the partition wall 110, so in fig. 5, the long shaft 130 is in a mud scraping state when moving from right to left, and pushes the mud towards the mud pipe, and after moving to the left end, the long shaft 130 rotates clockwise by 90 degrees according to fig. 7, so that the mud scraper 131, which originally is basically close to the bottom surface, is far away from the bottom surface and forms a small upstream surface to reduce disturbance to the mud.
Referring to fig. 6 and 8, fig. 6 is a sectional view taken along line D-D of fig. 5, and fig. 8 is a partial enlarged view of F of fig. 6. Slide rails are further fixed in the through-shaft windows 1061 of the partition walls 105, 106, 107 and 108, the long shaft 130 is provided with a slide block 133 at a section corresponding to the slide rails, and the slide block 133 can slide on the slide rails to realize the reciprocating motion of the long shaft 130 in the through-shaft windows 1061, and is connected with the long shaft 130 through a bearing to realize the rotation of the long shaft relative to the slide block 133. Obviously, the long shaft 130 is driven by one motor to reciprocate along the length direction of the through-shaft window 1061 through a chain or a belt, and is driven by another motor or a mechanical limiting device to rotate back and forth for 90 degrees, so as to realize the axial rotation of the mud scraper 131. To reduce the resistance to the reciprocating motion of the long shaft 130, a plurality of support wheels 132 are also provided.
Second embodiment
Only the differences between this embodiment and the first embodiment will be described below, and the same parts will not be described again.
Referring to fig. 9, the present embodiment is characterized in that the curtain uses the opposite fiber brush 141, which also has the function that when the long shaft 130 runs along the length direction of the strip-shaped through-shaft window 1601, the fiber strips at the position where the long shaft is located bend and avoid, and the front and rear fiber strips are all in a straight line state to close the through-shaft window 1601, thereby realizing the separation of sludge in the upstream and downstream areas. Obviously, the interlaced fiber strips may also be arranged in multiple rows along the axis of the long shaft 130, and the isolation effect is better. The mud scraper 131 of this embodiment has a rigid frame and a steel wire mesh fixed in the rectangular frame, and the mesh of the steel wire mesh is preferably small enough to achieve the mesh of water and sludge.
Third embodiment
Only the differences between this embodiment and the first embodiment will be described below, and the same parts will not be described again.
Referring to fig. 10, the present embodiment is characterized in that the curtain is made of an opposite flexible sealing body 142, and the opposite flexible sealing body 142 may be made of a silica gel or a latex sheet, which also has the effect that when the long shaft 130 runs along the length direction of the strip-shaped through-shaft window 1601, the flexible sealing body 142 at the place where the long shaft 130 is located is avoided due to extrusion, and the front and rear flexible sealing bodies 142 are all in a normal state to close the through-shaft window 1601, thereby realizing the isolation of sludge in the upstream and downstream areas.
Fourth embodiment
The differences between this example and the above examples are explained below, and the same parts will not be described again.
Referring to fig. 9 or 10, the mud scraper 131 fixed to the long shaft 130 in fig. 9 and 10 is divided into an upper wing plate and a lower wing plate, and an included angle of less than 180 degrees is formed between the two wing plates, which has the advantages of effectively pushing up the sludge during the mud scraping stroke and preventing the sludge from overflowing from the upper portion. The mud scraping surface of the column panel, namely the generatrix of the concave surface is a circular arc line, of course, can be other secondary curves or other arc lines, and can also play a role in effectively pushing and accumulating sludge and preventing the sludge from overflowing from the upper part, and meanwhile, a smaller water-facing area is obtained due to the fact that the sludge rotates 90 degrees along with the long shaft 130 during return.
Fifth embodiment
Referring to fig. 11, fig. 11 is a schematic plan view of a forward flow water treatment tank, wherein a reaction zone, a water distribution zone, a sedimentation zone and a water collection zone are defined by tank walls 201, 202, 203 and 204, and the reaction zone is arranged on the lower side of a partition wall 210 and the water distribution zone, the sedimentation zone and the water collection zone are arranged on the upper side of the partition wall in sequence. When viewed from the direction of the upper and lower streams of the water flow, raw water enters the reaction zone after passing through the flocculation tower, then sequentially enters the water distribution zone, the sedimentation zone and the water collection zone, and finally purified water flows out from the water outlet pipe, namely the water flows from the lower part to the upper part of the figure 11 in a forward direction. Among them, the partition 205, the partition 206, the partition 207, and the partition 208 are half-height walls.
The bottom surfaces of the partition walls 205, 206, 207 and 208 near the pool are provided with strip-shaped through-shaft windows, the inner frame of each through-shaft window is provided with guide rails and partition curtains, and the partition curtains adopt bidirectional multi-row fiber brushes which are staggered up and down. Since the tank span is large in this example and the mud pipes are disposed at the left and right ends of fig. 11, two long shafts 130 to which the mud scrapers 131 are fixed are provided in this example, and the two long shafts 130 are simultaneously driven by a motor through a transmission device to perform mud discharging strokes toward the left and right ends, see the hollow arrow direction of fig. 11, or return direction.
Other structures closely related to the present invention can be the same as the former example of the lateral flow water treatment tank.
Other embodiments
The preferred solution is that the bottom of the pool is designed to be a flat bottom surface, obviously, when the bottom of the pool is not flat and straight, the bar-shaped over-axle window is correspondingly parallel with the bottom surface in the length direction, and the bottom edge of the mud scraper is designed to be a line parallel with the bottom surface properly, which can also achieve the purpose of the utility model.
In addition, for the lateral flow water treatment tank, the mud discharging pipe can be arranged at one end far away from the partition wall 110, and the included angle of the mud scraping plates 131 is changed into reverse direction; similarly, the mud pipe of the forward flowing water treatment tank can be arranged in the middle, and can also be reversed by changing the included angle of the mud scraping plate 131.
In addition, the silk screen for manufacturing the mud scraper can also be made of high-strength plastic materials such as nylon or fabrics.

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1. The water treatment tank is internally provided with a plurality of partition walls which are arranged in parallel, and the bottom of the tank is divided into a plurality of precipitate gathering areas by the plurality of partition walls;
the method is characterized in that:
a plurality of strip-shaped over-shaft windows penetrating through the partition walls are formed in the positions, close to the bottom surfaces, of the partition walls;
a long shaft penetrates through all the through-shaft windows, and a mud scraper fixed on the long shaft is arranged between two adjacent partition walls;
the long shaft can reciprocate along the length direction of the shaft passing window.
2. A water treatment basin as claimed in claim 1, characterized in that:
the sediment accumulation zone is provided with a flat bottom surface;
the water treatment pool is a forward flow pool or a side flow pool.
3. A water treatment basin as defined in claim 1, wherein:
the over-shaft window is provided with a separation curtain for plugging the over-shaft window;
the long shaft penetrates through the separation curtain.
4. A water treatment basin as claimed in claim 3, wherein:
the curtain is a bidirectional zipper or an opposite fiber brush or an opposite flexible sealing body.
5. A water treatment basin as claimed in any one of claims 1 to 4, wherein:
the long shaft can rotate around the axis of the long shaft in a reciprocating mode by an angle, so that the mud scraping plate has a larger water-facing area when running towards the mud pipe and has a smaller water-facing area when running back to the mud pipe.
6. A water treatment basin as claimed in claim 5, wherein:
the mud scraping plate is composed of two wing plates fixed on the long shaft, and an included angle smaller than 180 degrees is formed between mud scraping surfaces of the two wing plates when viewed from the axial section of the long shaft.
7. A water treatment basin as claimed in claim 5, wherein:
the mud scraping plate is a column panel fixed on the long shaft, and a generatrix of a mud scraping surface of the column panel is a quadratic curve when viewed from the axial section of the long shaft.
8. A water treatment basin as claimed in claim 5, wherein:
when the scraper operates, a scraper gap is kept between the lower edge of the scraper and the bottom surface.
9. A water treatment basin as claimed in claim 5, wherein:
the mud scraper is provided with a rigid frame, and a wire mesh is fixed in the rigid frame.
10. A water treatment basin as claimed in any one of claims 1 to 4, wherein:
the long shaft is connected with the two ends of the sliding block through a coupler loop, and the sliding block slides on a track in the shaft passing window.
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