The flotator consists of a tank in which the flotation process is carried out, on the bottom of which there are small-body diffusers, and from the foam collection system.
The precision of the Flotator basin and the method of producing bubbles determine the effectiveness of the flotation, because it is very important that the liquid in the fleet is in laminar and not turbulent flow conditions. This ensures that the lint of the substances that have formed at an earlier stage of coagulation is not disrupted. A well-constructed and constructed flotator therefore enables better technological parameters, i.e. savings on chemicals dispensed in the purification process. This modern device is also metering, allowing its integration with data transmission systems.