Hard Water | Water Treatment | Waste Water Treatment | Water Treatment Process & Plant Design
left header
HARD WATER

HARD WATER

Basic Water Characteristic. The water used by industry for boiler feed or process purposes may be taken from public supplies, or abstracted directly from wells, lakes or rivers. In Great Britain, town mains...
PROPERTIES OF WATER

PROPERTIES OF WATER

Characteristic Properties of Water Pure water is virtually a non-conductor of electricity. On heating to a very high temperature water molecules are dissociated into the elements. The formation of water front...
Water Softner

Water Softner

Softener Water Treatment What is Hardness? Hardness is caused by hard water containing high concentration of calcium and magnesium ions. Water is considered to be hard if it has a hardness of 100 mg/L or more...
CHLORINATORS

CHLORINATORS

Hypochlorinators The simplest method of continuous chlorination of water supply systems for a water flow of less than 200 Lpm is by the use of a hypochlorinator. Hypochlorinators are motor driven pumps which...
TYPES OF DISINFECTANT

TYPES OF DISINFECTANT

Types of chemical disinfectants containing chlorine are hypochlorite, chloramines, and chlorine-dioxide. Hypochlorites Instead of using chlorine gas, some plants apply chlorine to water as a hypochlorite,...
Advantages and Disadvantages of Water Softening

Advantages and Disadvantages of Water Softening

Advantages of water Softening are: Water Softening will deal with the problems caused by hard water such as excessive soap use and scaling. Depending on the type of water softening process used, softening may...
Efficiency of Softening

Efficiency of Softening

In addition to raw water characteristics, the operation of the softener can influence efficiency of softening. The most important factors in softener are resin, flow, and cleaning. Both the resin type and...
Water Softener

Water Softener

Lime Processing Water Softener  Lime softening water treatment process involves a relatively complicated series of chemical reactions. The goal of all of these reactions is to change the calcium and magnesium...
bottom