Industrial raw water treatment is used to optimize most water-based industrial processes,
Such as heating, cooling, processing, cleaning and rinsing. The ultimate goal is to reduce operating costs and risks. Poor water treatment can cause serious damage to the process and the final results. Surfaces of pipes and vessels can be affected by corrosion and steam boilers can scale up or corrode. We will support you to deal with these numerous raw water treatment challenges. During the water treatment process, raw (untreated) water is dosed with chemicals under mixing for coagulation and flocculation and then passes to the clarifiers where settlement of impurities in water will take place. Clarified water then flows into filters of sand and anthracite for removal of the more finely divided particles.
The filtered water passes into contact tanks where chlorine and hydrated lime are added respectively to disinfect and control the pH of the treated water. Fluoride is also added for dental protection. A small amount of residual chlorine is maintained in the water to prevent bacterial growth on the rest of its journey. The treated water is pumped into a system of final treatment systems.
DANATIVARA field personnel have extensive experience in treatment of raw water for utility makeup and other industrial processes. We have expertise using a full range of source waters: lake, river, well, city, and reuse of secondary or tertiary effluent.