Physico-chemical purification

In a physico-chemical water treatment, the objective is often to precipitate the contaminating components to form a sludge which can be easily separated.

Detoxication can cover multiple different subjects. Removing pesticides and other toxic organic compounds can be done in an SBR or MBR by means of biological digestion.

In many processes, pH is an important parameter. It is important to measure it correctly and to be able to adjust it afterwards.

Precipitation is an often used purification method. Both for physico-chemical treatment and in biological treatment installations.

Flotation is an alternative to a settling tank. During flotation the sludge will float on top of the water surface, while in a settler the sludge will settle.

A vacuum evaporator is a technology which often allows water to be recycled in closed circuit. Moreover, it is a technique that requires little space and limited manual monitoring.

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