WATER FILTRATION PLANT
WTE offers series of filters like vertical & horizontal pressure sand filter, activated carbon filter, dual media filter and iron removal filter in different sizes at a low cost, reliable & efficient way to filter impure water. It consists of different grades of sand, activated carbon, anthracite, MnO2 as per application. This plant removal of suspended solids & turbidity, colour and free chlorine in less quantity.
Our ingenious designs make sure utilization of maximum surface area and accuracy in lowering the pressure drops. This is how our products help build optimum productivity in your work cycle ensuring efficient removal of impurities.
Raw water contains undesirable sediments, colour, algae which can produce a taste, odour and other harmful organisms. The Water Filtration Plant (WFP) is designed to remove this undesirable matter, and produce water which is fit and safe for drinking. The Pressure Sand Filter consists of a multiple layer of sand with a variety in size and specific gravity. These Filters are designed to remove turbidity and suspended particles present in the feed water with minimum pressure drop. These Filters are designed to suit the process requirement. We have our own designing and manufacturing unit for vessels available in MSEP/MSRL/FRP/SS.
Sand filtration is frequently used and very robust method to remove suspended solids from water. The filtration medium consists of a multiple layer of sand with a variety in size and specific gravity. Sand filters can be in different sizes and materials both hand operated or fully automatically. Raw water pump is used for generating necessary operating pressure in the pressure sand filter. Raw water is passed through multigrade Sand Filter at a pressure to reduce the suspended solids present in the raw water. The filter will effectively remove the suspended solids. The filter will have to be washed with raw water regularly.
- Efficient Turbidity and TSS Removal.
- High filtration rate.
- Easy to operate & low maintenance.
- Low Energy requirement.
- These filters are the major part of treatment system it works as pre or post treatment systems in raw water.
- Preparation of cooling water
- Treatment of waste water
- Production of drinking water
- Filtration in swimming pools
- Pre filtration for membrane systems
- Filtration of grey or surface water
Frequently Asked Question
The main purpose of a water filtration plant is to remove impurities and contaminants from water so that it is safe for consumption, industrial use, or other applications. This can include removing particles, bacteria, viruses, and other contaminants from the water.
Water filtration plants use a variety of methods to remove impurities and contaminants from water. These methods can include physical filtration, such as through sand or gravel filters, chemical filtration, such as through the addition of chlorine or other chemicals, and biological filtration, such as through the use of microorganisms. The specific method or combination of methods used will depend on the source of the water and the type of contaminants present.
There are several different types of water filtration plants, including surface water treatment plants, groundwater treatment plants, and seawater desalination plants. They also can be categorised based on the process used, like mechanical filtration, adsorption, ion exchange, and reverse osmosis.
The by-products of a water filtration plant are usually a combination of clean water and waste products. The clean water can be used for drinking, irrigation or other purposes, while the waste products may be in the form of sludge or chemical waste, which need to be properly managed and disposed.
The advantages of a water filtration plant include improved water quality, increased water supply, reduced waterborne diseases, and reduced environmental impact of water pollution.
Regular monitoring and testing of the water quality can help to ensure that the water filtration plant is working properly. Parameters like turbidity, pH, and presence of specific contaminants can be tested to ensure the water is within the desired range.
The cost of installing and maintaining a water filtration plant will depend on many factors, such as the size of the plant, the type of treatment process used, and the location of the plant. On average, costs can range from hundreds of thousands of dollars to millions of dollars, depending on the complexity of the plant and the capacity.