Water Treatment Plant
Water treatment plants, as you know, make the not-so-clean water appropriate for a specific end-use like drinking, industrial water supply, irrigation, recreation or, farming.
There are numerous physical, chemical, and biological processes used in your average WTPs. Where we come in is to understand your specific needs and the end usage of the treated water and design a water treatment solution to that.
Here’s a sneak peek into a few prominent processes that are used.
Filtration– This is a physical process that is very useful for particles from water. Sedimentation removes suspended and colloidal solids from the ‘floc’. And flotation to remove suspended solids that cause unpleasant odours in food and beverage products, foul process equipment, and create energy losses for your plants. Silica and colloidal silica that foul and scale boiler equipment, reduce the efficiency of plant equipment, and cause product contamination, are removed too.
Desalinisation– We use to reliable, environmentally responsible and innovative technologies to turn seawater and groundwater into fresh, potable water for small-scale industries by designing and supplying plants your exact specifications.
Demineralization-Water hardness can hurt your facility’s productivity by coating equipment fixtures, plug pipes, scale equipment, and causing a buildup of sludge. Removing hardness and dissolved solids from your feed and process water can stop damage to boilers and process streams.
Pin-pointed raw water treatments are carried out to remove iron which can coat fixtures, foul industrial processes, and also cause foul tastes and odour in products, as well as bacteria that cause severe health problems.
These ensure an efficient process and quality product and help avoid costly plant downtime plus expensive maintenance fees.
Filtration– This helps remove particles of varying size from feedwater to improve the service life of your equipment, increase the efficiency of your process, or meet municipal guidelines for waste. Sand, multimedia and Carbon filtration are used.
Ultra-Filtration– This is used to handle a range of turbidities and densities of feedwater down to sub-micron levels. This helps reduce the number of pathogens and bacteria and viruses, improve silt density index (SDI), reduce colloidal silica, or sterilize fluids for drinking.
Reverse Osmosis– In this process of separation, pressurized water is forced through semi-permeable membranes, allowing concentrated, purified water to pass through while rejecting contaminants such as bacteria, salts, sugars, proteins, particles, dyes, and organics. RO is used in a wide variety of industrial solutions, including the treatment of brackish water, seawater, wastewater, and potable water generation.