Waste Water Treatment Plants

MBBR Media

Approx Price: Rs 13,000 / Cubic Meter(s) 
Minimum Order Quantity: 1.0 Cubic Meter(s)
MBBR MEDIA:

We are offeringMBBR Media to our clients by our professional and expert technicians. They are made of the polymeric materials with the promoted additions of bio-enzyme. It improves the enzymatic catalysis. It is an advanced kind of suspension carriers. They are very easy to clean and require low maintenance. We serve them in lots of models and designs. It has a thermo form biofilm reactor and has strong ability to contaminant.
TECHNICAL DATA SHEET:

TECHNICAL DATA SHEET:

Raw Material Used

Poly Propylene

Color Available

Black

Effective Specific Surface Area of edia

400 M2/M3

Color

Black

Media Height

16 MM

Media Diameter

25 MM

Number of media per cubic meter

62500

Type Of Media

Fluidized Bio Media

MOC of Media

Virgin PP UV Stabilized

Structure

Cylindrical with External Fins

PSA / TSA Ratio (%)

75

Specific Weight (kg/m2) Surface Area

0.37

Specific Gravity

0.90 - 0.95 gms/cm3

Max Continuous Operating Temperature

80 °C

Voltage

>98%

Density(gm/cc)

0.93

Media Fill Rate Range, % Fill of V

25 - 55

Life expectancy in years

10

Packaging In

Poly Bags



Features:
  • Rugged construction
  • Light weight
  • High strength
  • Easy to install

Additional Information:
  • Item Code: SWE-MBBR_MEDIA
  • Pay Mode Terms: L/C (Letter of Credit),D/A,D/P,T/T (Bank Transfer),Other
  • Packaging Details: Standard

Industrial Wastewater Treatment Systems

Approx Price: Rs 8 Lakh / Unit(s) 
Since our inception, we are engaged in presenting a wide range of excellent quality Industrial Wastewater Treatment Systems. These systems are manufactured under the supervision of deft professionals who use quality steel and approved filters for creating the systems. Also, the offered systems are approved from FDA. At our unit, we manufacture the systems as per the industrial standards and guidelines provided by the authoritative agencies. Clients can get the systems from us within the stipulated period.    

Features:

  • Automatic Control
  • No sludge backflow
  • Simple operation

Sewage And Industrial Wastewater Treatment Systems

Approx Price: Rs 10 Lakh / Unit(s) 
With the assistance of our deft team of professionals, we are able to introduce a broad array of Sewage and Industrial Wastewater Treatment Systems. Our professionals follow the entire industry standards during the installation so that clients avail pure water for drinking and industrial use. This wastewater treatment system is based on membrane technology that eliminates approximately 100% salt from the water. Such process aids in making the water appropriate for drinking and industrial use. The voltage condition of the system varies as per the requirements. Also, clients can get the system installed at industry leading prices from us.     

Features:

  • Less maintenance
  • Compact structure and saves installation place
  • Highly efficient and low energy consumption

Specifications:

SWW-25Q

SWW-50Q

SWW-75Q

SWW-100Q

SWW-200Q

SWW-300Q

SWW-400Q

SWW-500Q


Waste Water Treatment System

Approx Price: Rs 5 Lakh / Unit(s) 
Minimum Order Quantity: 1 Unit(s)
Leveraging on our in-house production unit, we are presenting a wide assortment of Waste Water Treatment System. This system can treat 2000 ltr approximate water efficiently. The offered system is equipped with SS304 pre treatment filters. Also, it is built on the platform and adhering to PLC. The system is manufactured by using innovative technology and modern sciences. Also, it is equipped with auto-check conductance display guarantee watching water quality. Besides, the provided system can be installed at industry leading rates by us.  
 
Features:

  • Safe and reliable electrical system
  • Intelligent circuit design equipment
  • Auto stops and run when high or low level water

Other Details:


  • Aeration by air diffuser to increase the dissolved oxygen and decrease the BOD in the effluent
  • Sedimentation of bio mass in tube settler
  • Filtration of sewage through Pressure Sand Filters and Activated Carbon Filters
  • Chlorination of sewage for disinfection

Advantages:


  • Skid mounted and ready to use plant
  • Compact and efficient plant.
  • Pre-engineered, pre-fabricated
  • Low cost in terms of civil and onsite costs.
  • Unit can be easily transported to site
  • Quick installation
  • Simple operation
  • Minimal manpower
  • Effective biological system
  • User friendly - low and easy maintenance
  • Custom design / application specific systems
  • Long service life

Applications:


  • Municipal Waste water Treatment (Residential facility, Hotels, Hostels, and Resorts)
  • Remote mining, logging, and construction sites
  • Low Flow / High Strength and High Flow / Low Strength application
  • Biological treatment for industrial waste water flows like Refineries, Food Processing Plants etc.
  • Manufacturing facilities, power plants, military bases
  • Schools and other educational campuses


Additional Information:
  • Item Code: SWE-WWTP
  • Port of Dispatch: Mumbai-India
  • Production Capacity: 5 per Month
  • Delivery Time: 4 to 8 Weeks
  • Packaging Details: Standard Packing, Wooden Box, Corrugated Packing

Waste Water Treatment Plant

Approx Price: Rs 15 Lakh / Unit(s) 
Minimum Order Quantity: 1 Unit(s)
We are successfully ranked amongst the topnotch entity offering a wide range of Waste Water Treatment Plant. We design and install a variety of treatment plant in several domains. The offered plant is manufactured using quality steel materials, approved components, and advanced technology. The plant is installed and setup adhering to entire industry guidelines. Apart from it, clients can get the plant installed by us at industry leading price.        

Features:

  • Accurate and well designed structure
  • Low maintenance and optimum performance
  • Cleanliness and hygiene
Other Details:

Wastewater treatment

"Primary treatment" removes about 60 percent of suspended solids from wastewater. This treatment also involves aerating (stirring up) the wastewater, to put oxygen back in. Secondary treatment removes more than 90 percent of suspended solids.


 Screening:

  • Wastewater entering the treatment plant includes items like wood, rocks, and even dead animals. Unless they are removed, they could cause problems later in the treatment process. Most of th
  • ese materials are sent to a landfill.

 Pumping:

  • The wastewater system relies on the force of gravity to move sewage from your home to the treatment plant. So wastewater-treatment plants are located on low ground, often near a river into which treated water can be released. If the plant is built above the ground level, the wastewater has to be pumped up to the aeration tanks. From here on, gravity takes over to move the wastewater through the treatment process.

Aerating:

  • One of the first steps that a water treatment facility can do is to just shake up the sewage and expose it to air. This causes some of the dissolved gases (such as hydrogen sulfide, which smells like rotten eggs) that taste and smell bad to be released from the water. Wastewater enters a series of long, parallel concrete tanks. Each tank is divided into two sections. In the first section, air is pumped through the water.
  • As organic matter decays, it uses up oxygen. Aeration replenishes the oxygen. Bubbling oxygen through the water also keeps the organic material suspended while it forces 'grit' to settle out. Grit is pumped out of the tanks and taken to landfills.

 Removing sludge:

  • Wastewater then enters the second section or sedimentation tanks. Here, the sludge (the organic portion of the sewage) settles out of the wastewater and is pumped out of the tanks. Some of the water is removed in a step called thickening and then the sludge is processed in large tanks called digesters.

 Removing scum:

  • As sludge is settling to the bottom of the sedimentation tanks, lighter materials are floating to the surface. This 'scum' includes grease, oils, plastics, and soap. Slow-moving rakes skim the scum off the surface of the wastewater. Scum is thickened and pumped to the digesters along with the sludge.
  • After the solids are removed, the liquid sewage is filtered through a substance, usually sand, by the action of gravity. This method gets rid of almost all bacteria, reduces turbidity and color, removes odors, reduces the amount of iron, and removes most other solid particles that remained in the water. Water is sometimes filtered through carbon particles, which removes organic particles. This method is used in some homes, too.

 


Additional Information:
  • Item Code: SWE-WTP
  • Port of Dispatch: Mumbai, India
  • Production Capacity: 5 per Month
  • Delivery Time: 4-6 Weeks
  • Packaging Details: Standard Packing

Sewage Wastewater Treatment Systems

Approx Price: Rs 20 Lakh / Unit(s) 
Sewage and industrial wastewater treatment systems

Chemicals Water Treatments

  • The most common chemical water treatments used by hikers and backpackers for drinking water purification are some form of chlorine, iodine, or oxidizing agents. All of these chemical water purification options require time for the chemicals to do their job.
  • Algaecides
  • Antifoams
  • Biocides
  • Boiler water chemicals
  • Coagulants
  • Corrosion inhibitors
  • Disinfectants
  • Flocculants
  • Neutralizing agents
  • Oxidants
  • Oxygen scavengers
  • pH conditioners
  • Resin cleaners
  • Scale inhibitors

Additional Information:
  • Item Code: SWE-CWT
  • Pay Mode Terms: L/C (Letter of Credit),D/A,T/T (Bank Transfer),Other

Tube Settler Media

Approx Price: Rs 13,500 / Cubic Meter(s) 
Minimum Order Quantity: 1.0 Cubic Meter(s)

TUBE SETTLER MEDIA:

Clarification/Sedimentation is the most important stage in the field of waster water treatment. The most efficient sedimentation systems have high settling surface area whilst maintaining a small structure. SWE clarifier media provides a large settling surface area within the specified volume thus giving high flow rates. They have a chevron shaped self-supporting structure in a tubular form with six sides. They are primarily used in applications like water treatment, primary & secondary clarifiers in wastewater treatment.

SWE Clarifier Media have no moving parts as a result of which there is no energy loss. The distribution and entry velocity are minimum resulting in maximum efficiency and better effluent quality. The efficient design minimizes space requirements and is sturdy and easy to transport and install. SWE Clarifier Media increase the capacity of clarifier due to increase in area.

TECHNICAL DATA SHEET:

Raw Material Used Material of Construction

PVC

Shape of Tube

Chevron - Unequal Hexagonal (or as required)

Surface Area

12 m2/m3

Plan Settling Area

12 m2/m3 (at 60 slope)

14 m2/m3 (at 55 slope)

Surface Loading Rate

4-5 m3/m2/h

Thickness

1 mm(± 0.1mm)

Distance Between Horizontal

120mm

Adjacent Tubes

Vertical – 44mm

Pitch

66 x 52 mm (at 60 slope)

No of tubes per square meter

Approx 285 (at 60 slope)

Weight per cubic meter

Approximately 60kgs

Maximum Continuous Working Temperature

55 °C

Fitting of Tube

Easy to fit with a tongue and groove arrangement

Storage

Media must be stored in a covered place with adequate ventilation


Advantage:

  • SWE clarifier media provides a large settling surface area within the specified volume thus giving high flow rates.
  • Near laminar flow.
  • No moving parts-No energy cost.
  • Avoid transfer of liquid between tubes.
  • Distribution and entry velocity are minimum resulting in efficiency and better effluent quality.
  • Efficient design minimum space requirements.
  • Sturdy and easy to transport and install.
  • Increase the capacity of clarifier due to increase in area. Enhances the agglomeration of particles by settling.

 


Additional Information:
  • Item Code: SWE-TUBE_SETTLER
  • Pay Mode Terms: L/C (Letter of Credit),D/A,D/P,T/T (Bank Transfer),Other
  • Delivery Time: Within One Week
  • Packaging Details: STANDARD

Demineralisation Plant

  • Demineralization is the process of removing mineral salts from water by using the ion exchange process.
  • Raw water is passed via two small polystyrene bead filled (ion exchange resins) beds. While the cations get exchanged with hydrogen ions in first bed, the anions are exchanged with hydroxyl ions, in the second one.
  • In the context of water purification, ion-exchange is a rapid and reversible process in which impurity ions present in the water are replaced by ions released by an ion-exchange resin.
  • The impurity ions are taken up by the resin, which must be periodically regenerated to restore it to the original ionic form. (An ion is an atom or group of atoms with an electric charge.
  • There are two basic types of resin - cation-exchange and anion-exchange resins. Cation exchange resins will release Hydrogen (H+) ions or other positively charged ions in exchange for impurity cations present in the water.
  • Anion exchange resins will release hydroxyl (OH-) ions or other negatively charged ions in exchange for impurity anions present in the water.
  • For many laboratory and industrial applications, high-purity water which is essentially free from ionic contaminants is required. Water of this quality can be produced by deionization.The two most common types of deionization are.

  • Two-bed deionization
  • Mixed-bed deionization

 


Additional Information:
  • Item Code: SWE-DMPLANT
  • Pay Mode Terms: L/C (Letter of Credit),D/A,D/P,T/T (Bank Transfer),Other

Chemicals-Effluent Treatment Plant

  • A chemical plant is an industiral process plant that manufactures chemicals, usually on a large scale.The general objective of a chemical plant is to create new material wealth via the chemical or biological transformation and or separation of materials.
  • Chemical plants use specialized equipment, units, and technology in the manufacturing process. Other kinds of plants, such as polymer, pharmaceutical, food, and some beverage production facilities,powerplants,oil refineries or other refineries,natural gas processing and biochemical plants, water and waterwaste treatment, and pollution control equipment use many technologies that have similarities to chemical plant technology such as fluid systems and chemical reactor systems. Some would consider anoil refinery or a pharmaceutical or polymer manufacturer to be effectively a chemical plant.
  • Chemicals Effluent, in engineering, is the stream exiting a chemical reactor. Effluent is defined by the United States Environmental Protection Agency as "wastewater - treated or untreated - that flows out of a treatment plant, sewer, or industrial outfall. Generally refers to wastes discharged into surface waters".
  • Specific unit operations are conducted in specific kinds of units. Although some units may operate at ambient temperature or pressure, many units operate at higher or lower temperatures or pressures.
  • Vessels in chemical plants are often cylindrical with rounded ends, a shape which can be suited to hold either high pressure or vacuum.
  • Chemical reaction can convert certain kinds of compounds into other compounds in chemical ractors.

Additional Information:
  • Item Code: SWE-CTP
  • Pay Mode Terms: L/C (Letter of Credit),D/A,D/P,T/T (Bank Transfer),Other

Swimming Pool Filtration Plant

  • Swimming pool Filtration Plant is the process of ensuring healthy conditions in swimming pools, hot tubs, plunge pools, and similar recreational water venues. Proper sanitation is needed to maintain the visual clarity of water and to prevent the transmission of infectious waterborne diseases.
  • Methods
    • Sanitation methods include a water filter to remove pollutants, disinfection to kill infectious microorganisms, swimmer hygiene to minimize the introduction of contaminants into pool water, and regular testing of pool water, including chlorine and pH levels.
    Guidelines
    • The World Health Organization has published international guidelines for the safety of swimming pools and similar recreational-water environments, including standards for minimizing microbial and chemical hazards. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention also provides information on pool sanitation and water related illnesses for health professionals and the public. The main organizations providing certifications for pool and spa operators and technicians are the National Swimming Pool Foundation and Association of Pool & Spa Professionals. The certifications are accepted by many state and local health departments.
    Contaminants and disease
    • Swimming pool contaminants are introduced from environmental sources and swimmers. Affecting primarily outdoor swimming pools, environmental contaminants include windblown dirt and debris, incoming water from unsanitary sources, rain containing microscopic algae spores and droppings from birds possibly harbouring disease-causing viruses.Indoor pools are less susceptible to environmental contaminants.
  • Contaminants introduced by swimmers can dramatically influence the operation of indoor and outdoor swimming pools. Sources include micro-organisms from infected swimmers and body oils including sweat, cosmetics, suntan lotion, urine, saliva and fecal matter. In addition, the interaction between disinfectants and pool water contaminants can produce a mixture of chloramines and other disinfection by-products.
  • Pathogenic contaminants are of greatest concern in swimming pools as they have been associated with numerous recreational water illnesses (RWIs). Public health pathogens can be present in swimming pools as viruses, bacteria, protozoa and fungi. Diarrhea is the most commonly reported illness associated with pathogenic contaminants, while other diseases associated with untreated pools are Cryptosporidiosis and Giardiasis.[6][7] Other illnesses commonly occurring in poorly maintained swimming pools include otitis externa, commonly called swimmers ear, skin rashes and respiratory infections.
  • The journal Environmental Science & Technology reported that sweat and urine react with chlorine and produce trichloramine and cyanogen chloride, two chemicals dangerous to human health.

Additional Information:
  • Item Code: SWE-SPFP

Swimming Pool Components - Water Treatment Plants

  • All swimming pools work in the same manner - no matter the shape, size or whether it's a backyard pool or a commercial pool. They all use a combination of filtration and chemical treatment to constantly clean a large volume of water.
  • To maintain clear water, a swimming pool needs the following components:
  • A basin
  • A motorized pump
  • A water filter
  • A chemical feeder
  • Drains
  • Returns
  • PVC plastic plumbing connecting all of these elements
  • Water pumps in a continual cycle, from the pool through the filtering and chemical treatment systems and back to the pool again. The pumping system keeps the water in the pool free of dirt, debris and bacteria. Heaters are sometimes used to keep the water at a certain temperature.
  • Pool filters are essential to reliable operation. The truth is that no matter how hard we try, it is inevitable that dust, dirt and debris will make their way into the water of any swimming pool. Leave such unwanted pollution untreated and it’s likely to accumulate rather quickly, creating cloudy water and ideal conditions for an algae population. Which variety you opt for can be as much a matter of personal preference as it is necessary.

Aeration System

Aeration of liquids (usually water) is achieved by:

  • passing the liquid through air by means of fountains, cascades, paddle-wheels or cones.
  • passing air through the liquid by means of the Venturi tube, aeration turbines or compressed air which can be combined with diffuser(s) air stone(s), as well as fine bubble diffusers, coarse bubble diffusers or linear aeration tubing. Ceramics are suitable for this purpose, often involving dispersion of fine air or gas bubbles through the porous ceramic into a liquid. The smaller the bubbles, the more gas is exposed to the liquid increasing the gas transfer efficiency. Diffusers or spargers can also be designed into the system to cause turbulence or mixing if desired.
  • Porous ceramic diffusers are made by fusing aluminum oxide grains using porcelain bonds to form a strong, uniformly porous and homogeneous structure. The naturally hydrophilic material is easily wetted resulting in the production of fine, uniform bubbles.
  • Uses of aeration of liquids Aerated tap water
  • To smooth (laminate) the flow of tap water at the faucet.
  • Production of aerated water or cola for drinking purposes.
  • Secondary treatment of sewage or industrial wastewater through use of aerating mixers/diffusers.[2][3]
  • To increase the oxygen content of water used to house animals, such as aquarium fish [4] or fish farm
  • To increase oxygen content of wort (unfermented beer) or must (unfermented wine) to allow yeast to propagate and begin fermentation.
  • To dispel other dissolved gases such as carbon dioxide or chlorine.[5]
  • In chemistry, to oxidise a compound dissolved or suspended in water.
  • To induce mixing of a body of otherwise still water.
  • Pond aeration.
  • On a given volume of air or liquid, the surface area changes proportionally with drop or bubble size, the very surface area where exchange can occur. Utilizing extremely small bubbles or drops increases the rate of gas transfer (aeration) due to the higher contact surface area. The pores which these bubbles pass through are generally micrometre-size.

Post ETP RO Plant

  • The offer compactly designed Reverse Osmosis Plant to the clients widespread across the country. The different types of Reverse Osmosis Plant that we fabricate are Industrial Reverse Osmosis Plant, Commercial Reverse Osmosis Plant and Institutional Reverse Osmosis Plant. In the making of Reverse Osmosis Plant, we utilize the latest techniques. Additionally, we strictly adhere to the industry set norms while manufacturing Reverse Osmosis Plant. Clients can avail Reverse Osmosis Plants from us at highly competitive prices.

  • Capacities
  • 250 LPH
  • 500 LPH
  • 1000 LPH
  • 2000 LPH
  • 5000 LPH
  • 10,000 LPH
  • 20,000 LPH

  • Why Our Reverse Osmosis Water Plant?
  • Easy to install
  • Requires very less maintenance
  • Highly efficient
  • Cost-effective

  • Process of Our RO Plants
  • Raw Water Pump : To generate the pressure for down the line system.
  • Pressure Sand Filter (PSF) : The water is first filtered by Pressure sand filter Unit for removal of SS and turbidity.
  • Activated Carbon Filter (ACF) : To remove Colour , Odour, Chlorine, from the raw water.
  • Micron Cartridge Filter(MCF) : These are Pressure Vessels Fitted internally with spun cartridge element which removes 5-10 micron sized particles.
  • Antiscalant Dosing System : To prevent membrane from scaling (hardness).
  • High Pressure Pump : A high pressure pump is provided for supplying the feed water to RO System at high pressure of 10 - 12 kg/cm2.
  • Desalination System By Ro Membrane Element : A Reverse Osmosis System rejects 90-95% of Total Dissolved Solids (TDS).
  • Storage of Treated (pure) Water : To store Treated water in tank.

Bottling Plant

  • A bottling company is a commercial enterprise whose output is the bottling of beverages for distribution.
  • Many bottling companies are franchisees of corporations such as Coca-Cola and PepsiCo who distribute the beverage in a specific geographic region. Some bottling companies may also bottle other local beverages such as regional beers or wines.
  • A bottler is a company which mixes drink ingredients and fills up cans and bottles with the drink. The bottler then distributes the final product to the wholesale sellers in a geographic area. Large companies like The Coca-Cola Company sell their product to bottlers like the Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Consolidated, who then bottle and distribute it.
  • Packaging of bottled beer typically involves drawing the product from a holding tank and filling it into bottles in a filling machine (filler), which are then capped, labeled and packed into cases or cartons. Many smaller breweries send their bulk beer to large facilities for contract bottling—though some will bottle by hand. Virtually all beer bottles are glass.

    The first step in bottling beer is depalletising, where the empty bottles are removed from the original pallet packaging delivered from the manufacturer, so that individual bottles may be handled. The bottles may then be rinsed with filtered water or air, and may have carbon dioxide injected into them in attempt to reduce the level of oxygen within the bottle. The bottle then enters a "filler" which fills the bottle with beer and may also inject a small amount of inert gas (usually carbon dioxide or nitrogen) on top of the beer to disperse the oxygen, as oxygen can ruin the quality of the product via oxidation. Finally, the bottles go through a "capper", which applies a bottle cap, sealing the bottle. A few beers are bottled with a cork and cage.

    Next the bottle enters a labelling machine ("labeller") where a label is applied. To ensure traceability of the product, a lot number, generally the date and time of bottling, may also be printed on the bottle. The product is then packed into boxes and warehoused, ready for sale.

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