Untreated process water can lead to scaling and fouling, disrupting industrial processes and adding to the cost of operations. Proper industrial process water treatment can be used to reduce the presence of the minerals responsible for scaling and fouling, as well as unwanted: oils, grease, colours, odours, bacteria, turbidity, acidity and organic compounds.
Used in the production and treatment of potable, ultrapure and process water for municipal, agricultural and industrial applications. There are many applications for water purification, including: recycling wastewater, reducing chemical consumption, and reducing boiler blowdown. Significant amounts of water can be recycled and used again in the manufacturing process after undergoing a water purification process.
Water has become a significant budget and environmental concern of industrial companies, and it is a commodity that is becoming scarcer and more expensive each year.