Industrial Waste Water Treatment Systems


    Industrial Waste Water Treatment Systems.

     It is a fact known by everyone that the spring waters that can be used around the world are limited and may be consumed out one day. For this reason, it is important that water, which is one of our basic needs that we cannot consume and live without thinking about the result, is to be purified after each use and used again and again. In particular, the purification of the water used in the production areas and its reuse in different stages are methods that both reduce costs and protect the environment. In addition to being many different methods, different waste water treatment systems suitable for every need have been diversified with the developing technology in recent years. Since there are many different methods from particle separation to conductivity reduction, from microorganism destruction to softening, it is also very easy to find the system that every industry needs.

    What is Industrial Waste Water Treatment?

    Since the treatment method required by each water is different, there are different systems developed accordingly. In general, industrial wastewater treatment systems consist of several stages. First of all, the filtering method is used to separate the clay, lime and different particles in the water. In this way, the water, which is purified from all foreign substances, is physically cleaned. Then it must be purified from microorganisms such as fungi, bacteria and microbes. In this case, sometimes membrane systems and sometimes chemical methods can be preferred. After these processes are completed, optionally, water softening and deionization processes can be applied. Since the water treatment method needed is different according to the area used, a preference should be made in this direction. If you want to get detailed information about industrial waste water treatment systems, you can reach us from our phone numbers on our website.

    What is Industrial Waste?

     Especially city wastewater, water mixed with animal and organic materials, harmless bacteria create industrial wastes. The waters with which they are mixed should never be mixed with the surface waters without being treated. Bacteria, microbes and chemicals in this type of water can cause serious damage to nature and living things. Waste water is generated in all production industries and there are wastewater treatment plants and systems in almost all production areas. The treatment systems needed in industries such as city sewage water, slaughterhouse waste, dairy factories, textiles and tourism are different. In some industries, chemically mixed water needs to be purified, while in some industries particles need to be filtered. To get detailed information about water treatment systems and more, you can always call our expert teams and get information.

    What is the Purpose of Waste Water Treatment?

     Surface and groundwater must be treated before being used. Likewise, it is very important that we purify and reuse these resources, which are very likely to be depleted, after using them. Although the purification of the water used in the industrial field comes first, making the domestic wastewater ready for reuse after the treatment process provides many advantages. Purification and reuse of both chemically treated and physically treated water is possible with today's technology. Waste water treatment is very important in terms of not only using these exhaustible resources by purifying them repeatedly but also consuming water at low cost in the long run. Although the treatment processes of the water used in the industrial area differ according to each area, there is a treatment system suitable for all production areas. If you want to get detailed information about these systems, you can use our website.

    What are the Benefits of Industrial Waste Water Treatment Systems?

     Today, a certain amount of water must be used in all manufacturing industries. Waste water treatment system is important for all industries, especially due to the possibility of depletion of fresh water resources that the world has faced in recent years. Although protecting nature is among the benefits of these treatment systems, it is one of the most important benefits of reducing the long-term production cost. At the same time, when the processing stages of raw water are considered, the purification of the water used in terms of maintaining the quality of production causes both less cost and the continuation of the standard. Thus, while the efficiency of the operation increases, it is ensured that production is always made at the same standard. At the same time, since some regions may experience drought depending on the season, using waste water treatment systems during these periods prevents production disruption. In this way, you can protect the nature, reduce the cost and earn profit in the long run. For detailed information, you can always reach us from the phone numbers on our website.

    What are the Methods to Treat Industrial Waste?

     The water used in production areas sometimes has physical and sometimes chemical pollution. Especially in production areas where chemicals are used, many different treatment systems can be preferred. Likewise, there are various treatment systems for physically polluted water. Treatment systems, which can be grouped under two main headings, can be called physical and chemical methods. Since the treatment system required by each industry is different, the treatment system suitable for the area used should be determined. You can contact us to find out which system you should have accordingly. Together, we can determine the treatment system you need and provide you with a suitable system.

    Chemical Methods

     Chemical systems mean that the water undergoes biological changes while the pollution of the water is separated by chemical methods. The purpose of this treatment system is to convert water-soluble pollutants into compounds with low solubility as a result of chemical reactions. In particular, it is among the objectives of this method to ensure that suspended materials are formed into balls and are purified as a result of precipitation. There are three different chemical treatment systems. These are coagulation, flocculation and neutralization processes.

    Rapid mixing and flocculation (Coagulation-flocculation)

     There are two main methods of chemical treatment systems. One of them is the coagulation system and the other is the flocculation system. The coagulation system is the preparation of the coagulant materials for the formation of flock as a result of mixing them with the waste water at the right pH level and combining them with the colloidal and suspended solids in the water. During this process, chemical substances such as lime, alum, iron sulfate and ferric chloride are used, as well as polyelectrolyte. High-speed mechanical mixers are preferred in order to obtain accurate results from the coagulation process. After this process, flocculation is applied to mix the water slowly and combine the formed particles. Flocculation, also known as flocculation, is the process of forming flocs by combining and collapsing small particles formed as a result of the coagulation process as a result of mixing the waste water at an appropriate rate. After this process, a pool is made to settle the balls formed. Coagulation, flocculation and settling ponds can be built together or separately, depending on preference.
     The waters used in industrial areas are generally very low or very high pH values. Before these waters are reused or mixed with surface waters, their pH values need to be adjusted. Because the water that mixes with nature in this way harms living things and causes the deterioration of the ecological balance. Therefore, the neutralization method is used to bring the pH value in the water to the range of 6 to 9. This process can be called as acid and base supplementation process in order to bring the acidic and basic wastewaters to a pH value compatible with the environment. The neutralization method is a very necessary method for the wastewater to reach a pH value suitable for the environment it will mix with, to have an appropriate pH value before biological treatment, and to provide pH values suitable for chemical precipitation processes.

    Physical Treatment Methods

     Physical treatment, also called purification from all particles in water, is a preferred method before chemical treatment. It is used to remove floating and collapsible substances in water. Although it varies depending on the pollution status of the water to be treated in physical treatment systems and the content of the wastewater, it can be grouped under 4 main headings. These; screens, sieves, grit traps and balancing operations
     This system is usually mounted on the waste water flow line. Depending on the size of the passed material, the spacing of the grids may vary. Flow rate, fluidity properties, bar spacing, grating surface and head losses can be listed among the important features to be considered when choosing these equipments. It is a system with manual or automatic cleaning options. Since the characteristics of the preferred screens will vary depending on the content of the wastewater, all needed variables should be considered.
     This system, on the other hand, is preferred for the separation of smaller sized items, except for the large items kept in the grids. It is used for the purpose of reducing the pollution loads of solid materials entering the treatment system after the screens. These sieves can be placed in front of bar screens or behind trickling filters.
    Sand Traps.
     All of the materials such as sand, gravel, metal and glass, which have a higher density than organic substances in waste water and are not biodegradable, are called sand. The reason for the separation of these materials is that the pumps and pipes in the treatment system are corroded, the channels and pipes are clogged, and the sludge treatment units are blocked. It is preferred in the separation of these substances, which can cause serious damage in the long run.
     Balancing, which is the last stage, is used to prevent organic load fluctuations in order to prevent overloading the biological system. Thanks to this method, it aims to balance the amount of chemicals required for the neutralization system while providing adequate pH values. At the same time, it is a stage that helps the system to work at a certain standard by preventing the entry of toxic substances into the biological system.
    What stages does water go through during treatment?
     Raw water needs to be purified by passing through certain purification systems. First of all, it is very important to get rid of particles such as suspended solids, clay and lime in the water by passing through physical treatment systems. After this process, the water can be purified from all particles and cleaned from organisms such as bacteria and microbes. At this stage, chemical purification processes are preferred. Each method has different stages in itself. For this reason, it is necessary to consider the industry to be used when deciding on the water treatment methods needed. In this case, if you want to have the purification method you need, you can contact us.


    What are industrial waste waters?

     These waters are generally physically or chemically polluted waters. Especially since the water used in production industries is exposed to pollution at certain rates, it must be purified both before mixing with surface waters and before being used again. All of the water used in these production industries is called industrial wastewater. These wastewaters are the result of many different industries as well as the waters that result during washing, cooking, heating, separation, transportation and quality control processes.

    What are the wastewater treatment methods?

     These wastewater treatment systems, which are collected under two main headings, can be called chemical and physical treatment. In chemical treatment methods, chemicals are used during the separation of water. In physical treatment methods, it is the process of purifying all the particles mixed with the water and it is aimed to physically clean the water.


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