There are numerous types of water purification systems on the market. Purchasing any water treatment system will not cure your problem; contrary, it may exacerbate it if you do not give enough thought, to some critical questions that can assist define the problem.
Before purchasing any water treatment system, it is critical to understand a few essential factors.
4 basic fact for Choosing a Water Treatment System for your business
Netsol Water, with many years of experience in the field of water purification, has saved potential purchasers significant time, effort, and money, when it comes to selecting the correct water treatment system for their businesses. Many companies, institutions, builders, hotels & restaurants, food chains, and others have benefited from our advice, on selecting the best water treatment solution.
Our experience has taught us that there are specific issues that must be addressed, before purchasing a water treatment system or solution.Though there is a huge list of elements to examine, the most of them are directly or indirectly related to these four:
· Source of water
· Water application (use)
· Manufacturer's Expertise and Experience
· After-Sales Support
1) Source of water
First, determine whether the water is surface water (from lakes and rivers) or underground water (wells/bore wells). TDS, turbidity, hardness, and chemical components should all be tested in the water.
A water test as per drinking water regulations is typically performed to test for drinking water, which would provide real parameters as well as permissible ranges.
Turbidity in water is caused by the presence of suspended particulates in the water. The greater the total suspended solids content of the water, the murkier it appears and the higher the turbidity. Knowing the turbidity levels might help you choose the best filtration option. Surface water turbidity levels are often higher than groundwater.
· TDS (Total Dissolved Solids)
Water dissolves minerals in the soil, such as iron, fluorides, arsenic, lead, and copper. TDS levels in groundwater are regulated by standards. TDS levels in groundwater are generally higher than those in surface water.
TDS is a constituent of the presence of calcium and magnesium salts. Water with high TDS/hardness will have an unpleasant taste in addition to other negative effects, such as scaling.
· Chemical contamination
Chemical pollutants in water can be both natural and man-made, such as the presence of biocides, inorganic compounds like phosphates, nitrogen, pesticides, heavy metals, and so on. Water has two types of chemical contaminants: organic and inorganic. Chemical pollutants are often lower in surface water than in groundwater.
· Biological Contamination
Bacteria, viruses, and moulds are examples of biological pollutants. While, all biological pollutants are harmless, diseases are both invisible and harmful.
2) Water application (use)
You can pick between RO and UV, or a mixture of both, depending on the application or usage and the desired water quality. Softeners / Dual Media Filters or Sand Carbon Filters are options for hard water (SCF).
The most crucial consideration here is determining which combination is optimal for your application. Installing a water treatment system without comprehending these fundamentals, would only result in cost increase in the absence of a good solution.
3) Manufacturer's Expertise and Experience
If the solution supplier has done enough installations for similar applications, he will most likely be aware of the difficulties. Hence, the experience of the manufacturer or solution provider is crucial.
Choosing a solution supplier with minimal knowledge and infrastructure can result in future cost increases, delays, and service concerns.
The manufacturer's or solution provider's experience includes not only the number of installations, but also research, case studies, and validation reports, which may not be available from a local water treatment solution provider.
4) After-Sales Support
No matter what a firm says about their products, it is always a good idea to read customer evaluations about their services.
It is critical to determine whether the manufacturer or solution provider, has their own experienced, and well-trained service crew that can handle your issue as soon as possible.
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