Potable Water Treatment

Potable Water Treatment (Improving your potable water quality while meeting regulations)
Drinking water sources are subject to contamination and require appropriate treatment. There are various methods of water treatment to provide safe drinking water to the end users. The most common types of water treatment systems consist of:
Filtration Systems
A water filter is a device which removes impurities from water by means of a physical barrier, chemical, and/or biological process.
• Sand Filters.
• Multimedia filters.
• Activated carbon filters.
• RO systems.
Water Softeners
A water softener is a device that reduces the hardness of the water. A water softener typically uses sodium or chloride ions to replace calcium and magnesium ions, the ions that create "hardness."
• Softeners systems.
• Ion exchange resins.
Disinfection is a physical or chemical process in which pathogenic microorganisms are deactivated or killed. Examples of chemical disinfectants are chlorine, chlorine dioxide, and ozone. Examples of physical disinfectants include ultraviolet light, electronic radiation, and heat. The local municipality requires landlords and maintenance companies to maintain the residual chlorine levels between 0.2 to 0.5 ppm in the drinking water.
The systems we offers are;
• Automatic chlorine/bromine dosing systems.
• Chlorine dioxide systems.
• Ozone generators.
• Salt chlorinators