Application: Drinking Water
- Automatic Multimedia Filter and Activated Carbon Filter
- Prechlorination and Antiscalant Dosing Systems
- Hydranautics ESNA1-LF-LD-4040 Membranes
- Conductivity Sensor
- High Pressure Pump
- Local Microprocessor Controller
Sodium and chloride ions, which make up salt, brings many unwanted environmental issues, such as damaging the aquatic and marine ecosystem (oceans, rivers, lakes) to altering the fine biochemical stability in the soil. Eradicating harmful salt with general industrial and municipal water treatment processes are very costly and require the incorporation of reverse osmosis and microfiltration to remove chloride from the treated wastewater.
Water Challenges: Bi-valent ions, which are components of salt, produces many harmful environmental problems, such as killing the marine ecosystem (oceans, lakes, rivers) to changing the perfect biochemical balance in the soil. Eradicating hazardous salt with generic industrial and municipal water treatment tactics are very expensive and necessitates the utilization of reverse osmosis and microfiltration to dispose of some harmful ions from the handled wastewater. The effective way to avoid discharging plenty of salt into the sewers is to swap the utilization of modern salt-based water softeners with modern-day salt-free water softeners systems, such as Nanofiltration. Pure Aqua manufactures Nanofiltration (NF) systems which use catalytic-conversion media to neutralize sodium, calcium and magnesium, including minimizing scaling.
Applied Solution: Pure Aqua designs the best water treatment and purification systems worldwide. A Nanofiltration System has completed production in order to go to Puerto Rico. The system was designed to produce 3,000 gallons of water per day for the application of producing drinking water.
Nanofiltration systems are successful of accomplishing over 75% salt rejection costs whilst the use of only 1/2 of the system’s energy. NF membranes are additionally of typically greater performance and high-quality than RO membranes. Additionally, nanofiltration systems will also refill a share of the feed water, whilst reverse osmosis machines do not. Other applied solutions of nanofiltration are:
- Nitrate removal
- Water softening
- The elimination of heavy metals from wastewater
- The removal of pesticides from groundwater
- Wastewater reclamation in industrial amenities
- The removal of radium and uranium from water
Pure Aqua designs and manufactures reverse osmosis and water t...
Pure Aqua, Inc. designs and manufactures water treatment syste...
5 x Reverse Osmosis (RO) Systems with a capacity of 10,000 GPD...
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