For the drinking water systems, mainly freshwater, namely from rivers, lakes, boreholes, wells, etc. Specific contamination such as industrial or high yields of agricultural contamination should be subjected to evaluation from our technical department, so specific treatment technologies can be suggested.
Depending on our equipment model, It ranges from 30 m3 up to 1000 m3 per day. Capacity can be increased beyond that, by installing several units in parallel.
Around 0.25 USD per 1 000 litres, considering energy, operation, labour and usual maintenance.
The time to set up a unit is around 1 to 2 days.
A truck with crane to transport, load and unload the unit, a flat terrain (surface) with firm soil. A hydraulic connection entering the unit and other leaving after treatment. The power supply can vary from 1ph+N+Gr 230 Vac – 50 HZ to 3ph+N+Gr 400 Vac – 50 Hz, depending on equipment model.
It can be connected to energy from the grid to a power generator or to renewable energy sources such as wind and photovoltaic.
The system should be checked, at least, once a week. The chemicals should be topped up as needed, and it depends on the quality of the water to be treated. Cleaning should be done as needed and it’s dependable of the installed place. Maintenance should be done every 6 months according to the maintenance schedule in the manual.
If the maintenance plan is fulfilled, we can expect the unit to work for 15 to 20 years.
Our treatment process passes through several steps to remove contaminants from water, such as chemical oxidation, flocculation, multimedia filtration, disinfection and chemical adsorption. Our equipment can adapt to specific water treatment needs by adding other processes.
Using this process chain, we can guarantee several benefits, such as efficacy on the treatment, efficiency, easiness and low cost of operation. Other technologies may present some of the main benefits, but usually not all at the same time.
Depending on the unit It ranges between 7 and 36 kW of installed power, and 2.5 and 13.5 kW of max power consumption.
Sodium hypochlorite, aluminium sulfate and hydrochloric acid.
There is an in-line measurement of the concentration of free chlorine, pH and water temperature. A correct sampling and analysis plan reinforces safety measures for quality control.