The Purification Process

The Purification Process


We offer a variety of products with different features. The illustration below details what water purification typically involves.

The water purification process involves several stages to remove impurities and contaminants, ensuring safe and clean drinking water. These stages typically include:

  1. Filtration: Water passes through various filters to remove larger particles, sediments, and debris.
  2. Coagulation and Flocculation: Chemicals are added to the water to bind together smaller particles, making them easier to remove.
  3. Sedimentation: The water is allowed to sit undisturbed, causing heavier particles to settle at the bottom of the treatment tank.
  4. Disinfection: Chemicals like chlorine or ultraviolet light are used to kill harmful bacteria, viruses, and other pathogens.
  5. Reverse Osmosis: Water is forced through a semi-permeable membrane to remove dissolved solids, contaminants, and impurities.
  6. pH Adjustment: Chemicals may be added to adjust the pH level of the water to make it more suitable for consumption.
  7. Activated Carbon Filtration: Water passes through activated carbon filters to remove organic compounds, odors, and improve taste.
  8. Final Disinfection: Additional disinfection methods, such as chlorination or ozonation, may be used as a final step to ensure water safety.

Overall, the water purification process aims to produce clean, safe, and potable water for drinking, cooking, and other household or industrial uses.