Water purification plantsWater Purification

Water purification plants mounted on a skid or containerised to provide potable water from any source including sewage or grey water.

In order to design and size a water treatment plant, we will need a water analysis of the raw water, an idea of hourly requirement at peak demand, what storage facilities are in place or required and what the water is to be used for e.g. potable drinking water, irrigation, laundry, factory process water etc.

Also we would need to know if a fully automated system with control and monitoring capability or a manually operated system will be required.

Once we have this we will incorporate required technologies to attain the standards required. These could include some or all of the following:

  • Pumps
  • Filters and ultra filters to remove particulates in the water
  • Ozone for disinfection and/or iron and manganese removal
  • Ultra Violet ( UV) for disinfection
  • Reverse Osmosis to remove salts and heavy metals
  • Resin softeners for hard water or high calcium
  • De-mineraliser
  • Re-mineraliser
  • Chemical dosing
  • Automatic backwash

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Water Treatment

Water TreatmentWhy do we need to treat Drinking Water?

Drinking water is treated to kill or inactivate any pathogenic micro-organisms such as bacteria, parasites and viruses. It is also to remove organic and inorganic trace contaminants which find their way into our water system due to pollution and thus reduce the risk to consumers.

Why do we need to treat Process Water?

Water is the most used fluid in industrial processing. For most applications this water must be treated to remove impurities and/or adapt to the needs and demands of each production process.

Why do we need to treat Bottled Water?

During the bottling process it is virtually impossible to prevent some micro-organisms remaining either in the bottled water or in the enclosed air space under the bottle cap. Bottled water is treated to kill pathogenic micro-organisms such as bacteria, parasites and viruses. It is also used to remove organic and inorganic trace contaminants in order to reduce the risk to consumers.

Why do we need to Recycle our Waste Water?

Water is the most valuable liquid substance on earth. Simply put, LIFE cannot continue without it. Recycling waste water in Homes, Hotels, Luxury Resorts, Game Reserves, Factories etc, will avoid water shortages and protect water resources. Water recycling is Safe, Environmentally Sustainable and Cost Effective.

OSI Solution

Depending on the application in question, different models are available for the treatment of Municipal, Process, Bottled and Sewage & Waste Water.
By using AIRZONE, AQUAZONE, BIOZONE & OZONIA Ozone generator products, the desired results will be achieved.