What is Process Flow of Water Treatment in Medical industry?
Antibiotic production wastewater, synthetic drug production wastewater, washing wastewater from the production process of diverse preparations are the primary kinds of pharmaceutical industry wastewater.
Physical treatment of waste water using physicochemical treatment, which can be utilized not only as a pretreatment for biological treatment, but also as a separate treatment or post-treatment process for pharmaceutical wastewater in some cases is used.
Purified Water Preparation Systems
Reverse osmosis technique: The reverse osmosis method of creating clean water is a novel technology for purifying water.
Mechanism: The technique of pushing the solvent components in a solution to flow through a suitable semi-permeable membrane by means of a given thrust (such as pressure difference, temperature differential, etc.) to block a certain solute component is known as reverse osmosis.
Flow chart for pharmaceutical pure water preparation process
Raw water pressure pump
Activated carbon filter
First stage reverse osmosis
Intermediate water tank
Second stage reverse osmosis (the surface of reverse osmosis membrane is positively charged)
Purified water tank
Pure water pump
Reverse osmosis purified water
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Raw water→ raw water pressurized pump →multi-media filter →activated carbon filter→ water softener →precision filter →primary reverse osmosis equipment →intermediate water tank →intermediate water pump →ion exchanger →purified water tank →pure water pump →ultraviolet sterilizer →Microporous filter →point of use
Pharmaceutical water preparation equipment’s must meet the following criteria
1: The construction should be basic, dependable, and disassembled quickly.
2: To make disassembly, replacement, and cleaning of parts as simple as feasible, the actuator should be designed with as many standardized, generic, and systematic parts as possible.
3: The equipment's inner and exterior walls should be smooth and flat, with no dead angles, and should be simple to clean and sterilize. Chrome plating should be applied to the parts' surfaces to prevent rusting and corrosion. To avoid peeling, don't use paint on the outside of the equipment.
4: Low carbon stainless steel or other materials that have been validated as not damaging the water quality should be used to prepare purified water.
Storage of treated purified water
1: Purified water should not be stored for more than 24 hours, and the storage tank should be built of stainless steel or other materials that are non-toxic, corrosion-resistant, and do not leak contaminating ions.
2: A hydrophobic sterilizing filter that does not shed fibers should be placed to protect the vent.
3: The inside wall of the storage tank should be smooth, and the seams and welds should be free of dead ends and trachoma.
4: Sensors should be utilized that show data such as liquid level, temperature, and pressure without causing stagnant water pollution.
5: The storage tank should be cleaned, disinfected, and sterilized on a regular basis, with the effectiveness of the cleaning and sterilization checked.
6: A circulating pipeline should be used to deliver purified water. Blind pipes and dead ends should be avoided, and the piping design should be straightforward.
7: Stainless steel or other proven non-toxic, corrosion-resistant, and non-exuding contaminant ions should be used in the pipework.
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