Many water filtration systems filter your water, but they cannot remove all contaminants.
Bacteria, mold, and algae, collectively known as microorganisms, are notoriously difficult to remove from water, because they can be so micro that they just slip through the filters. These annoying creatures can be readily removed using microbial/microbiological water filters.
What are Microbiological Filters?
The technique of removing undesired bacteria or microorganisms from water is known as microbial water filtering or purification. A microbe is a broad phrase that includes creatures such as bacteria, mold, and algae.
Why is microbiological water filtering required?
While, some microbes are necessary in a healthy environment, microbial water filters seek to eradicate undesired and potentially hazardous germs, particularly disease and illness-causing bacteria. These hazardous germs make up less than 1% of all bacteria, which can infiltrate our bodies and cause infectious diseases, like the flu and measles.
What is the process of microbial water filtration?
Cryptosporidium cysts that are resistant to most techniques of filtration are removed by microbial water filtration systems. These can cause respiratory and gastrointestinal problems, making it critical to filter them out of your home's water.
Microbiological filters use coagulation, filtration, and sedimentation, as well as slow sand filters, diatomaceous earth filters, and membranes, which are not always used in other water filters. These systems can be placed in under-sink water filter systems, which are easily integrated into existing pipework.
Use of Microbiological filters
It is used in the examination of:
- Drinkable water
- Wine and beer
- Sewage water
- Milk and dairy products
- Soda beverages
Advantages and featuresof Microbiological filters
- Testing time can be decreased by up to 70% because there is no need to sanitize funnels, or filter bases between samples.
- There's no need for flaming. A combined filtering unit reduces the possibility of cross-contamination.
- It is the all-in-one solution. The filtration device transforms readily to a Petri dish, which may be labelled and incubated for culturing.
- Contamination is reduced because single-use materials essentially eliminate cross-contamination, between the funnel and the membrane.
- An all-in-one filtration device lowers the possibility of external error.
- Handling is simple. Pre-sterilized, ready-to-use monitors are straightforward to use.
- 99.9% Bacteria Removal.
- 99.9% Virus Removal.
- Protozoan cysts are 99.9% removed.
- Chlorine, tastes, and smells are reduced.
Netsol Water, with access to advanced water treatments and wastewater treatments, carries a wide selection of water treatment, including microbiological filtrations that serve a variety of purposes, both incorporated into water treatment systems and for stand-alone purchase.
Special water treatment issues can be handled using specific biological treatments, in conjunction with active components to increase the amount of mitigation accomplished, and hence the value created.
How can we assist?
Netsol Water carry a wide selection of water treatment solutions that serve a variety of purposes. Special water treatment issues can be addressed using specialized systems, including microbiological filters, in conjunction with active components to enhance the degree of mitigation accomplished, and hence the value gained.
We provide advanced water treatment system customization based on client needs. All of these solutions include an incorporated Pre-Treatment system, RO process, Post filter, and PLC controller as standard features. Our experts have conservatively developed these items for dependable, long-term performance.