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Water treatment plant.

The choice of a water treatment plant based on the application is one of the most important steps in the process.

The design will affect the efficiency and effectiveness of the plant, as well as its cost and complexity. It will also determine the stages required for water treatment.

Another important point is to identify:

  1. The application for which the water will be used.
  2. What type of contaminants will be detrimental to the end use if left untreated.

Drinking water treatment plant, industrial and service wastewater treatment plant.

Drinking water treatment plant, wastewater treatment plant, graywater treatment plant, wastewater treatment plant.

Water treatment plants that integrate the appropriate systems for each type of water in a container.

In addition, the process of our water purification systems begins with the physicochemical analysis of the water to be treated, the applications and the design of the system.

Consisting of reverse osmosis systems that remove sediments and particles from municipal mains water, such as seawater, brackish or industrial process or waste water.

These systems can include micron or sub-micron disinfection and filtration to remove microorganisms and contaminants to make the water potable. The result is a pure, potable water output.

Complete water treatment plants can be assembled on site in a rack or sea container for easy transportation and installation.

How do we design our water treatment plants?

Our engineering process consists of several important factors to consider when choosing water purification systems for your water quality.

Here are some of these considerations:

  1. Water analysis: We select specific systems according to each customer’s requirements and based on water quality.
  2. It meets 100% of our customers’ operating environment.
  3. Environmental considerations: We consider the conditions where the equipment will be installed, such as: utilities, local climate, facilities and site accessibility.
  4. Serviceability: Recommendation of equipment that is easy to maintain.
  5. Choice of equipment: Complete plant design with industry standard components, most of which are available in most regions.

What stages of water treatment can a water treatment plant include?

An industrial water treatment system comprises several stages to achieve a certain water quality. It is indispensable for different industries such as: hotels and resorts, food and beverage, refineries or steam generation.

For example the most common processes in industrial water purification are:

  • Ion exchange.
  • Media filtration.
  • Ultraviolet sterilizers.
  • Ozonation.
  • Degassing.
  • Chemical feed systems.
  • Industrial wastewater treatment plants

This type of treatment plants can be used for:

  • Industrial treatment water.
  • Irrigation waste.
  • High rates of suspended matter.
  • Dissolved pollutants at low concentrations.
  • Presence of organic matter and pathogenic microorganisms.
  • Grey water treatment plants.
  • Residential.
  • Hotels.
  • Filtration by UF membranes (0.08 μm).
  • Residual disinfection.
  • Hospitals.
  • Public buildings.

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