Reverse Osmosis

Most effective treatment to remove up to 99.5% of dissolved salts from water and produce drinking water or industrial make-up water . 

Wastewater Treatment

Biological wastewater treatment is the most widely used method for removal of biodegradable materials from wastewater

Water Clarification

Separation of suspended particles from water based on the density and size 

Ultrafiltration

Membrane filtration technology to remove suspended particles, bacteria and virus from water with consistent results independent of the feed quality

Media Filtration

Conventional and cost effective method to remove suspended particles that cause turbidity, certain pre-oxidised metals (Fe, Mn, As) and remineralise water after RO

Cartridge Filtration

Cartridge filters are an excellent choice for low-medium flow rates in environments where turbidity and taste/odours are the main concern

Disinfection

Essential step in the production of safe drinking water. Bacteria and virus must be removed. Physical disinfection (UV), opposite to chemical (chlorine) does not provide a residual effect.

Water Softening

Removing Calcium (Ca2+) and Magnesium (Mg2+) ions from water limits its scaling potential

Dechlorination

Dechlorination is required in many places to remove residual chlorine from water. It is a very fast reaction that can be accomplished by reaction with activated carbon or Sodium Metabisulphite