What is silica?
Every water source on the planet contains silica, the second most common element after oxygen. This element, which is frequently described as a hard, glassy solid substance, can be found in many different forms, such as sand, quartz, and granite. The mineral is present in natural groundwater supplies, as reactive silica or colloidal silica.
For efficient silica removal from water and wastewater, engineers at Netsol Water have refined an electrocoagulation procedure. The most efficient solution for eliminating high amounts of silica in groundwater supplies, and in some applications for the reuse of process water and wastewater, has been created by successfully integrating electrocoagulation technology, into the downstream equipment process.
Why is it important to remove silica from water?
While silica removal from water is essential for applications using membrane treatment procedures, to produce drinking water, it is also crucial for industrial activities. Many industries rely on efficient water treatment to remove silica, to avoid higher operation and maintenance costs for their process equipment, owing to silica fouling. This element needs to be removed correctly in order for cooling tower, boiler, and other specialist businesses, to function properly.
By causing membrane degradation, silica scale build-up reduces the productivity of a RO system, and raises the cost of the anti-scalant chemicals used in its treatment. In some circumstances, the feed water source's silica content is too high, rendering anti-scalant chemicals inefficient at removing silica from water.
How to remove Silica from wastewater through EC?
Netsol Water engineers set out to find a solution to this problem by lowering the installation, and operational expenses of membrane systems like reverse osmosis.It can be used as a pre-treatment process that feeds water into the RO system,in order to minimize silica fouling of the RO system.
The company has established itself as a global leader in helping clients with difficulties, concerning high silica levels by combining cutting-edge modular electrocoagulation technology, to the reverse osmosis pre-treatment process.
Advantages of using EC as RO Pretreatment
The modular construction of electrocoagulation systems makes it possible, to retrofit existing membrane treatment facilities, including reverse osmosis systems, without requiring significant adjustments to the existing civil works. The business or municipality can implement the technology cost-effectively, by lowering the need to modify or expand the current treatment area.
Additionally, payback analysis enables current RO treatment operators, to convincingly defend the addition of this specific electrochemical technology.
While silica has been harming process treatment equipment, used by municipal and industrial clients for decades, our company has designed a solution that offers unbeatable value to its clients. Netsol is aware of the necessity for businesses' water and wastewater treatment operations, to maximize cost-saving methods.
Please explore the advantages of incorporating our modular electrocoagulation technology, into your existing membrane treatment process systems. The best way to ensure silica removal from water or wastewater, while safeguarding downstream machinery is through electrocoagulation. Your best ally in this is Netsol Water.
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