Although mains water in Poland water meets the parameters required for potable water, it may not be suitable to meet the requirements for many industrial and commercial applications. Controlling corrosion, scale and microbiological contamination in industrial water systems, extends the service life of equipment, helping to maximize performance and can improve the quality of the manufactured product.
Potable water treatment stations
Fresh water from surface and underground water is used as a source of potable water. The amount of water available depends on several factors: amount of precipitation, evaporation rate, flow rate in rivers, amount of groundwater and human consumption. The widespread use of chemicals such as fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides or fungicides in agricultural production and the discharge of industrial and household sewage into surface waters results in the quality of water intended for consumption and for household purposes being non-compliant with the necessary sanitary requirements and needs to be treated.
Selection of water treatment technology is directly determined by water composition and is made on a case-by-case basis. Watersystem has a set of devices allowing for a full water treatment cycle. The water treatment technology uses individual processes to remove mechanical, chemical and biological impurities from water:
- Filtration and microfiltration - removing mineral and organic suspended solids,
- Active carbon sorption – removal of organic compounds and colloids
- Oxidation of iron and manganese compounds – usually with air oxygen
- Iron and manganese removal,
- Disinfection – using chlorine compounds, UV radiation, ozone.
The devices we manufacture make it possible to build a system with capacities adjusted to the demand from several dozens of l/h for single-family houses to several dozens of m3/h for regional water treatment plants.