Water filtration systems are designed to provide users with unrivalled efficiency in removing unwanted components from water. Water purifiers are increasingly being used to ensure an adequate supply of water for the public, thus preventing disease and unhealthy cultures. Water filtration also removes any chemicals present, such as solids and gases.
Water filtration systems are used not only for human consumption but also for a number of other important applications including water treatment in the food and beverage industry, chemical processing, water treatment in the pharmaceutical industry, agriculture, oil and gas industry, industrial water treatment, utilities and industrial applications that must meet certain water criteria.
Advantages of a water filtration plant
Water filtration is the best solution for removing sediment and unwanted particles from the water supply, including removal of chlorine, calcium, manganese, iron and arsenic, as well as stabilizing the acidity of the water. In addition, these filters prevent turbidity caused by algae growth, high temperatures, unpleasant tastes, odours and colours. Although the process of filtering high-purity water may seem simple given its basic structure, it is quite complex and is used for waste water treatment, boiler feed water treatment, cooling towers, UV sterilisers, hydrocarbons, metalworking fluids, city water and more.
Different sectors have their own water treatment requirements and each water supply system has different levels of certain harmful contaminants. Therefore, in order to ensure the best possible quality of water for production, it is important to use high-purity water filters that remove all kinds of undesirable substances. Water analysis is the first step in determining the overall condition of your water supply. It is then easy to choose the right type of water filter.
With our water filtration Plant, companies do not have to worry about negative water quality assessments from municipal authorities. Operating costs are reduced as fewer chemicals are needed for treatment, no deposits build up on the equipment meaning less maintenance and repairs, less energy is consumed, employees are better fed and therefore more productive and the quality of drinks (made from filtered water) is improved.