PRE-TREATMENT & FILTERING SYSTEMS
The objective of the pretreatment process is to improve the quality of feed water. It is done prior to the main process to protect the more sensitive downstream process units whose efficiency may be severely affected by untreated raw water. We offer a wide range of pre- treatment plants that make the feed water suitable for downstream processes and operations. Our range of pre-treatment plants comprises...
- Clariers & Flocculates
- Tube settlers
- Lamella Clarifers
- High Rate Solid Contact Clarifers (HRSCC)
Filtration systems are employed to remove minute particles from the feed water through one physical barriers. Our extensive range of filtration systems is designed to cater to varied requirements. We offer manual, automatic and remotely operated systems. The systems offered in different MOC like FRP, MS, MSRL or SS construction suitable to the application requirement. Our comprehensive range of filtration systems consists...
Multi MEDIA FILTER/ PRESSURE SAND FILTER
These flters use depth fltration technique to remove turbidity and minute suspended solids from feed water. We offer high-performance dual media flters using quartz- grade sand and anthracite as the principal fltration media supported by pebbles of various sizes, Silex and crushed gravel to flter out the turbidity and suspended solids. These flters employ a bed of anthracite at the first level where initial coarse fltration is done, followed by a sand bed flter that provides twice the dirt- holding capacity achieving high performance.
ACTIVATED CARBON FILTER
The activated carbon flters are used to remove 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 odor-free and also helps removal of color.
IRON REMOVAL FILTER
Our advanced iron removal flters effectively remove iron from the feed water. These flters employ TULSION-IRR as the principal media to provide efficient iron removal.