Water Treatment plant Filters
Filtration systems are designed based in water quality and consumption.
- Iron Removal Filter.
- Arsenic Removal Filter.
- Dual Media Filter
- Activated Carbon Filter
- Micron Filter
- DM Plant
Iron removal Filter:-
Iron removal plants. Iron removal plants can be based on different filtration media, depending on the iron and manganese concentration, the oxygen level, CO2 content and hardness of the water. Plant principle: First, air is injected in order to oxidize the iron. The oxidized iron will then precipitate on a sand filter.
Arsenic Removal Filter:-
Arsenic Water Filters are designed to remove or significantly reduce concentration of dangerous Arsenic in drinking water
Dual Media Filter:-
Dual Media Filter is used for removal of suspended solids, turbidity and some part of colour and odour if activated carbon is used along with fine sand, from Water & Wastewater.
Activated Carbon Filter:-
Carbon filtering is a method of filtering that uses a bed ofactivated carbon to remove contaminants and impurities, using chemical adsorption. ... Active charcoal carbon filtersare most effective at removing chlorine, sediment, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), taste and odor from water.
2 microns – Bacteria. A micron rating is used to indicate the ability of a liquid filter to remove contaminants by the size of the particles. It is important to remember that a micron rating without an associated beta ratio or efficiency does not fully describe the performance of a filter.
Demineralization ( DM ) Water Treatment Plants. Demineralization is the process of removing mineral salts from Water by using the ion exchange process. Demineralised Water is Water completely free (or almost) of dissolved minerals as a result of one of the following processes : Distillation. Deionization.