Raw water treatment system is a system made up of several individual technologies that address your specific raw water treatment needs.
The exact components of a raw water treatment system depend on the quality of water being drawn from in relation to the quality of water needed. Raw water treatment is a must in order to make water safe for consumption. It eliminates various contaminants like sediment, viruses, bacteria and other harmful substances from water sources with the help of filtration techniques. In raw water treatment systems use filtration techniques, sedimentation, coagulation-flocculation technologies, ultrafiltration and reverse osmosis to make water pure and safe.
These chemicals, such as phosphates and silicates, protect equipment by reducing the corrosive effects of water.
These are used to remove suspended solids in raw water through aggregation, making them easier to filter out. Examples include aluminum sulfate and polyacrylamides.