(Sand) Filtration for Potable Water
Filtration removes solids from the water
Unwanted particles and turbidity are removed from the water by sand or membrane filtration. An even more effective process is to filter using upstream flocculation or precipitation. Added substances allow smaller particles to become larger, so dissolved substances can flocculate.
Requirements - (Sand) Filtration for Potable Water
ProMinent uses a variety of filtration techniques to remove turbidity. Today, in addition to traditional sand filtration, reliable membrane filtration In water treatment, membrane filtration is the process for removing particles and salts in the water ... more in the glossary is also available as a means of removing suspended matter. Unwanted particles are simply sieved out of the water. The products of oxidation from the (pre-)oxidation stage are also eliminated, so you can say goodbye to turbid water. Active carbon can also be used, not only to filter out unwanted substances but also to adsorb them. ProMinent filtration solutions include ozone Significantly less environmentally harmful by-products result from the generation and use of ozone ... more in the glossary and metering systems, gravity filters and ultrafiltration Ultrafiltration is a membrane process which is increasingly used in water treatment to separate ... more in the glossary systems.