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Water Treatment Plant

Water Treatment Plant

150000 INR/Unit

Product Details:

  • Power Consumption 1.5 Kilowatt (kW)
  • Product Type Water Treatment Plant
  • Automatic Grade Semi Automatic
  • Voltage 415 Volt (v)
  • Water Source Ground Water
  • Drive Type Solar
  • Power Source Electricity
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Water Treatment Plant Price And Quantity

  • 1 Unit
  • 150000 INR/Unit

Water Treatment Plant Product Specifications

  • Water Treatment Plant
  • 1.5 Kilowatt (kW)
  • 415 Volt (v)
  • Semi Automatic
  • Electricity
  • Ground Water
  • Solar

Water Treatment Plant Trade Information

  • Cash in Advance (CID)
  • 10 Unit Per Day
  • 30 Days
  • All India

Product Description



A water treatment plant is a facility designed to treat raw water from natural sources such as rivers, lakes, or groundwater to make it safe for human consumption and for various other purposes like industrial processes or agriculture. The primary goal of water treatment is to remove contaminants and impurities from the water, ensuring it meets regulatory standards and is safe for use.

The process of water treatment typically involves several stages, which may include:


Coagulation and Flocculation: Chemicals are added to the water to make small particles clump together (coagulation) and form larger particles called flocs (flocculation), which can be more easily removed.

Sedimentation: The water is allowed to sit undisturbed in large tanks, allowing the heavier flocs to settle at the bottom, forming a sediment layer.

Filtration: The water passes through various filtration systems, such as sand, gravel, or activated carbon filters, to remove remaining suspended particles and impurities.

Disinfection: Chemical disinfectants like chlorine, chloramine, or ozone are added to kill or deactivate harmful microorganisms like bacteria, viruses, and parasites.

pH Adjustment: The pH level of the water may be adjusted to meet regulatory standards and to prevent corrosion of pipes.

Additional Treatment: Depending on the source water quality and specific requirements, additional treatment steps such as desalination (for removing salt from seawater), ion exchange (for removing specific ions), or advanced oxidation processes (for removing organic pollutants) may be employed.

After treatment, the water is typically stored in reservoirs or distributed through a network of pipes to homes, businesses, and industries for various uses. Regular monitoring and testing of the water quality are essential to ensure that it remains safe for consumption and meets regulatory standards.


FAQs of Water Treatment Plant:


Q: What is the power source for the Water Treatment Plant?

A: The power source for the Water Treatment Plant is electricity.

Q: What is the drive type for the Water Treatment Plant?

A: The drive type for the Water Treatment Plant is solar.

Q: What is the automatic grade for the Water Treatment Plant?

A: The automatic grade for the Water Treatment Plant is semi automatic.

Q: What is the water source for the Water Treatment Plant?

A: The water source for the Water Treatment Plant is ground water.

Q: How much power does the Water Treatment Plant consume?

A: The power consumption for the Water Treatment Plant is 1.5 Kilowatt (kW).

Q: What is the voltage requirement for the Water Treatment Plant?

A: The voltage requirement for the Water Treatment Plant is 415 Volt (v).

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