A water purification system is a setup or facility used to treat water and make it suitable for a specific end-use. The end-use can be drinking, industrial water supply, irrigation, river flow maintenance, water recreation, or other purposes. The primary aim of water purification is to remove contaminants or reduce their concentration so that the water becomes fit for its intended use.
Each of these stages requires a specific flow rate to achieve optimal performance. Automatic control valves help maintain consistent flow rates by adjusting the valve's opening and closing based on the system's requirements.
Flowmeters provide real-time information about the rate of water flow within the system.By monitoring flow rates, operators can optimize the performance of different treatment stages and adjust system parameters as needed.
This pump is designed to generate the necessary pressure to drive water through semi-permeable membranes, separating impurities from the water and producing purified water.
Use quartz sand to physically remove large particles of impurities in the water, and then use activated carbon to absorb organic matter, residual chlorine, odor and some heavy metals in the water. Finally, water softener is used to remove the hardness ions in the water to prevent the formation of scale