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Ultrafiltration (UF) treatment is a separation process using sieving as the separation method. It uses pressure as the driving force to achieve mechanical separation. When the mixed solution containing different sizes of the molecular solute flows through the membrane surface, the solvent and small molecules such as inorganic salts pass through the membrane and the macromolecule solute is trapped to achieve the purpose of separation and purification. Only fresh water and dissolved minerals pass through the membrane.
The DWTPL ultrafiltration plant process involves the removal of particulates and macromolecules from raw water to produce potable water. It assists environmental awareness initiatives and regulations, which help to avert negative environmental impact.
We also design & provide Ultrafiltration Plants for safe drinking water where TDS and hardness of water are with in desirable limits. These plant are also designed as pre treatment unit of RO Plant.
- Electronics Industry
- Beverage & Juice production
- Food Industry
- Pharmaceutical Industry
- Medical Industry
- Wastewater recycling and reuse
Electrocoagulation (EC) is a revolutionary treatment for wastewater applications. It consists of pairs of metal sheets called electrodes arranged in pairs of two-anodes and cathodes. The cathode is oxidized using the principles of electrochemistry, while the water is reduced (gains electrons), thereby making the wastewater better treated. A direct current is applied to electrodes that are submerged in an aqueous solution. EC is a straightforward and efficient technique to remove the flocculating agent produced by the electro-oxidation of a sacrificial anode and is generally made of iron or aluminium.
DWTPL Electrocoagulation water treatment plant applies is the broad-spectrum technology that removes total suspended solids, emulsified oils, bacteria and other contaminants from water. It is an electrochemical water treatment process that destabilizes and aggregates contaminant particles, ions such as heavy metals, and colloids, using an electrical charge to hold them in solution.
- Industrial wastewater treatment