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We know that industrial plants cannot operate without water, which is why Watersystem provides complete water treatment systems for industry, substantially facilitating operation for all sectors, including manufacturing, power engineering, electronics, chemical and glass engineering.

Water treatment in industry

What is water treatment in industry for?


An industrial process requires large quantities of water. Due to the quality restrictions concerning process water, it must be properly treated. The main indicators that must absolutely be monitored are, among others, pH scale, hardness, bacterial and chemical content. Requirements differ depending on the specific industry, process, or the enterprises themselves.


This is because the applications of water in industry are very diverse. It is most commonly used in technological and production process as a raw material, diluent, cooling agent or washing agent. Water is used in particularly enormous quantities in ironworks, petroleum refineries and the chemical, food and paper industries.


The need for rational water use obliges both enterprises and us, as a supplier, to offer the most advanced technologies possible. Hence, recycling of process water is becoming more and more popular. Properly treated process water will ensure failure-free operation and process continuity, and therefore, plant safety in multiple dimensions.


Typical processes applied in industrial facilities


  • Mechanical filtration (reduction of mechanical impurities, protection of equipment and water systems);
  • Water softening (reducing water hardness, protecting and extending the life of individual machines)
  • Water disinfection (removal of dangerous bacteria and viruses from water);
  • Hot water treatment (removing turbidity, corrosion and sediments in systems);
  • Active carbon water filtration (reduction of chlorine, impurities, turbidity, odour or improvement of water taste);
  • Removal of iron and manganese (elimination of undesirable colour and water flavour);
  • Reverse osmosis (removing all kinds of impurities, production of ultrapure water in humidification or cooling systems);
  • Rainwater management (reducing mains water consumption through the use of rainwater systems).