Water Treatment

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Water Treatment

  • Reverse Osmosis
  • Ultra Filtration
  • Nano Filtration
  • Industrial Softener
  • Multigrade Sand Filter
  • Activated Carbon Filter
  • Dual Media Filter
  • Iron Removal Filter
  • Arsenic Removal Filter
  • Micron Filtration
  • Demineralization Plant
  • Swimming Pool Water Treatment
  • Electro De ionization Plant (EDI)

Water treatment is the process of improving water quality for a specific use and re-treating the residual water after use to make it usable or suitable for irrigation. It is a facility that uses sedimentation, coagulation, filtration, disinfection, conditioning, softening, fluoridation, removal of tastes and odors, corrosion control, algae control, and aeration to reduce or remove contaminants that are present in water for the purpose of making it suitable for drinking and other uses. The final use could be for drinking, irrigation, maintaining river flow, water recreation, or a variety of other things, such as being securely disposed of back into the environment. In order to ensure that the water is suitable for the intended end use, water treatment means removing pollutants and unwanted components or reducing their concentrations. The use of both drinking water and irrigation is made possible by this treatment, which is essential for maintaining human health.

Portable Water Treatment Plant

Portable water purification plants treat streams, lakes, and sewage effluent to produce drinking water that meets state board of health standards. Portable water purification plants use a variety of technologies to clean the water and make it safe for consumption.

Cooling Water Treatment Chemical

Cooling tower water treatment entails removing toxic or otherwise harmful impurities from your cooling tower system using specific filtration technologies and chemical products. Cooling tower water treatment can help you solve the most common cooling tower issues, such as biofilm and fouling.
1. Corrosion :

  • It weakens the system metallurgy over a period of time.
  • Leads to dangerous pitting ( pin-hole type) corrosion
  • Heat Exchanger tube leakage by pitting corrosion
  • Unscheduled downtime due to heat exchanger failure
  • Hampers production
  • Problem frequency enhances with time

  • 2. Scaling :
  • Adherent coating of soluble Calcium and Magnesium salts of water on metal surface.
  • Even soft make-up water of Cooling Tower gets concentrated due to evaporation leading to scale formation
  • Scale formation tendency of water increases with temperature. Hence it is more common on Heat Exchanger tube surface
  • Scales have extremely poor heat transfer efficiency
  • Decrease in temperature drop across Heat Exchanger
  • Tube choking and decrease in water pressure in Heat Exchanger
  • 3. Micro-biological Growth:
  • Mainly consists of algae and bacteria
  • Excessive algae on Cooling Tower deck chokes distributor nozzles
  • Reduced water flow and cooling effect in Cooling Tower i.e. reduced Cooling Tower efficiency
  • Algae mass gets carried away and plugs Heat Exchanger tubes
  • Bacteria secrete slime, which attracts suspended solids. This forms a micro-layer. particularly harmful in Heat Exchanger because of poor heat transfer efficiency of this layer typical micro - biological corrosion under this layer causing pitting (pin-hole) type corrosion.
  • Bacteria lower local pH at places of heavier accumulation and further increases corrosion.
  • Turnkey Mineral Water Project

    • Compact Pre Treatment +RO+UV+Ozone.
    • Filling, Washing, Capping Machine (Auto / Semi)
    • Blow Molding Machine (Auto/Semi Auto)
    • Injection Molding Machine (Auto/Semi Auto)
    • Labeling Machine
    • Inkjet Printing
    • Shrinking & Wrapping Machine
    • Bottle Conveyor
    • 5Gallon Jar Auto Washing, Filling & Capping Machine.

    Effluent Treatment Plant

    • Chemical Process
    • Biochemical Process
    • Biological Process
    • Activated Sludge Process
    • Membrane Bio Reactor (MBR)
    • Floated Moving Bio Reactor (FMBR)

    Effluent Treatment Plant is a treatment facility specifically established to handle any type of process wastewater produced by individual industries, either by those industries themselves or by the park authority, following Department of Environment guidelines

    Demineralization plant

    The industry produces rinse water, process water, boiler water, and other liquids that are utilized in a wide range of processes. Water passes through a cation exchange column and then an anion exchange column in the two-column systems used in demineralization plants.

    Swimming Pool Water Treatment

    The water in swimming pools must be treated in order to keep it clear and clean, free from harmful substances like bacteria, viruses, algae, and other pathogens, and suitable for human consumption.
    Purification steps There are several purification steps used to treat swimming pool water (figure 1). From swimming pools, the water is first brought to a water treatment facility (1). It will pass through a hair removal filter (2) in the water purification facility, which removes water-borne raw pollutants like hairs, plasters, and leaves. The next step involves adding a flocculant (3), which causes smaller colloids to come together. Organic matter, like skin tissue and fibers from textiles, is found as visible, float-in-space colloids. The colloidal pollutants in this category include substances like saliva, soap residue, cosmetics, and skin fats. Turbidity is brought on when these pollutants are prevalent. The turbidity of the water and potassium permanganate (KMnO4) demand are two indicators of the presence of undissolved particles. Water turbidity and the need for potassium permanganate (KMnO4) in the water are parameters that show the presence of undissolved particles. Potassium permanganate is used as a marker for the oxidation of organic matter. In a sand filter, floating debris is taken out of the water. The sand filter undergoes periodic backflushing. In the end, pollutants are released into the sewer.

    Boiler Water Treatment Chemical

    The quality of water is essential to preventing boiler damage. The makeup water depends on its source may contain a large number of impurities. This, if not treated shall result in the fouling of boiler heat transfer surfaces and shall increase fuel consumption. Makeup water also contains considerable amounts of dissolved oxygen which is a prime cause of corrosion. The high heat the intensity of the evaporation accelerates the oxidation, scaling, and corrosion process. The Pitting corrosion causes boiler tube failures and may damage The downstream equipment. Generally the The higher the makeup water, the higher shall be the impurities and the dissolved oxygen loading. A successful water treatment approach requires a total system approach to:

  • Prepare the water before it goes to the boiler
  • Maximize the potential of condensate
  • Provide internal boiler protection
  • Maintain clean internal boiler surfaces
  • Avoid problems and shutdowns
  • Extend equipment life
  • Monitor and control treatment levels
  • Drinking Water plant

    The application of modern water treatment processes had a major impact on water-transmitted diseases, and these processes provide barriers—or lines of defense—between the consumer and waterborne disease. This chapter provides an overview of the drinking water treatment processes and requirements, water distribution systems, and organic carbon and microbial growth in distribution systems.


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