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1. How Do Industrial Water Softeners Work?
June 19, 2024

The machinery, equipment, and plumbing systems of an industrial business are some of the most important assets that need protection against corrosion and limescale build-up. In addition, depending on your industry, the quality of wastewater can produce undesirable outcomes or end products. The use of an industrial water softener comes highly recommended in order to purify calcium, magnesium, and other metallic ions found in hard water. In residential homes, the presence of these minerals is evident by deposits on kettle elements, clogged shower heads, and whitish or off-whitish ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

2. Industrial Wastewater Treatment: The Importance of After Sales Support
June 19, 2024

Many businesses can benefit from the expertise of a professional water treatment company. But what exactly do these industrial wastewater treatment companies deliver once you initially use their services? A reputable company should offer a wide range of wastewater solutions as well as providing as much after-sales support as you need for your individual system. These solutions include installation and maintenance of water softeners, state-of-the-art reverse osmosis systems, UV sterilisation, demineralisation, and many more. But once the sale is made and the system installed,... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

3. Industrial Reverse Osmosis: 5 FAQs Answered
June 19, 2024

It’s an interesting fact that water safe for human consumption can be deemed harmful to manufacturing and commercial equipment if used without prior purification. However, after purification by an industrial reverse osmosis system, liquid waste with high levels of various contaminants can be reused by large-scale businesses. Curious to learn more about reverse osmosis (RO) systems? This article gives simple answers to five commonly asked questions. What is Reverse Osmosis? It is a popular water treatment process, especially in industrial sectors, used to purify wastewa... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

4. Industrial Reverse Osmosis Systems: Why Customise?
June 14, 2024

Manufacturing and commercial businesses produce a great amount of liquid waste, with reverse osmosis (RO) technology a highly effective method of purifying this wastewater. An industrial RO unit uses a process where liquid waste concentrated with high toxins is forced through a semipermeable membrane under high pressure. The membrane then filters the majority of contaminants, including dissolved salts, minerals, heavy metals, and non-metallic contaminants. The system can remove up to 99.9% of contaminants, making it suitable for businesses in pharmaceuticals, mining and extraction,... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

5. An Industrial Water Softener: What it is, How it Works
June 14, 2024

We’ve all come across the terms hard and soft water, but what exactly do they mean? Put simply, hard water has a high content of calcium and magnesium. When rain falls on rocks such as limestone and chalk, these minerals dissolve, producing hardness: clogged shower heads, limescale build-up on kettle elements, and whitish deposits on bathtubs and sinks are all thanks to this. Conversely, soft water has a low content of calcium and magnesium, and is more user-friendly on appliances and machinery. In commercial and industrial settings, the problem of hard water can be serious, so... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

6. Industrial Water Treatment: Must Know Fast Facts
June 14, 2024

Life without clean water is not a problem for most of us in our day-to-day life. We don’t have to imagine the alternative because measures in place mean we don’t have to deal with repercussions of a contaminated water supply. This is all thanks to the implementation of modern industrial water treatment (purification) solutions, which use various equipment and processes to ensure that wastewater from manufacturing and other industries is safe for discharge into the environment or the municipality's drainage system. Wastewater treatment from an industrial standpoint is a crucial p... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

7. 3 Fast Facts About Reverse Osmosis
April 20, 2024

Reverse osmosis (RO) for industrial effluent treatment is a hero in the purification of contaminated water produced from manufacturing processes. However, not many people understand the process behind the effectiveness of these systems in the treatment of industrial effluent. Did you know that this wastewater is eventually discharged through the municipal drainage system? It is hard to believe, considering how rich in toxins it is. Thanks to RO systems, industries can purify contaminated liquid waste right at the source to meet stringent discharge levels as set by environmental ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

8. The Top Wastewater Producing Industries
April 20, 2024

Used water, whether from washing dishes, bathing, or other domestic or commercial processes such as irrigation in agriculture and farming, is known as ‘wastewater’. Due to increasing population, the management, handling, and safe disposal of it have become a global concern for governments and environmental organisations. This concern especially extends to commercial businesses producing liquid waste on a large scale. This often has high levels of harmful contaminants, which require purification using industrial effluent treatment plant and systems. Different industries prod... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

9. Industrial Effluent Treatment: Vacuum Evaporation
April 20, 2024

Have you ever wondered what would happen without the proper handling and treatment of industrial liquid waste? Disaster and catastrophe may ensue! An industrial effluent treatment plant is a system used with remarkable efficacy in purifying wastewater, however, impurities or contaminants differ from business to business. Hence, its efficacy depends on the selection and installation of the appropriate system according to specific needs. One of the many methods available for the treatment of wastewater is vacuum evaporation. This is an energy-efficient method that, when implemente... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

10. The Importance of Treating Industrial Effluent
March 15, 2024

Thanks to the advances in the installation of effective effluent treatment plant, industrial wastewater can now be treated right at the source, before discharging it to the environment or into the municipality’s drainage system. We often take clean water for granted, but it doesn’t always come easily… Industrial and manufacturing processes produce a huge amount of liquid waste, which is enriched with toxic contaminants. These can vary according to industry type – for instance, wastewater from agricultural processes has high contents of nitrogen and phosphorus, while food and bev... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

11. What is Effluent Treatment Plant?
March 15, 2024

Manufacturing and commercial processes produce millions of litres of liquid waste on a regular basis and, due to high levels of toxins and contaminants of different natures, treatment is necessary before reuse or discharge into the environment. In short, this is what we call influent or untreated wastewater, and installing effluent treatment plant is common due to its efficiency. The plant produces treated wastewater with fewer contaminants, called effluent. Reducing Harmful Levels of Toxins The liquid waste often contains extreme levels of harmful substances that are d... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

12. Potential Difficulties of Industrial Wastewater Treatment
March 15, 2024

Environmental regulations require manufacturing companies to employ purification methods for liquid waste before discharging it into the environment or the municipal drainage system. Industrial wastewater treatment is vital to ensure purification, by removing harmful contaminants and toxins that could otherwise be harmful to humans, animals, and the environment. Unfortunately, nothing can be guaranteed to be perfect, including wastewater treatment systems. As crucial and beneficial as they are, they come with lots of challenges that may pose financial losses if not properly plan... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

13. Wastewater Treatment: 4 Effective Methods
February 15, 2024

Industrial processes produce wastewater with levels of physical, chemical, metallic, and metalloid toxins, which are harmful to humans and the environment in general. As a rule of thumb, environmental agencies require industries to employ a wastewater treatment solution to reduce toxins levels before discharging into municipal drainage systems or the environment. Since the toxins vary from one industry to another, purification methods also vary depending on the types and levels of toxins produced. In addition, stringent environmental standards expect companies to adhere to the... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

14. Wastewater Treatment: Demineralisation/Deionisation
February 15, 2024

Industrial and commercial processes produce large quantities of wastewater. This requires prior treatment before discharging into the municipal drainage system or the environment, in accordance with the Environmental Agency in the United Kingdom. Different wastewater treatment solution systems are available to reduce contaminants, toxins, and impurities of different types in order to maintain the safety levels and standards. Examples of toxins found in industrial liquid waste include chemicals, pesticides, oils, heavy metals, pharmaceuticals, and other industrial by-products. Am... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

15. Wastewater Treatment Solutions: Hard Water vs. Softeners
February 15, 2024

A wastewater treatment solution encompasses different processes and methods to reduce excessive levels of contaminants before discharging into the environment or reusing in industrial and commercial processes. One popular technology is water softeners, which reduce high levels of dissolved solids, such as calcium and magnesium ions. The excessive presence of these minerals increases the hardness of water, which can cause problems for plants and piping systems. Ready to learn about how softeners reduce hardness and why it is important to make water softer in an industrial setti... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

16. Effluent Treatment: What Reverse Osmosis Won't Remove
January 15, 2024

Industrial processes produce wastewater rich in contaminants and toxins that require proper waste management before disposal into the environment or the public drainage system. This is why it is important to install effluent treatment plant, to ensure that wastewater meets the required environmental standards, as outlined by the Environmental Agency (EA) in the UK. Various methods are deployed to purify effluent, and one of them is reverse osmosis (RO). This method is very effective, as it has been proven to remove up to 99% of ions, or dissolved solids, bacteria, and particles.... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

17. Choosing the Right Effluent Treatment Plant
January 15, 2024

Commercial and industrial processes produce a great amount of wastewater that requires standardised or approved waste management and disposal. It can be described as waste that contains high concentrations of pollutants such as dissolved solids, chemicals, metals, or organic products. Thus, this wastewater can cause potential harm to the ecosystem if disposed of or discharged through the municipal drainage system without prior treatment. An effluent treatment plant that is specifically selected for the appropriate industry is therefore a requirement to reduce high pollutants to ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

18. Why is Industrial Wastewater Treatment so Important?
January 15, 2024

Industrial processes produce effluent with extreme levels of chemical, biological, metallic, and metalloid pollutants, depending on the industry, of course. Environmental and quality standards maintain a strict level of adherence before it can be released back into the environment or discharged to the municipal drainage system, hence the importance of industrial wastewater treatment. Wastewater produced from industrial processes is a byproduct of different undertakings on a large commercial scale, producing effluent high in various contaminants that are harmful to people, anim... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

19. Simplex and Duplex Water Softeners: What's the Difference?
December 13, 2023

The prolonged use of hard water in industrial processes has consequences that can cause premature damage to expensive plants and equipment, due to limescale build-up. This is rather more prevalent in the UK, where public water is not suitable for industrial processes due to high levels of calcium and magnesium. An industrial water softener provides a good solution for reducing calcium and magnesium ions for industrial use. So why is there such a need to correct this hardness? The geographic formation of most areas in the UK is made up of sedimentary rocks, such as limestone, cha... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

20. Understanding How an Industrial Water Softener Works
December 13, 2023

Industrial processes rely heavily on the use of water, and due to the sensitivity of machinery and equipment, the mineral levels need to meet the required standards. Public water in the UK is safe for human consumption; however, it can negatively impact some domestic and industrial processes because 65% is classified as “hard". In simplified terms, it is deemed hard because it contains high levels of calcium and magnesium (and iron in some cases), which can lead to limescale buildup, in turn damaging expensive plumbing and equipment. The solution can be the installation of an indus... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

21. Deionised Water: What's the Story?
December 13, 2023

Water used in a commercial setting requires strict adherence to industrial standards; hence, different methods are deployed for the purification process. Among these is the use of deionised water systems, which remove mineral ions such as calcium, magnesium, iron, and copper. The presence of these minerals causes limescale build-up, which will reduce the overall lifespan of plants and equipment. Calcium and magnesium access the public water supply when rain percolates the sedimentary rock surface, dissolving these minerals, while copper and iron gain access through the pipes. ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

22. Working in Industrial Wastewater Management
November 16, 2023

Industrial processes generate wastewater containing high levels of pollutants and contaminants, which require purification before being discharged into the municipal drainage system. Treatment is therefore necessary to ensure that wastewater from industrial processes meets the required environmental regulations and standards. There are various stages involved in the purification process that require different systems, and among them is the reverse osmosis water system. Regulations differ for every industry as well as the various operations that generate wastewater; the treatmen... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

23. Reverse Osmosis: A Smart Solution for Industrial Application
November 16, 2023

Industrial operations utilise water for different purposes and, depending on the source (for example well, borehole, or sea), purification may be necessary to reduce chemical contents that can negatively impact plant equipment. In addition to this, wastewater generated from similar processes also requires purification before reuse or discharge to the environment. One kind of effective system is a reverse osmosis (RO) water purifier. For industrial use, this system offers a lot of advantages, such as purifying wastewater to meet strict environmental regulations and for reuse in ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

24. How Industrial Reverse Osmosis Improves Water Quality
November 16, 2023

Many and varied industrial processes require the utilisation of water that meets a range of strict criteria. But just as water fed into the plant system must be of a quality acceptable in that sector, so too must the waste generated needs to adhere to environmental standards and regulations. To achieve this, purification and treatment before and after the process may be necessary. One of the popular methods used in an industrial setting is reverse osmosis (RO). Water quality improves significantly after treatment using this method. Understanding the Process Reverse osm... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

25. Your Simple Explanation to Reverse Osmosis
October 30, 2023

Reverse osmosis (RO) is a versatile water treatment method that plays a significant role in various industries and applications. It is a powerful tool for removing a wide range of pollutants and ensuring quality. In simple words, it involves the removal of impurities and contaminants from liquid. This method is particularly known for its use in drinking water purification, especially in eliminating salt and other unwanted substances from molecules. It operates by applying excess pressure on the solution side, causing the solvent to pass through a membrane against the concentration ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

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