Significance And Types Of Water Treatment Plants

Posted by Admin on February, 03, 2012

“Water has become a highly precious resource. There are some places where a barrel of water costs more than a barrel of oil.”
~Lloyd Axworthy, Foreign Minister of Canada (1999 - News Conference)
Two World Wars had been fought for the establishment of power and occupation of land. Both brought a lot of havoc all around the world but Third World War would be to establish control over diminishing water resources. Water is the most essential thing on which the life on earth survives. It is the most important of all the other basic means of livelihood.
The scarcity of water demonstrates the importance of treating it and using it wisely. The main purpose of Water Treatment Plant is to produce potable and safe drinking water. Many industrial sectors require Water Treatment Plants as water is their basic raw material. Due to its less availability, industries need to install Water Treatment Plants so that water can be used and reused again and again.
Types Of Water Treatment Plants
There are many manufacturers, suppliers, exporters which offer wide gamut of the Water Treatment Plants. It includes: Reverse Osmosis Plant, Filtration System, Sewage Water Treatment Plant, Ultrafiltration Plant, Demineralized Water System, and Electro Deionization System. Some of these are discussed below:
Reverse Osmosis Plant: This is one of the finest mechanisms to turn wastewater into ultra-pure water. It finds its applications in chemical laboratories, medical purposes, power industry and semiconductor industry and so on. The Reverse Osmosis Plant has an in-built membrane which sieves out the solid particles and other harmful inorganic elements. It requires low maintenance and can be easily installed.
Filtration System: Sand filtration was among the first methods used to remove the solid impurities from water. Industrial Filtration System could be used in various sectors such as Automobile industry, Pharmaceuticals industry, Chemicals industry, Textile industry; etc. This Filtration System can be with individual valve or with multiple ports valve as per the need. It uses Pressure Sand Filters and Activated Carbon Filters to clean the muddy water and also for De-chlorination. Odor and color control are also some of the other aspects of the Filtration System.
  • Sewage Water Treatment Plant: Sewage Water Treatment can be a nightmare for industrial as well as residential units. But no more, with Sewage Water Treatment Plant. It has the capacity to handle large batches of sewage, has faster cycle time and can remove hardest-of-the-hard impurities. Sewage water treatment is required in hospitals, schools, and residential as well as commercial complexes.
  • Ultrafiltration Plant: The process of Ultra- Filtration works on cross-flow filtration principle and thus reduces the micro- bacterial counts. The Ultrafiltration unit can generally be availed in 100 lph to 150m3/hr. Solid particulates such as Colloidal silica, turbidity, suspended solids can be easily removed by installing it. The Ultrafiltration Plant is typically for pre-treatment of water to avoid any damage to RO membrane due to these hard sediments.
Growth should be always be sustainable and environment friendly. And if you think the same then you must go for Water Treatment Plant. Preserve water... Preserve yourself…

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