Water accompanies us almost everywhere and is used for a variety of purposes. The wide range of applications requires the use of various water treatment technologies, tailored to the strictly defined needs of individual consumers, institutional and corporate customers.
Treatment is a process of improving water quality to such an extent that it can be used for specific purposes. To treat water from wells or water supply systems, we need to know what it is contaminated with, or examine its quality. For this purpose, a detailed physicochemical analysis is carried out, to help us select the appropriate equipment for water treatment.
Typical processes used in these facilities
- Mechanical filtration (reducing mechanical impurities, protection of equipment and water systems)
- Water softening (reducing water hardness, protecting and extending the life of individual equipment items)
- Water disinfection (removing dengerous bacteria and viruses from water)
- Activated carbon water filtration (reducing chlorine, impurities, turbidity, odour or improving water taste)
- Removing iron and manganese (eliminating undesirable colour and water flavour)