Water Treatment Plant (WTPs)
The Water treatment plants are used to make the source waterappropriate for your specific industrial end-uses by removing undesirable contaminants from water.
Numerous physical, chemical, and biological processes are used in your industrial 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. This is done after stringent water testing to understand the quality of water.
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 methods 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– This is a gold-standard water-treatment process for removing organic wastes from water. The process of forcing pressurized water through semi-permeable membranes allows the removal of contaminants such as bacteria, salts, sugars, proteins, particles, dyes, and organics.
Many industrial water filtration systems have been established that are used to remove impurities, solids and chemicals of industrial waste from the water. The RO water plants have been steadily gaining popularity lately because they are considered more efficient than most other systems, especially for industrial application.
RO is used in a wide variety of industrial solutions, including the treatment of brackish water, seawater, wastewater, and potable water generation.