Raw Water Monitoring

Articles & Whitepapers

  • Qingyuan Industrial Park - Case Study

    Qingyuan Industrial Park - Case Study

    Infinite Water designed a process to treat a complex mix of chemical and biological waste streams. The pilot evaluation treating 10,000 Litres per day to meet discharge limits was a success, leading to the customer requesting for two 200,000 litres per day plants to re-use the treated waste water. The Client Our client is the owner of one of the four large Industrial parks in Qingyuan, China. ...

News

  • Water treatment: mimicking earth’s hydrological cycle

    Water treatment: mimicking earth’s hydrological cycle

    Water treatment and water treatment technologies are an essential line of defense to remove contaminants and bacteria before the delivery of clean, potable water supplies for consumption. Water sources can be subject to contamination and therefore ...

Equipment & Solutions

  • Traveling Water Screen
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    Traveling Water Screen

    Traveling water screens are one of the most cost-effective means for fine screening of raw water. They are used in all types of applications where continuous raw water intake screening is required and protection of downstream equipment is critical.