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Demineralization Plants

Demineralization Plant

The demineralization is a chemical-physical process, generally applied to the water, destined to totally or partially dissolved salts elimination. Simpec produces two types of demineralization plants: ion exchange resin plants and reverse osmosis plants. The obtained water is called demineralized or deionized. The ions contained in to the water ensure current conduction, their elimination reduces the water conductivity and so it increases water...

Ion Exchange Resin Plants

Ion exchange resin plants usually consist of a cationic resin treatment section and an anionic resin treatment section. These resins have activated functional groups, that are able to exchange their ions with ions of the same charge contained in the solution they are in contact with. Cationic resins eliminate cations and anionic resins eliminate anions. Using cationic and anionic resins mixture, Simpec providesultrapure demineralized water...

Reverse Osmosis Unit

Reverse osmosis plants use the membrane selectivity to obtain the water demineralization. This process doesn’t consist only of a physical obstacle (produced by the membrane pores dimensions) to the passage of the molecules, but it use the different chemical affinity of the solutions with the membrane, permitting the hydrophile molecules (or water-like) passage. This method uses the tangential filtration principle, like other separation...

Water and Wastewater Treatment Plants

Biological Plants

Biological plants use communities of living organisms (bacterias). The action and cooperation of different bacterias, eliminates the pollutants contained in to the effluent. The growth and the development of these bacterias, is due to the organic substance contained into the wastewater. The main parts of the biological plants are:

Chemical-Physical Plant

Chemical-physical plants make the pollutants insoluble by the use of chemical products and subsequently they separate the insoluble part (sludge) from the water (physical process). The main parts of the chemical-physical plants are:

Water and Wastewater Depuration Plant

Water and wastewater depuration is guaranteed by a whole of technologies and processes that are necessary to eliminate the pollutants. Simpecconstructs two kind of waste water treatment plants: chemical-physical plants and biological plants. In different situations the two plant solutions, can coexist for the effluent treatment. Cleaned water can be discharged or, if it's possible, it could be used again in the productive processes with the...

Membrane Technology

Membrane Bioreactor Plant

MBR plants use flat sheet membranes. This kind of membranes work submerged in the bioreactor and they efficiently remove suspended solids and pollutants. MBR membranes replaces sedimentation sections. MBR technology combined with reverse osmosis plants produce an high quality water. MBR membranes can work submerged in bioreactor containing a lot of activated sludges, helping the BOD and nitrogen reducing process. MBR membranes combine biological...

Reverse Osmosis and Nanofiltration Plant

Reverse osmosis plants use the membrane selectivity to obtain the water demineralization. This process doesn’t consist only of a physical obstacle (produced by the membrane pores dimensions) to the passage of the molecules, but it use the different chemical affinity of the solutions with the membrane, permitting the hydrophile molecules (or water-like) passage. This method uses the tangential filtration principle, like other separation...

Ultrafiltration and Microfiltration Plant

Ultrafiltration plants with ceramic membranes are mostly used to divide compounds with medium-high weight molecules. Ultrafiltration plants are applied at the effluent, on close loop, in order to reach the required concentration and a filtrate solution called permeate. The advantage of the ceramic membranes is that they resist to different kind of pollutants and they can be washed with various chemical products and at high temperatures....

Sludge Treatment

Sludge Treatment System

Simpecprovides sludge treatment systems coming from waste water treatment processes or from other workmanships.

Batch Treatment Plants

Chemical-Physical Batch Plants

Chemical-physical discontinuous plantsare suggested for discontinuous and irregular effluent flow-rates.Chemical-physical discontinuous plantshave the same treatment sections of chemical-physical continuous plants (but in sequential way):

Sequencing Batch Reactor Biological Plant (SBR)

SBR biological plantsare composed by systems that equalize, aerate, denitrificate and sediment the effluent in a single reactor or in more reactors with determinated operative sequenceses. SBR plant develops a mix of bacteria cultures that are able to remove COD, BOD and Nutrients present in the treated effluents.

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