|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Piece|
|Treated Water Quality||LOWER TSS,BOD,COD,TS|
|Treatment Capacity||500 m3/hr|
|Bridge Width||1.5 m|
|Installation Service||CHARGEABLE BASIS|
|Tank Diameter||5 m|
|Driving Principle||Centre Driven|
|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Unit|
|Water Source Type||Borewell Water|
|Treatment Technique||RO WITH DM|
|Inlet Water Quality||HIGH TDS WATER|
|Treated Water Quality||0-5 TDS WATER|
|Number Of Membranes In Ro||2-3|
SANITIZER WATER TREATMENT PLANT
The Water for Sanitizer Manufacturing water that we get today is flushed with hazardous chemicals from the different water treatment plants. As a result, the natural minerals present in water are taken away. In such a situation, it is essential to use the proper filtration processes to remove the contaminants and make water safe for consumption. The main contaminant present in water is total dissolved solids (TDS) that are left in the water after the normal filtration process. Contaminants that are larger than 2 microns are termed as total dissolved solids. A fine filter generally removes particles that are 0.45 microns in size and originates from different sources. The remaining contaminants in water after the filtration process consist of charged atoms and ions. Moderate to high TDS in water not only changes the taste of water but also poses a lot of health hazards. One of the most effective ways to maintain the TDS level is by using the best DM/RO water purifier in India.
What is TDS in Water?
Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) in water are some organic and inorganic materials, which include minerals and ions that are dissolved in a particular quantity in water. When water passes through stones, pipes or different surfaces, the particles are absorbed into the water. TDS in water can come from different sources such as minerals in chemicals used for treating water, runoff from the road salts and chemicals or fertilizers from the farms.
A demineralizer is a system, which uses ion exchange chemical process to remove dissolved ionic compounds (salts) from water. It is also known as Deionized Water System, Demineralizer or DM Plant. A typical Demineralization Plant (DM Plant) consists of two vessels. The feed water or raw water is passed through first vessel i.e. containing strong base cation resin in the form of Hydrogen (H+), whereupon all the positively charged ions (sodium, calcium, iron and copper etc.) are exchanged for Hydrogen ions; after that, the water further passed through another vessel containing strong base anion resin in the form of Hyudroxyl (OH-), whereupon all the negatively charged ions (chloride, Sulphate, nitrate, etc) are exchanged for hydroxide ions which then combine with the hydrogen ions to form water.