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Activated Carbon is a specialised filter media used principally for removing chlorine or organic compounds from water. The benefit of this filtration is a significantly improved taste and the elimination of odours, sometimes associated with a “chemical taint” to the water. Activated carbon is also used as a final “polisher” treatment for many water filter systems.
Trident Cabinet with 5700 Series Valve: Compact cabinet with small footprint and no connection port overhang means easy installation. Simple programming of regeneration cycle to give low running costs. Meter controlled to regenerate automatically, at pre-set volume, when resin bed nears exhaustion. Manual regeneration override. Programmable “default” regeneration frequency option to freshen bed during low demand or holiday periods. Can use...
The original source of all the water we use is rain, which itself is soft. Once it falls however, it dissolves mineral salts (such as Calcium and Magnesium) from the local rock. In many areas, the water coming from the tap is a solution of these salts. This is known as HARD WATER due to the hard deposits of scale formed in the water systems in which it is used. The scale forms because of the effects of heat making the salts turn back to their original...
Both metallic and some non-metallic contaminants can be removed from water by passing the water through a bed of specialised media. These media act in two ways; triggering the precipitation of the contaminant to form an insoluble particle and then physically filtering out the contamination to leave clean water. By selecting the correct media, very specific water problems can be treated easily.
BWT/WTU units are designed to meet the requirements of specific applications. By matching suitable pumps, UV units and controls for any particular site criteria, e.g. volume of storage, peak demand flow, incoming water quality etc., we are able to produce equipment to serve a wide range of systems.