Selection of equipment and instrumentation to provide an integral water treatment solution.
SALHER - New Corporate Video
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SALHER - Wastewater Treatment Plant - 3D Animation - Video
Half-buried waste water treatment plant (WWTP). The treatment process is is divided into several stages: Pumping station: body manufactured in GRP. Completely automatic. Screening systems: Helical screw screen with automatic cleaning, dewatering and compaction system. To be installed in civil work canal and above-ground. Grease removal system: grease separators. Secondary treatment (biological): WWTP for small and medium population. Manufactured in GRP.
SALHER - Hydrocarbon Separator (HD 720p) - Video
Salher - Separador de hidrocarburos - Hydrocarbon separator.
SALHER - Solutions for Water Treatment In Remote Camp Installations - Video
Treatment of Large Rain Water Flows - Video
Salher - Compact Ultrafiltration Plant for Water Treatment - Video
Salher uses ultrafiltration for water treatment through membrane technology. Advantages of this system: Simplicity and easy installation, Long service life, Low maintenance and operating costs, Easy and simple cleaning process, Low chemical consumption, Versatility to treat raw water with different characteristics. Learn more about Salher ultrafiltration: https://www.salher.com/en/products/tertiary-treatments/
Dissolved Air Flotation Unit: Vespa by Salher - Video
Salher Engineering Projects - Comprehensive and Sustainable Water Treatment Projects - Video
World water scarcity
In this video Salher takes a closer look at the reality of the world's water crisis based on figures and percentages. Our planet contains about 1.386 billion cubic kilometres of water. Its quantity and distribution have not changed significantly in the last two billion years; its demand for consumption continues to grow... What can we do to solve this situation? Discover it here: https://www.salher.com/en/drinking-water/