Mechanical Processes

Nanofiltration is used for improving water quality from poor quality raw water sources.

Nanofiltration is a water treatment process that falls between reverse osmosis and ultrafiltration in terms of membrane pore size. It uses semi-permeable membranes with smaller pores than those in ultrafiltration but larger than those in reverse osmosis.

Nanofiltration is effective at removing various contaminants from water, including ions, organic matter, and some larger molecules. It’s commonly used for softening water, reducing hardness, and improving water quality by selectively allowing certain substances to pass through while retaining others.

Overall, the selective and efficient nature of nanofiltration makes it a valuable tool in achieving specific water treatment standards while maintaining a balance between contaminant removal and resource efficiency.

Why Nanofiltration?

  • No chemical /sludge removal 
  • Fully automated membrane cleaning system 
  • Low chemical usage 
  • Unmanned operation 
  • Remote monitoring 
  • Profibus enabled 
  • Duty stand-by system 
  • Energy efficient management system
  • Well-suited to treating raw water with high colour and heavy organic and metal loads. 
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