Installations for households
The M-160 water treatment system is designed for water purification of wells from suspensions, colloids, disinfection from bacteria and viruses, removal of the compounds of manganese, copper, phosphorus, organic matters, including oil products, and dissolved salts, including compounds of univalent, bivalent and polyvalent metals.
The MF-140-2 water treatment system is designed for water purification of open reservoirs and wells from suspensions, colloids, disinfection from bacteria and viruses, removal of the compounds of iron, manganese, copper, sulfur, phosphorus, organic matters and dissolved salts, including hardness salts.
The water treatment plant is designed for deep desalination of source water as per SanPiN 18.104.22.1684-01 regulations.
The installation is used to clear water from suspended solids, colloids, compounds of iron, manganese, copper, sulfur, phosphorus, hydrogen sulfide, organic substances, to remove dissolved salts, including hardness salts, to disinfect the water from bacteria and viruses.
The MO-140-20AM water treatment system is designed to purify water sourced from wells and to remove suspensions, colloids, to decontaminate bacteria and viruses, to remove iron, manganese, copper, sulfur, phosphorus, organic substances and dissolved salts, including hardness salts.
The water treatment plant is designed for desalination of sea water.
The nominal capacity of the system is 5 m3/day, which is enough for provide 1,000 people with water for drinking and cooking purposes.
Water purification technology in installations for households
The source water is supplied under pressure from the water pipe or by an external pump to the reactor. An oxidizer (sodium hypochlorite solution) and a coagulant (aluminum oxychloride solution) are injected into the source water with a dosing pump.
Oxidizable impurities contained in water (in particular iron, manganese, hydrogen sulfide, organic compounds) react with sodium hypochlorite, while iron and manganese form insoluble colloidal suspensions. Aluminum oxychloride contributes to the coagulation of colloids, the flakes formed during this are captured in the backfill of the reactor. The caught suspended solids are washed out of the reactor back filling by the reverse flow of water during periodic flushing.
The uncollected suspended solids in the reactor are captured in the cartridge filter, where they enter with the flow of the purified water.
Next, water enters the entrance of the high-pressure pump, where an antiscalant is added to provent hardness scaling on the membrane.
The pressurized pump supplies water to the housing of the reverse osmosis membrane, where it is separated by the membrane into purified water - partially desalinated permeate (~50%) and salt-enriched concentrate (~50%).
The concentrate is discharged into the sewer. A preservative (sodium hypochlorite solution) is introduced into the permeate, then the purified water enters the storage tank.
Oxidation of impurities with sodium hypochlorite followed by coagulation of suspended solids has proven itself very well and is widely used in large urban water treatment plants but is rarely used in small water treatment plants due to the high cost of dosing equipment.
We are uniquely positioned to apply these solutions to low-performance equipment, as we have developed simple and inexpensive technologies for precise dosing of reagents.
The combination of oxidative water treatment and reverse osmosis makes our plants universal, i.e. capable of producing water of drinking quality from almost any groundwater characteristic of the Russian Federation.