Pre Treatment Plants
Raw water containing a group of impurities in dissolved and suspended form. Process water used for boiler, pharmaceuticals industry, space industry etc. has typical characteristics to meet stringent limits. Ultrapure process water is produced from treatment of raw water using membrane filtration, ion exchange, distillation technologies.
Treatment for drinking water production involves the removal of contaminants from raw water to produce water that is pure enough for human consumption without any short term or long term risk of any adverse health effect. Substances that are removed during the process of drinking water treatment include suspended solids, bacteria, algae, viruses, fungi, and minerals such as iron and manganese. The processes involved in removing the contaminants include physical processes such as settling and filtration, chemical processes such as chemical coagulation-flocculation, disinfection.
We offer primary chemical treatment plants, pressure filters, softener, DM, RO plants for treatment of raw water.
Filtration systems are employed to remove minute particles from the feed water through fine physical barriers, chemical or biological processes.
Our extensive range of filtration systems is designed to cater varied requirements – right from multiple-valve and manual systems to automatic and remotely operated systems. The systems offered are available in different MOC like FRP, MS, MSRL etc.
Activated Carbon Filter
The activated carbon filters are used to remove chemical and organic contaminants from water by adsorption. The principle media – activated carbon, is an extremely porous media that adsorbs organic colloids often present in raw water, thereby rendering it odour-free. Other supporting media include pebbles of various sizes, crushed gravel and silex.
Dual Media Filter / Sand Filter
These filters use depth filtration technique to remove turbidity and minute suspended solids from feed water. We offer high performance dual media filters using quartz-grade sand and anthracite as the principal filtration media supported by pebbles of various sizes, silex and crushed gravel to filter out the turbidity and suspended solids. These filters employ bed of anthracite at the first level where initial coarse filtration is done, followed by a sand bed filter that provides twice the dirt-loading capacity of pressure sand filters achieving depth filtration and high performance.
Ion Exchange Systems
A variety of industrial applications require feed water free of salts and specific ions, for which they employ the ion-exchange water treatment system. It removes organic and inorganic contaminants in surface and groundwater through ion exchange resin bed.
DM Plant and Mixed Bed Plant
Demineralization (DM) and mixed bed plants are used for the reduction of Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) to required levels.
Softeners replace calcium and magnesium ions with sodium to produce softened water, thus eliminating residues and scaling completely.