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Water treatment plants produce drinking water for public consumption or "industrial water" for manufacturing or other business operations. Water treatment plant operations often also produce wastewater that they must dispose of safely. The Department of pollution control board helps to ensure that the disposal of these wastewaters causes no harm to the environment.
Membrane filtration is physical separation of a substance by means of a semi-permeable membrane. The presence of a gradient, i.e. a propelling force, across the membrane drives the process. The propelling force can be electrical, chemical or may use pressure. This force pushes the smallest molecules (the substances' "building blocks") in a given solution through the membrane and keeps back the larger molecules.
Membrane filtration is divided into the following four types, depending on the size of the molecules to be filtered:
Membrane filtration modules are available in many designs. The four most important types of module are:
Reverse osmosis is a kind of water purification technology, which uses semi-permeable membranes to remove dissolved contaminants from feed water and produce clean water also called "permeate" for drinking and process applications. The feed water or input water may be from different sources such as tap water or municipal water, wastewater and ground or seawater.
Water test report is mandatory to decide what type of pre and post filtration is required to make RO plant suitable for specific application
Ultra filtration is utilized in two different operational modes such as Dead-End and Cross-Flow. In Dead-End ultra filtration process, without circulation overall quantity of feed water is pressed through the membrane module; whereas, in Cross-Flow process the feed water passes parallel to the membrane face, one part is passed through membrane and other part is re-circulated to create turbulences over the membrane. It is used in turbidity removal; in addition, it also removes bacteria, virus, microorganisms, particulate material, and natural organic materials from the water.
|Ultra filtration Plant Specifications|
|Flow Rate||Up to 100m3/hr or more|
|Type of membranes||Hollow fiber|
|Make of membranes||Dow, Hydranautics cpa2, Memcor etc.|
|Dosing system||Electronic dosing or as required|
|Flushing system||As per requirement|
|UF Backwash||As per requirement|
|PLC system||As per client's requirement|
|Power options||Mains Electric, Solar system, Generator|
The term media filter, as applied to water treatment, refers to the removal of suspended Solids from water. In most cases it is the last stage in the pretreatment of water for removal of un-dissolved impurities prior to treatment by Ion Exchange or by Reverse Osmosis. Coagulation, flocculation and clarification precede filtration.
Media Filters used in water & Wastewater treatment are either pressure or gravity filters depending upon the flow of water. Water is pumped through a pressure filter while water flows by gravity in a gravity filter .They employ granular media like sand, anthracite or activated carbon either alone or in combination as the filter media. Filters with special media are also used to remove iron and or' manganese that may be present in some bore well waters.
The process through which iron is removed from water is known as Oxidation Filtration that involves the oxidation of the soluble forms of iron (Fe) and manganese (Mn) to their soluble forms and then removal by filtration. We provide iron removing filters up to 100,000 lph with manual and automatic backwash system. The tanks (vessels) are made either of FRP or Mild Steel (MS), while for special applications, we alsoprovide stainless steel tanks on request.
Consist mainly of pure carbon; activated carbons are considered most powerful adsorbents. This exceptional feature makes them ideal for utilizing in water treatment, where activated carbon filters are widely used in purifying, removing odor, color, pesticide and benzene. These activated carbon water filters also remove some metals, chlorine and radon from the water. An Activated Carbon Filter contains carbon particles of various sizes ranging from 10 to 50 mesh. The carbon is made from burning coconut shells in the presence of oxygen. This carbon is further activated by steam or chemical method, where Steam activated carbon contains very fine pore sizes that are ideal for adsorption of components from water.
There are two types of activated carbons available, Granules Activated Carbon (GAC) and Powdered Activated Carbon (PAC); choosing which one is best suitable for your application is not a difficult task. In general Granules Activated Carbon is made by steam activation of coal and is widely used in purifying drinking water, whereas Powdered Activated Carbon is produced by steam activation of lignite coal under carefully controlled conditions and is used in treating (remove toxic organics along with BOD, COD and TOC) industrial wastewater, process water and highly contaminated municipal wastewater
A Multi Grade Filter consists of vertical or horizontal pressure sand filters that contain multiple layers of coarse and fine sand (pebbles and gravels) in a fixed proportion. It is a kind of a deep filter bed with adequate pore dimensions for retaining both large and small suspended solids and un-dissolved impurities like dust particles. As compared to conventional sand water filter, this multi grade filtration system works on higher specific flow rates.
The working principle of a multi grade filter is quite straight forward. In a multi grade filter, water is passed through multi layers of filter media consisting graded sand, pebbles and gravels layers. The contaminants in the water are captured in the media bed and filtered water passes into the discharge manifold at the bottom of the tanks. The next and last step is backwashing, a process of effectively removal of captured contaminants from the media bed. After back-washing the filter is rinsed with raw water and after the required quality of water is achieved the filter is put back into service.
A sand –Anthracite filter or' dual media filter is primarily used for the removal of turbidity and suspended solids as low as 10-20 microns. Dual media filter provides very efficient particle removal under the conditions of high filtration rate. Inside a sand-Anthracite filter is a layered bed of filter media. The bed is graded from bottom to top as follows: Having the filter media graded this way enables the sand Anthracite filter to run for longer times before a backwash is necessary. A sand Anthracite filter or' multimedia filter consists of 2 main parts: • A composite pressure vessel with multiport valve. • Graded beds of sand and anthracite Internally, the dual media filter is fitted with an inlet distributor and a bottom collecting system. Externally, the system is fitted with frontal pipe work and isolation valves. Sand is used to remove the suspended particles and Anthracite is used to remove the odor and color tec. To make the water fit for different applications. Gravels and Pebbles are provided to support to both the media. Periodically, the sand anthracite filter will backwash, which changes the water flow through the sand-anthracite filter.
In pressure sand filter raw water flows down wards through the filter bed and as the suspended matter- which has usually been treated by addition of a coagulant like alum- is retained on the sand surface and between the sand grains immediately below the surface. There is steady rise in the loss of head as the filtration process continues and the flow reduces once the pressure drop across the filter is excessive. The filter is now taken out of service and cleaning of the filter is effected by flow reversal. To assist in cleaning the bed, the backwash operation is often preceded by air agitation through the under drain system. The process of air scouring agitates the sand with a scrubbing action, which loosens the intercepted particles. The filter is now ready to be put back into service.
A demineralizer is a system, which uses ion exchange chemical process to remove dissolved ionic compounds (salts) from water. It is also known as Deionized Water System, Demineralizer or DM Plant.
A typical Demineralization Plant (DM Plant) consists of two vessels. The feed water or raw water is passed through first vessel i.e. containing strong base cation resin in the form of Hydrogen (H+), whereupon all the positively charged ions (sodium, calcium, iron and copper etc.) are exchanged for Hydrogen ions; after that, the water further passed through another vessel containing strong base anion resin in the form of Hyudroxyl (OH-), whereupon all the negatively charged ions (chloride, sulphate, nitrate, etc) are exchanged for hydroxide ions which then combine with the hydrogen ions to form water
For industries and commercial units, hard water poses a potential threat. The performance of boilers, cooling towers and other associated equipment adversely affected by scaling caused by hard water. Water Softener is considered as concrete solution for this problem, which prevents scale forming. At ACE DYNAMICS, we deal in industrial hard water treatment with manufacturing of water softener plant from 1 m3/h to 50 m3/h or more.
The Size, capacity and design of softener depends upon many factors such as,
Mixed Bed DM Plant is a single vessel unit, which combines Cation and Anion exchangers in a single column. When it comes to require high-purity De-mineralized Water, mixed bed de-mineralizer is considered more efficient in many ways. It is used as polishing unit to purify water to higher levels, which is treated through Two Bed de-mineralizer or Reverse Osmosis Unit at earlier stage. At ACE DYNAMICS, we manufacture mixed bed-demineralizer plant upto 50 m3/h with manual or automatic regeneration facility as required.
With the increasing awareness of pollution control and preservation of ecology, sewage treatment plants & Effluent treatment plants has become immensely important. Civil authorities and Municipal Corporation encourage localized treatment plants to reduce the burden on public service systems. In view of the "Swachha Bharat" mission, it becomes further critical to install efficient sewage or' effluent treatment plants. ACE DYNAMICS is a reputed name in the field of several types of water treatment plants. We offer plants of various capacities to cater the needs of different clients. The plants especially the sewage & effluent treatment plants in India use state-of-the-art technology to remove physical, chemical and biological impurities of water coming from kitchens, washrooms, toilets and industries chemical waste.
Waste water treatment is the process of removing physical, chemical and biological contaminants from the waste water. These plants operate on the principle of degradation of organic matter achieved through bacterial activity. This bacterial activity can be facilitated through biological processes like aerobic treatment (bacterial growth in oxygenated environment) and anaerobic treatment (bacterial growth in the absence of oxygen). In the aerobic process, oxygen is generally supplied in diluted form (in the form of air) to oxygenate water. This facilitates rapid bacterial growth which eats away the organic matter and cleans up water. In the anaerobic process, bacterial digestion is carried out in the absence of oxygen. This process can either be Thermophilic in which sludge is fermented in tanks at a temperature of 55 ˚ C or Mesophilic at a temperature of around 36 ˚ C.
SBR is the abbreviation of Sequential Batch Reactor technology. With the capacity of removing TSS, COD and BOD effectively, it is a preferred sewage treatment method today. It doesn't need a tertiary treatment. SBR sewage treatment plant is energy efficient due to fine bubble aeration. It is easy to operate, and it can handle flexible loads of wastewater.
MBR Sewage Treatment plant uses membrane filtration and activated sludge processes. With the use of submerged membranes integrated to the biological reactor and online backwash system. There is no need of clarifier, settler and polishing units when submersible membrane filtration technique is used.
MBBR Sewage Treatment Plant is considered incredibly effective in removing all types of impurities from the water that comes out from kitchens or toilets. The different types of impurities are; physical, chemical and biological.
MBBR sewage treatment plant uses specially designed tailor-made plastic bio films carriers. The films are suspended in the water, and they are in a continuous movement within the reactor or tank. It requires a limited space for installation. Power consumption needs are significantly less as compared to other systems.
Good quality Package Sewage Treatment Plant can be suggested by our experts based on requirement specs given by individual users, housing colonies, hotels and hospitals, resorts and restaurants, and amusement parks and industries. Tailor-made packages offer excellent usability and efficiency. They serve the purpose of clients up to the maximum extent.
SBR BASED SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT
MBR SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT
MBBR SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT
We Design, Manufacture, Erection and Commissioning Effluent Treatment Plants (ETP) on Turnkey basis for various types and natures of wastewaters, effluents which combines advanced physico-chemical treatment processes with tertiary polishing system for the removal of organic, inorganic, oil and grease, heavy metals & suspended solids. We analyze the effluent samples for different effluent parameters as per nature and compositions, carry out the treatability studies by using different methods checking techno-commercial Feasibility and then designed treatment schemes, processes accordingly to suit the purpose and need. Our ETP systems are very compact, tailor made designs, portable required very less foot-print to accommodate, energy efficient. The up-gradation, modification in the existing ETP system is possible to achieve desired limiting standard laid down by the Pollution Control Board (PCB).
The principle of operation of ETP is Physico-Chemical treatment followed by Polishing Treatments like –Sand Filtration, Activated Charcoal treatment (Adsorption), Ozonisation (Chemical Oxidation), Ultra Filtration (UF), Reverse Osmosis (RO) and evaporation (If required).