How is Netsol electrocoagulation process different from others?
Due to the advantages of advanced treatment technology over conventional chemical treatment, many organizations are migrating towards sustainable, non-chemical therapies such as electrochemistry treatment technology as technology evolves. In place of traditional chemical coagulation systems, an electrocoagulation system is employed. This novel treatment approach often achieves greater results than standard chemical coagulation systems without the additional expenditures and negative effects.
These advantages are widespread among water treatment firms that employ electrochemistry technology, but we at Netsol Water Solutions aim to provide our clients even more when they choose to use our sophisticated system that use electrochemistry technology.
Electrocoagulation system is effective against a variety of contaminants
The electrocoagulation system has a wide range of uses, including the treatment of drinking water, industrial process water, and wastewater, as well as the treatment of water for reuse.
They treat a variety of pollutants, including:
- TSS (Total Suspended Solids)
- Organics such as arsenic, as well as volatile and colloidal organic particulates such as silica.
- Oils and Hydrocarbons emulsified
- Heavy metals such as chromium-6, fluoride, and lead, among others
- Emulsified Fats
- Bacteria, viruses, cysts, and parasites are all examples of microorganisms
- Compounds that cause odours, such as hydrogen sulphide
- Calcium and magnesium are hardness minerals
- BOD/COD (chemical/biological oxygen demand)
These pollutants might be found in a wide range of industries, including agriculture, pulp and paper, oil and gas, and general industry. As a result, our electrochemistry-based technology may be easily integrated into a variety of industries.
Modularity characterizes our systems
We realize that when installing a water treatment system, space might be a concern. We also understand that customers may already have a treatment system procedure in place that they would like to improve or alter. Our Electrocoagulation systems are modular to allow this. They do not require a huge space to be installed, and they may also be incorporated into current treatment processes to improve efficiency.
Process automation can help you be more efficient
The system may be more efficient with the help of automation. Automated systems are more dependable and accurate than manual ones, and they need less manpower. Overall, an automated system will save operational expenses and enable remote monitoring.
We work towards water and substance Reuse
While treating wastewater is an important step in the right direction, we think that long-term sustainability is the ultimate aim. Instead of just releasing cleansed wastewater into a stream, a more sustainable method would allow for its reuse. Water reuse would reduce the expenses associated with raw water purchases. Second, some elements, such as fats and oils, have the potential to be recycled for energy or sludge to be used as farm fertilizer.
Treatment process has been improved
We have developed pH doses, power supply, and electrode materials for various applications to guarantee that your treatment process is reliable, efficient, and optimum. We investigate and scale test any critical factors, such as reaction times, in order to optimize the system and maximize treatment results.
Our systems are designed and built to order
We custom design and build each EC unit to match the demands of our clients' applications since we do not think that one size fits all when it comes to water treatment. These systems are constructed to fit inside the client's specified working area and to handle the specific impurities in their wastewater stream.
Netsol Water believes in the dependability of our electrocoagulation treatment equipment as part of your water treatment process. As a result, we try our best to create units that meet our clients' requirements and operate to their full capacity in each application. We work closely with our clients' operators throughout training and commissioning to ensure the electrocoagulation system is installed and operated appropriately. A remote monitoring support agreement and field service assistance through our global network of local partners are also possible.
Our purpose is to assist our clients in achieving their water treatment objectives, and our specialist electrochemistry technology is one of the greatest instruments for doing so.