Pilot water treatment plants are employed to evaluate the efficacy of a certain treatment. Compact Plants are structures that enable the cleaning of polluted water to enhance discharge conditions. According on the requirements of the customer, these plants' modular design allows for containerization.
Advanced water desalination methods and technologies include reverse-osmosis, membrane distillation, multi-effect evaporation distillation, etc.
What is Pilot water treatment plants?
1- Reverse osmosis (RO)
Reverse osmosis systems use semi-permeable membrane technology to produce water that is free of salts, and other dissolved substances. Water can travel through the membranes while other chemicals are kept on their surface, thanks to their function as a selective permeable barrier.
Desalination of water for use as irrigation or process water is its principal application. Depending on the needs of the customer, these plants are supplied mounted on a pedestal, with the option of being containerized or not.
2- MSF and MED
Desalination methods based on evaporation have currently carved out a position in the industry, and produced excellent drinking water. The main benefit of this method of treatment over others that aim to achieve the same thing is that, the energy usage is never affected by the influent's salinity.
The most cutting-edge technology in multi-effect evaporation (MED) and multistage flash filtration (MSF), which are based on the evaporation of water through multiple stages with various temperature and pressure conditions, is available from Netsol Water Solutions. We offer the option to provide plants with clean, renewable energy in order to reduce the energy consumption of these treatments, adding value to the services we provide.
3- Adsorption based desalination
The Adsorption-based Desalination (AD) is a novel alternative to established thermal processes, like MSF, MED, or MVC as well as to commonly used membrane technologies like RO. It is a thermal method for desalinating brackish or seawater.
The quality of the produced water is also significantly improved when using the adsorption desalination method, in conjunction with a sustainable energy source.
4- Membrane distillation (MD)
The vapour pressure differential produced on both sides of a membrane acts as the driving force, in the desalination process known as membrane distillation. This makes it possible to separate volatile from non-volatile materials, and produce water of excellent quality.
It is a procedure with many benefits, including:
- Non-volatile substances and solids are completely rejected.
- Lowered investment costs because of the filtration materials.
- Reduced operating expenses because the process is using renewable energy sources.
- Due of its potential to be employed in a wide variety of applications, it is versatile.
Organic substances, viruses, colloids, and bacteria are the contaminants that are most easily removed by UF plants. This is because the membranes used in this physical separation process have pores, which are between 0.1 and 0.01 microns in size, which gives the process its name.
High quality water for various applications (reuse, reverse osmosis pretreatment, etc.), stability in permeate, minimal space requirements, and adaptability are all things we can promise. Our plants also have a system for automatically washing membranes. It enables continuous work in the optimal conditions for operation, which the process demands.
6- Demineralization (DM)
The needed water's quality must be pure in numerous applications. To achieve a high quality in the treated water, it is important to carry out a demineralization process that is based on the elimination of inorganic ions, mostly calcium and magnesium present in the influent.
Our plants use ion exchange resins, which absorb and collect the ions present even in the most diluted solutions, to clean water in order to do this. When the effluent quality is not up to par, the automatic cleaning system regenerates the resins using acid and basic dissolutions, to bring them back to the customer's defined standards.
Pilot Water treatment plant manufacturers in India
Netsol Water provides the best water and wastewater treatment in India, thanks to its numerous installations in various sectors. We are aware of the demands and the characteristics of the effluent that each manufacturing sector produces. We therefore create a water treatment system that is unique to each need.
We provide first-rate water treatment and recycling technology that change, to meet our customers' changing needs, and recycle water on a large-scale.