Water & Waste water
Waste water treatment is the process of converting waste water – water that is no longer needed or is no longer suitable for use that can be discharged back into the environment.
It’s formed by a number of activities including bathing, washing, using the toilet, and rainwater runoff. Wastewater is full of contaminants including bacteria, chemicals and other toxins. Its treatment aims at reducing the contaminants to acceptable levels to make the water safe for discharge back into the environment.
|Inorganic Coagulant & Blends|
|Bacteria Culture / |
Enzymes for COD Removal /
Oil Grease /
Ammonical Nitrogen Removal
|Nutrition food for Bacteria|
|Defoamers for ETP|
|R.O. membrane Cleaners ( Acidic & Alkaline)|
Clarification & Dewatering
The removal of water from solid material or soil by wet classification, centrifugation, filtration, or similar solid-liquid separation processes, such as removal of residual liquid from a filter cake by a filter press as part of various industrial processes.
Secondary treatment is the biological treatment of water using a wide variety of microorganisms, primarily bacteria. These microorganisms convert biodegradable organic matter contained in wastewater into simple substances and additional biomass.
The accumulation of scale are significant issues affecting the operation and maintenance of industrial boiler systems and steam raising plant. Scale is caused by the accumulation of hardness salts in the boiler water. They are treated inside the boiler itself with scale inhibitors.
Foam can be a problem in many water treatment applications as well as in various production processes. On-site testing is an important tool for analyzing our customer’s needs and recommending the best products for their systems.