Application: Carbon Steel Multimedia filtration Systems - Reducing Suspended Solids & Turbidity in Well Water
Water Challenges: Well water is one of several water sources that is treated for use in various industrial and commercial applications that require high-quality water. Treatment is necessary since well water usually contains high degrees of unwanted impurities such as suspended solids and turbidity. The larger concentration of suspended solids present results in a reduction in water quality. This outcome occurs in the form of turbidity which produces undesirable effects such as color alterations, smell, and taste issues in the water. Scaling can also result due to suspended solids and significantly hampers the performance of equipment and utilities utilized across industries. For these reasons, multimedia filtration systems are depended upon within applications that require high quality treated water. Media filtration has proven to be the most effective treatment method in regard to suspended solids reduction.
Applied Solution: Pure Aqua manufactures and designs advanced carbon steel multimedia filtration systems for the purposes of reducing suspended solids TSS and turbidity in well water. Two multimedia filtration systems were designed for a major company in Kuwait. The system was tailor-made for this exact application and delivered recently. Each system has a media filtration tank, each filled with anthracite, gravel, and sand. The overall system has a flow rate of approximately one hundred gallons per minute. The features on these systems allow for a much larger constant flow of clean water than a typical duplex media filtration system.
This is model MLF30-A-D, MLF24-A from our MF-1000 Series.
- Three media filtration tanks
- Flow Rate: 100 gallons per minute
- Duplex media filtration system
Pure Aqua designs and manufactures media filters and water treatment systems. Two carbon steel multimedia filtration systems were completed for a major company in Kuwait. They are scheduled to ship in October of 2014. The first system has a flow rate of one hundred gallons per minute, and the second has a flow rate of forty. For more information, please click here: https://www.pureaqua.com/industrial-steel-tank-water-media-filter/
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