Special Applications

The special applications of water processing comprise various practices such as water treatment in silver, iron and manganese removal or pharmacy.

We are experts in the homeopathic measure, managing natural resources in the best possible ways available today.
 

Water Softeners

Depending on the region, water can be more or less charged with calcium or magnesium. A high concentration of calcium in the water causes the formation of scale and dries sensitive skins. We soften your water in a simple and efficient way by using a solution saturated with salt. By bringing your water to a level 0 of TH (water mineralization indicator) we reduce what is commonly referred to as hardness of water.
 

Drinking Water

Quality water is essential to human and economic development. Consumption of hazard-free water is a vital need for us all. We are committed to deliver drinkable water, clean from parasites, algae and chemical pollution.

Osmosis

Osmosis is the passage of molecules through a semipermeable membrane separating solutions of different concentrations. We reduce mineral salts in industrial wastewater using a very thin filter system. Osmosis is a principle that can be applied to laboratory wastewaters (glass factories, glass processing), washing machines (dishwashers) or air-conditioning devices.

Homogenisation

Industrial wastewaters can be highly contaminated with hydrocarbons, solvents, detergents and other pathological products. We proceed with homogenisation to purify water, isolating all bacteria and destroying contaminating germs.

Wastewater Processing

Our primary concern is to eliminate all suspended materials at source. We then biologically process these waters before reducing the bacteria and pathogenic agents they contain.

Neutralisation

A great number of industrial discharges contain alkaline or acid materials that require a neutralisation process before they can be evacuated into the sewer waters. In order to purify domestic wastewaters, we use various proceedings such as buffering, mixing alkaline and acid water discharges or filtrating with neutralising materials.

 

Sewage Treatment Plants

Wastewaters contain various pathogenic elements originating from our wash waters and industrial activities. Purifying wastewater is comprised of three stages.

  1. Eliminating 60% of suspended matter (branches, plastics, sand and oils).
  2. Purge of the remaining silts, sometimes treated by nitrification.
  3. Optional treatment to eliminate all remaining pathogenic germs by ozonation.

 

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