Water Treatment

Water preparation processes comprise a wide range of technologies and physical-chemical methods. Methods must be selected with a view to the purpose of the use of the prepared water – the preparation of potable water requires a different approach from, e.g., the preparation of cooling water, feed water for boilers, or process water.

Applications
• Potable water preparation plants for municipalities, waterworks companies – refurbishment, intensification
• Preparation of very clean water – e.g., electrical industry, pharmaceutical and food-processing industry, feed water for boilers
• Groundwater processing plants – in places where connection to the public distribution network is not possible
• Rinsing water – glassworks, automotive industry, electrical industry, plastic production
• Cooling water

Photo: General Principles of Water Treatment

General Principles of Water Treatment

Water preparation processes comprise a wide range of technologies and physical-chemical methods. Methods must be selected with a view to the purpose of the use of the prepared water – the preparation of potable water requires a different approach from, e.g., the preparation of cooling water, feed water for boilers, or process water.

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Greywater

The existing lack of good quality drinking water, its ever-increasing price and, finally yet im-portantly, prices for wastewater treatment represent the reasons for the application of economy measures in the water management sphere. Called according to its typical colour, greywater is wastewater produced in hand basins, showers, wash machines and kitchen fa-cilities that does not contain human waste (urine and faeces). After a suitable treatment, greywater can be used as service water (the so-called “white water”) for flushing toilet, uri-nals and garden irrigation.

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Cyanobacteria removal techniques

Helping to solve the problem of the excessive occurrence of cyanobacteria and algae in water bodies.

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