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Water treatment Plant manufacturer, Supplier, dealer in Chennai.

We design, manufacturing Erection & commissioning of water treatment plants for varied industries on turnkey basis in Chennai Tamilnadu India.

 

RRR ENVIRO SYSTEMS offers a wide variety of options for purification of water from different sources either from surface water sources or ground water sources.

1.1 Pressure Sand Filter & Carbon Filter

 

RRR ENVIRO SYSTEMS filters provide crystal clear water of turbidity level less than 2 to 3 mg/liter on silica scale. Horizontal and vertical filters are available in a complete range of sizes from 0.25 m 3 /hr to 500 m 3 /hr. Normal filtering medium employed is clean sieved grade quartz and fine sand. For applications like iron removal, chlorine reduction special type / filter media are available. The filters are manufactured in SS 316, SS 304, MS FRP as well as FRP Advance Composite. A wide range of chemical dozing equipment is specially designed to meet the specific water quality level. For mineral Water industry special TSS and Absorption Filters are designed to meet the specific water quality level.

 

 

WTP

Usage:

  1. For community Purpose In rural areas
  2. For residence, housing, office building Purpose
  3. For school, collage, educational institutes Purpose
  4. For hotels, restaurants, resorts Purpose
  5. For hospitals, nursing homes and others medical institutes Purpose.
  6. For Municipality water supply, Corporation Purpose
  7. For Industrial purpose like paper mills, cotton mills, Poultry Firms, Chemical plant, Pharmaceutical purpose etc.

 

 

1.2 Iron Removal Plant

 

We bring for the clients an encompassing range of Iron Removal Plant(IR Plant) which is widely used for Iron removal from water. The Iron Removal Plant (IR Plant) we offer is manufactured with high grade raw material. Our range of Iron Removal Plant (IR Plant) is offered at leading market prices consists of Domestic Iron Removal Plant, Iron Removal Plant for flat and apartments, Industrial Iron Removal ,FRP Iron Removal, MS Iron Removal, Multi Grade Filter (MGF), Carbon Filter, Sand Filter and Pressure Filter. We are listed as the prime manufacturer, exporter and supplier Iron Removal Plant (IR Plant) .

Our specially designed Iron Removal Plant without Shallow Hand Pump can remove metals and chemical contamination. Our Iron Removal Plant without Shallow Hand Pump are provided with highly adsorptive filters to trap even the last trace of iron content in water and thereby rendering clean and healthy water.WTP -1

Usage:

  1. For community Purpose In rural areas
  2. For residence, housing, office building Purpose
  3. For school, collage, educational institutes Purpose
  4. For hotels, restaurants, resorts Purpose
  5. For hospitals, nursing homes and others medical institutes Purpose.
  6. For Municipality water supply, Corporation Purpose
  7. For Industrial purpose like paper mills, cotton mills, Poultry Firms, Chemical plant, Pharmaceutical purpose etc.

We also provide customized solutions for any sort of water related problems.

           

1.3  Water Softening Plant

 We design Water Softening Plant to convert every type of hard water into soft water removing every trace of calcium or magnesium ions from water. Water Softening Plant reduces soapy residue on clothes, film on tub and shower tiles and scratching on bathroom fixtures. The Water Softening Plant is best for both residential and commercial purpose. We are listed as the prime manufacturer, exporter and supplier of Water Softening Plant at highly affordable rates.

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Features:

  • Low power consumption
  • Reduction of scales
  • Clogging from pipes and vessels
  • Automatic facilities to start the recharging cycle
  • Easy to operate
  • Increases the efficiency of appliances and the plumbing systems
  • Enhances service life

 

 

 

 

 

Avail Varied Softeners like:

  • Water softener for plastic moulding machine
  • Water softener for home, flat, and apartments
  • Automatic Water Softener
  • Resin Filter
  • Domestic Water Softener
  • Industrial Water Softener
  • Water softener for garment and textile industries
  • Softening plant for cooling towers

 

 

Supplied to:

  • Alcohol and distillery
  • Boilers
  • Cooling tower
  • Cold storage
  • Food processing industry
  • Fisheries and poultry
  • Dairy industry

Usage :

  1. For community Purpose In rural areas
  2. For residence, housing, office building Purpose
  3. For school, collage, educational institutes Purpose
  4. For hotels, restaurants, resorts Purpose
  5. For hospitals, nursing homes and others medical institutes Purpose.
  6. For Municipality water supply, Corporation Purpose
  7. For Industrial purpose like paper mills, cotton mills, Poultry Firms, Chemical plant, Pharmaceutical purpose etc.

We also provide customized solutions for any sort of water related problems.

1.4 Arsenic Removal Plant

We are engaged in offering our clients with Arsenic Removal Plant that are designed as per the latest market requirements. The plant is manufactured using high quality material sourced from reliable vendors. Furthermore, we also provide service like Arsenic Removal from Ground Water. We hold expertise in designing, fabrication, erection, and commissioning of the plant as per the specifications detailed by our clients.

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Usage :

  1. For community Purpose In rural areas
  2. For residence, housing, office building Purpose
  3. For school, collage, educational institutes Purpose
  4. For hotels, restaurants, resorts Purpose
  5. For hospitals, nursing homes and others medical institutes Purpose.
  6. For Municipality water supply, Corporation Purpose
  7. For Industrial purpose like paper mills, cotton mills, Poultry Firms, Chemical plant, Pharmaceutical purpose etc.

We also provide customized solutions for any sort of water related problems.

 

1.5 DM Plant

We are trustworthy manufacturer, exporter and supplier of Demineralization Plant, (DM Plant) which is duly tested by our experts on different parameters of quality so that the perfect range is delivered to the clients. The Demineralization Plant (DM Plant) is in high demand among the clients. Our product Demineralization Plant (DM Plant) is precisely designed by our team of experts maintaining the market standards.

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Features

  • Rust free
  • Low maintenance
  • Less power consumption
  • Durable
  • Economical
  • High shelf life

 

Working

  • The plant is loaded with highly efficient cation and anion exchanger
  • Loaded with degasification system to remove every trace of minerals from the system
  • The raw water called influent water is first passed through the Cation resin bed containing SAC Resin in H + form. Ca , Mg & Na are removed and the salts are converted to their respective acids
  • The corresponding acid containing anions like Cl , SO4 , NO3 are removed by passing the cation effluent through Anion column containing Anion resin in Hydroxyl Form
  • The hydrogen ion from cation neutralizes the hydroxyl ion and produces pure water
  • The demineralization bed is provided with strong cations and anions to produce 100% pure water

 

Supplied to

  • Alcohol and distillery
  • Boilers
  • Cooling tower
  • Cold storage
  • Food processing industry
  • Dairy industry
  • Fisheries and poultry

 

1.6 Fluoride Removal Plants

  • These filters are designed for removal of fluoride for drinking water. As we know that fluoride makes incurable bone related diseases . the design of filter depend upon the concentration of fluoride in raw water. Vessels are made of HDPE/FRP/MS quality materials. Filter beds are made of High grade Activated Alumina  or granular ferric hydroxide. The use of those filters are in rural drinking water solution.
  • Activated alumina and reverse osmosis are the only two methods for removing fluoride. Some companies claim that carbon filters will remove fluoride, but this is not correct. Also, all our Fluoride Systems use dual stage filters with activated alumina in the first stage and KDF/GAC in the second. We use the KDF/GAC cartridge to remove any activated alumina that may get into your water. Beware of companies selling a single stage filter with just activated alumina. This setup doesn’t protect against activated alumina in your Treated water.

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RO plant Dealer & manufacture in Trichy & madurai Tamilnadu

Our highly advanced Institutional reverse osmosis plant has been designed for hotels, hospitals, schools, universities, factory, and others. The system is also known as hyper filtration that removes or reduces small ions of magnesium and calcium from water. It is also effective in removing salt and other impurities while augmenting the taste and other properties. Our Institutional reverse osmosis plant is equipped with comprehensive range of filters such as Active Carbon Filters, Sediment Filter,Sand Filter, Quartz Sand Filter, and others. This has enabled us to stand tall in the market as prominent manufacturer and supplier.

Our production capacities As follows

250 LPH

500 LPH

1000 LPH

2000 LPH

3000 LPH

and more upto 20,000 LPH

Reverse Osmosis Plant -3000 LPH

REVERSE OSMOSIS PLANT -3000 LPH

Reverse osmosis membrane technology produces water with very low dissolved solids and which is also free from particulate, colloidal and organics matter.

 Features :

• Compact unit with robust mild steel powder coated frame .
• Efficiently removes up to 95% of total dissolved solids (TDS) or salinity, producing water which is clear & pleasant to taste.
• Range of models with capacities from 30 L/h up to 1000 L/h.
• Built in safety features to protect high pressure pump & membranes.

• Capable of handling waters with TDS levels between 1500 to 2500 ppm depending on the model.
• Fully assembled and tested before dispatch.
• On-line device to monitor treated water quality.
Advantages :
• The most economical &efficient method of dissolved solids removal.
• Easy to startup and uses very little space on solids in feed water.
• Can handle fluctuations of total dissolved solids removal.
• Easy availability of spares and service.
• Short delivery periods.
Applications :
• Hygienic drinking water hotels ,restaurants, hospitals and residences
• Mineral water plants.
• High purity water for hospital for use in dialysis units.
• As a retrofit to demineralisations plants in industries to reduce regeneration chemicals.
RRR ENVIRO SYSTEMS one of the leading Reverse osmosis plant manufacturer, supplier, Dealer & Exporter in Chennai Tamilnadu India.

 

Water Compliant  : Salty Water, Smell Water , Hard water , white deposits, colored water etc,

1 Water Source Well,bore,Lake ,canal , brackish water ,Sea
2 Power Requirement 7 HP power load
3 Monthly maintenance Max Rs.3000
4 Production Capacity 24000 liters to 36000 liters
5 People 266 people – For Home uses
6 Houses 50 houses ( All purpose )
7 Area Required  1.5 m X 6 m

 

Principle of Reverse Osmosis 
Reverse Osmosis system uses semi-permeable spiral wound membrane to separate and remove dissolved solids, organics, pyrogens, submicron colloidal matter and bacteria from water. Feed water is delivered under high pressure through permeators, where water permeates through the minute pores of the membrane and is delivered as purified product water.

Removal of Impurities
Impurities in the water are concentrated in the reject stream and flushed to drain.

Output Range
The system is available in a wide range of models for treating water quality of varying Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) with different flow rates.

Purity Standards Maintained 
Maximum purity is attained by reducing

  1. 95% – 99% of the TDS

Effluent Treatment Plant

Wastewater Treatment Methods

Wastewater treatment consists of applying known technology to improve or upgrade the quality of a wastewater.  Usually wastewater treatment will involve collecting the wastewater in a central, segregated location (the Wastewater Treatment Plant) and subjecting the wastewater to various treatment processes.  Most often, since large volumes of wastewater are involved, treatment processes are carried out on continuously flowing wastewaters (continuous flow or “open” systems) rather than as “batch” or a series of periodic treatment processes in which treatment is carried out on parcels or “batches” of wastewaters.  While most wastewater treatment processes are continuous flow, certain operations, such as vacuum filtration, involving as it does, storage of sludge, the addition of chemicals, filtration and removal or disposal of the treated sludge, are routinely handled as periodic batch operations.

Wastewater treatment, however, can also be organized or categorized by the nature of the treatment process operation being used;  for example, physical, chemical or biological.

 

Physical, Chemical and Biological Wastewater Treatment Methods

Physical

Sedimentation (Clarification) 

This  water treatment process used to settle out suspended solids in water under the influence of gravity.
Screening

This  water treatment process used to trap and  remove the floating matter such as paper, wood etc. by using automated mechanically raked bar screens.
Aeration

This Water aeration process is used for  water bodies that suffer from anoxic conditions, usually caused by adjacent human activities such as sewage discharges, agricultural run-off, or over-baiting a fishing lake. Aeration can be achieved through the infusion of air into the bottom of the lakelagoon or pond or by surface agitation from a fountain or spray-like device to allow for oxygen exchange at the surface and the release of noxious gasses such as carbon dioxide,  methane  or  hydrogen sulfide.

Filtration

This water treatment process is used at the end to remove remaining suspended particles and unsettled floc.

Chemical

Chlorination

This is a method of treatment which has been employed for many purposes to disinfect or destruct the pathogenic organisms and to prevent water from decomposition.
Ozonation

In this process O3 is used, Which is an unstable molecule gives up one atom of Oxygen providing a powerful oxidizing agent which is toxic to most waterborne organisms.
Neutralization

The neutralization process can be performed  for the industrial wastewater containing acidic substances (acidic) or base (alkaline) that need to be neutralized before discharge  of  water into the waste water treatment process.

Coagulation

Coagulation is one of the most important physio-chemical reactions used in water treatment. The precipitation of ions (heavy metals) and colloids (organic and inorganic) are mostly held in solution by electrical charges. By the addition of ions with opposite charges, these colloids can be destabilized; coagulation can be achieved by chemical or electrical methods. The coagulant is added in the form of suitable chemical substances. Alum [Al2(SO4)3.18H2O] is such a chemical substance, which has been widely used for ages for wastewater treatment.
Adsorption

This is the physical adhesion of chemicals on to the surface of the solid. The effectiveness of the adsorbent is directly related to the amount of surface area available to attract the particles of contaminant. The most commonly used adsorbent is a very porous matrix of granular activated carbon.

Ion Exchange

 This technique has been used extensively to remove hardness, and iron and manganese salts in drinking water supplies. It has also been used selectively to remove specific impurities and to recover valuable trace metals like chromium,nickel, copper, lead and cadmium from industrial waste discharges. The process takes advantage of the ability of certain natural and synthetic materials to exchange one of their ions.

Biological

Aerobic

Under aerobic (O2 ) conditions bacteria rapidly consume organic matter and convert into CO2  .The following treatment methods come under this method.

  • Activated Sludge Treatment Methods
  • Trickling Filtration
  • Oxidation Ponds
  • Lagoons
  • Aerobic Digestion

Anaerobic

This is a bacterial process of domestic sewage in septic tanks which normally retain the sewage from one day to two days reducing B.O.D by about 35 to 40 percentage. The following treatment methods come under this method.

  • Anaerobic Digestion
  • Septic Tanks
  • Lagoons

Physical treatment methods 

Include processes where no gross chemical or biological changes are carried out and strictly physical phenomena are used to improve or treat the wastewater.

Examples would be coarse screening to remove larger entrained objects and sedimentation (or clarification). In the process of sedimentation, physical phenomena relating to the settling of solids by gravity are allowed to operate.  Usually this consists of simply holding a wastewater for a short period of time in a tank under quiescent conditions, allowing the heavier solids to settle, and removing the “clarified” effluent.  Sedimentation for solids separation is a very common process operation and is routinely employed at the beginning and end of wastewater treatment operations. While sedimentation is one of the most common physical treatment processes that is used to achieve treatment, another physical treatment process consists of aeration — that is, physically adding air, usually to provide oxygen to the wastewater.  Still other physical phenomena used in treatment consist of filtration.  Here wastewater is passed through a filter medium to separate solids.  An example would be the use of sand filters to further remove entrained solids from a treated wastewater.  Certain phenomena will occur during the sedimentation process and can be advantageously used to further improve water quality.  Permitting greases or oils, for example, to float to the surface and skimming or physically removing them from the wastewaters is often carried out as part of the overall treatment process.

In certain industrial wastewater treatment processes strong or undesirable wastes are sometimes produced over short periods of time.  Since such “slugs” or periodic inputs of such wastes would damage a biological treatment process, these wastes are sometimes held, mixed with other wastewaters, and gradually released, thus eliminating “shocks” to the treatment plant.  This is call equalization.  Another type of “equalization” can be used to even out wide variations in flow rates.  For example, the wet well of a pump station can receive widely varying amounts of wastewater and, in turn, pump the wastes onward at more uniform rates.

Chemical treatment Methods

These methods consist of using some chemical reaction or reactions to improve the water quality.  Probably the most commonly used chemical process is chlorination.  Chlorine, a strong oxidizing chemical, is used to kill bacteria and to slow down the rate of decomposition of the wastewater.  Bacterial kill is achieved when vital biological processes are affected by the chlorine.  Another strong oxidizing agent that has also been used as an oxidizing disinfectant is ozone.

A chemical process commonly used in many industrial wastewater treatment operations is neutralization.  Neutralization consists of the addition of acid or base to adjust pH levels back to neutrality.  Since lime is a base it is sometimes used in the neutralization of acid wastes.

Coagulation consists of the addition of a chemical that, through a chemical reaction, forms an insoluble end product that serves to remove substances from the wastewater.  Polyvalent metals are commonly used as coagulating chemicals in wastewater treatment and typical coagulants would include lime (that can also be used in neutralization), certain iron containing compounds (such as ferric chloride or ferric sulfate) and alum (aluminum sulfate).

Certain processes may actually be physical and chemical in nature.  The use of activated carbon to “adsorb” or remove organics, for example, involves both chemical and physical processes.  Processes such as ion exchange, which involves exchanging certain ions for others, are not used to any great extent in wastewater treatment.

Biological treatment methods

These methods use microorganisms, mostly bacteria, in the biochemical decomposition of wastewaters to stable end products.  More microorganisms, or sludges, are formed and a portion of the waste is converted to carbon dioxide, water and other end products.  Generally, biological treatment methods can be divided into aerobic and anaerobic methods, based on availability of dissolved oxygen. The purpose of wastewater treatment is generally to remove from the wastewater enough solids to permit the remainder to be discharged to a receiving water without interfering with its best or proper use.  The solids which are removed are primarily organic but may also include inorganic solids.  Treatment must also be provided for the solids and liquids which are removed as sludge.  Finally, treatment to control odors, to retard biological activity, or destroy pathogenic organisms may also be needed.

While the devices used in wastewater treatment are numerous and will probably combine physical, chemical and biological methods, they may all be generally grouped under six methods:

1.Preliminary Treatment

  1. Primary Treatment
  2. Secondary Treatment
  3. Disinfection

5.Sludge Treatment

6.Tertiary Treatment

Degrees of treatment are sometimes indicated by use of the terms primary, secondary and tertiary treatment.  Tertiary treatment, properly, would be any treatment added onto or following secondary treatment.

Preliminary Treatment

At most plants preliminary treatment is used to protect pumping equipment and facilitate subsequent treatment processes.  Preliminary devices are designed to remove or cut up the larger suspended and floating solids, to remove the heavy inorganic solids, and to remove excessive amounts of oils or greases.

To effect the objectives of preliminary treatment, the following devices are commonly used:

  1. Screens — rack, bar or fine
  2. Comminuting devices — grinders, cutters, shredders
  3. Grit chambers
  4. Pre-aeration tanks

In addition to the above, chlorination may be used in preliminary treatment.  Since chlorination may be used at all stages in treatment, it is considered to be a method by itself. Preliminary treatment devices require careful design and operation.
Primary Treatment

In this treatment, most of the settleable solids are separated or removed from the wastewater by the physical process of sedimentation.  When certain chemicals are used with primary sedimentation tanks, some of the colloidal solids are also removed.  Biological activity of the wastewater in primary treatment is of negligible importance.

The purpose of primary treatment is to reduce the velocity of the wastewater sufficiently to permit solids to settle and floatable material to surface.  Therefore, primary devices may consist of settling tanks, clarifiers or sedimentation tanks.  Because of variations in design, operation, and application, settling tanks can be divided into four general groups:

  1. Septic tanks
  2. Two story tanks — Imhoff and several proprietary or patented units
  3. Plain sedimentation tank with mechanical sludge removal
  4. Upward flow clarifiers with mechanical sludge removal

When chemicals are used, other auxiliary units are employed.  These are:

  1. Chemical feed units
  2. Mixing devices
  3. Flocculators

The results obtained by primary treatment, together with anaerobic sludge digestion as described later, are such that they can be compared with the zone of degradation in stream self-purification.  The use of chlorine with primary treatment is discussed under the section on Preliminary Treatment.

Secondary Treatment

Secondary treatment depends primarily upon aerobic organisms which biochemically decompose the organic solids to inorganic or stable organic solids.  It is comparable to the zone of recovery in the self-purification of a stream.

The devices used in secondary treatment may be divided into four groups:

  1. Trickling filters with secondary settling tanks
  2. Activated sludge and modifications with final settling tanks
  3. Intermittent sand filters
  4. Stabilization ponds

The use of chlorine with secondary treatment is discussed under the section on Secondary Treatment

 

Chlorination

This is a method of treatment which has been employed for many purposes in all stages in wastewater treatment, and even prior to preliminary treatment.  It involves the application of chlorine to the wastewater for the following purposes:

  1. Disinfection or destruction of pathogenic organisms
  2. Prevention of wastewater decomposition —

(a)odor control, and
(b) protection of plant structures

  1. Aid in plant operation —

(a) Sedimentation,
(b)trickling filters,
(c) activated sludge bulking

  1. Reduction or delay of biochemical oxygen demand (BOD)

While chlorination has been commonly used over the years, especially for disinfection, other methods to achieve disinfection as well as to achieve similar treatment ends are also used.  Among the most common is the use of ozone.  In view of the toxicity of chlorine and chlorinated compounds for fish as well as other living forms, ozonation may be more commonly used in the future.  This process will be more fully discussed in the section on disinfection.

 Sludge Treatment

The solids removed from wastewater in both primary and secondary treatment units, together with the water removed with them, constitute wastewater sludge.  It is generally necessary to subject sludge to some treatment to prepare or condition it for ultimate disposal.  Such treatment has two objectives — the removal of part or all of the water in the sludge to reduce its volume, and the decomposition of the organic solids to mineral solids or to relatively stable organic solids.  This is accomplished by a combination of two or more of the following methods:

  1. Thickening
  2. Digestion with or without heat
  3. Drying on sand bed — open or covered
  4. Conditioning with chemicals
  5. Elutriation
  6. Vacuum filtration
  7. Heat drying
  8. Incineration
  9. Wet oxidation
  10. Centrifuging

Tertiary and Advanced Wastewater Treatment

Tertiary treatment is the next wastewater treatment process after secondary treatment. This step removes stubborn contaminants that secondary treatment was not able to clean up. Wastewater effluent becomes even cleaner in this treatment process through the use of stronger and more advanced treatment systems. Tertiary treatment technologies can be extensions of conventional secondary biological treatment to further stabilize oxygen-demanding substances in the wastewater, or to remove nitrogen and phosphorus. Tertiary treatment may also involve physical-chemical separation techniques such as carbon adsorption,
flocculation/precipitation, membranes for advanced filtration, ion exchange, dechlorination and reverse osmosis.

 

 

1 Fertilizers- Effluent Treatment Plant
2 Leather tanneries Effluent Treatment Plant
3 Dyes and intermediates Effluent Treatment Plant
4 Pharmaceuticals Effluent Treatment Plant
5 Petrochemicals Effluent Treatment Plant
6 Pulp and paper Effluent Treatment Plant
7 Sugar and distilleries Effluent Treatment Plant
8 Pesticides and insecticides Effluent Treatment Plant
9 Coke ovens Effluent Treatment Plant
10 Chemical industry Effluent Treatment Plant
11 Caustic soda Effluent Treatment Plant
12 Cement Effluent Treatment Plant
13 Copper melting Effluent Treatment Plant
14 Oil refinery Effluent Treatment Plant
15 Thermal power plants Effluent Treatment Plant
16 Zinc melting Effluent Treatment Plant
17 fermentation Effluent Treatment Plant

 

 

 

 

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RRR ENVIRO SYSTEMS

Contact Person :

Mr. Senthil Kumar

Address :

No 7, 11th Cross Road, Dhandeeshwaram, Velachery

City :

Chennai

Country :

India

Pin Code :

600042

Phone :

+91-44-42020723 / 43857640

Mobile :

+91-9710035249

Web Site :

http://www.rrrenvirosystems.com

Web Page :

http://www.rrrenvirosystems.net

Call Us :

8939451451

Other Contact Info :

Email ID : rrrenvirosystem@gmail.com

 

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Underground Sewage Treatment Plant

 

Under Ground Sewage Treatment Plant manufacturer & supplier in chennai

We Design, Fabricate, Supply, Erect and Commission Sewage Treatment Plants (STP) for treating sewage generated by Industry, large colonies, Hotels, Hospitals, IT Parks and commercial buildings.
Now a days the Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) became statutory requirement of all the State Pollution Control Boards, everybody, whether Hotelier or Industrialist were looking for economical, easy to install and operate compact type Sewage Treatment Plant. Since the land is extremely expensive, very few industries could afford the large treatment units as recommended by most of the Consultants.
We are being pioneer in the field from last 13 years and always in the search of latest and techno-commercially viable technology, system by which the need of the society can be easily satisfied.
With the large demand and future requirement we came with the Portable Package Sewage Treatment Plant concept. It’s a FRP coated MS fabricated unit can be easily transported to site which thus reduces the unnecessary civil cost, improves workmanship, speedy work and excellent treated water quality.
As per the clients need and suitability we offer very latest technologies like MBBR, FAB, SAFF, SBR and MBR.

Principle of Treatment :

Its working on the principle of Aerobic Treatment with the help of aerobic bacteria, which is most conventional and proven method throughout the world.

We employed various treatment methodologies for SEWAGE treatment which are :

• ASP- Activated Sludge Process
• MBBR- Mixed Bed Bio Reactor
• SBR- Sequential Batch reactor
• CSTP- Combined(Effluent)Sewage Treatment Plant
• SAFF- Submerged Aerobic Fixed Film

Mixed Bed Bio Reactor [MBBR]

Designing and supplying of MBBR or FAB are basically for sewage & industrial wastewater treatment. MBBR system is an advanced high rate wastewater treatment process utilizing free-floating media which houses huge quantity of active Biomass in it. Essentially MBBR system is a hybrid reactor where attached growth and suspended growth activity takes place simultaneously. Fine Bubble diffusers are used with the MBBR media in suspension (specific gravity < water) giving a good air dispersal and low level of blockage due to growth of biological film. The technology is rugged and simple to operate and the units can be pre-assembled for rapid on-site installation.

Principle :

The Mixed Bed Bio Reactor (MBBR) process it works on the principle of attached growth system and uses rotating biomedia to retain an active biomass to reduce the influent BOD Levels.

MBBR COMBINES :

1] MBBR Reactor To degrade organics
2] Tube Settler To separate the Biomass
3] Polishing Filters (Optional) Achieve absolute filtration.

Advantages over Conventional ASP :
The MBBR system is a great improvement over Conventional Extended Aeration or Activated Sludge Plants, and provides a robust and compact unit in a fully enclosed design.
No sludge re-circulation is required to maintain MLSS as in the case of conventional aeration system.
Can be designed to any size to deal with larger flow and loads. Around- 10 m3 to 1000 m3/day.
Fine bubble diffused aeration used generally reduces the energy requirements as compared to surface aerators.
The tank does not need to be drained for access to the diffusers or media.
MBBR system takes higher shock loads without reducing the plant performance because of large quantity of MLSS available inside the reactor.
FAB supports low sludge generation, low Adour and low Visual impact.
Maintenance requirements are simple.

Packaged Type of Sewage Treatment Plant

 

Packaged Type of Sewage Treatment Plant supplier & manufacturer in chennai Tamilnadu

SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT
Source of Domestic sewage Water
Wastewater comes from ordinary living processes: bathing, toilet flushing, laundry, dishwashing, etc.
It comes from residential and domestic sources.
Wastewater is broken into two categories, depending upon the source.
1. Gray water: Gray water is from showers, baths, whirlpool tubs, washing machines, dishwashers and sinks other than the kitchen sink.
2. Black water: Black water is from toilets and kitchen sinks.
Characteristics of domestic sewage
Sr.No. Parameter Analysis Value
1. ph. 7.0 – 8.5
2. BOD 350 ppm
3. COD 600 ppm
4. TSS 300 ppm
5. TDS 6. Oil & Grease 10 ppm

Wastewater Treatment Requirements
• All wastewater must be treated.
• It cannot be discharged to the land, or to surface or groundwater.
• It cannot be used for irrigating a lawn, to fill a pond, run through a pipe to a nearby stream, or dumped to a cesspool.
You may hear of gray water being used for irrigation in other (arid) states. Even in those states, this must be treated and disinfected prior to use
We offer new Sewage Treatment Plants with advanced technology like ASP, MBBR, FBBR, SBR etc. Being cost economic solutions, we capitalize on our innovative technology that allows us to design and develop superior quality sewage treatment plants. Further, our expertise lies in planning plants as per requirement in areas like:
 Municipal corporation
 IT park
 Guest house & villas
 Housing societies
 Commercial Complexes
 multiple complexes
 Residential Apartments
 Residential complexes
 Industrial organizations
 Educational institutions

Sequencing batch reactor( SBR )

The Sequencing Batch Reactor (SBR) –

 

Sewage Treatment Plant designed as per the following Process;

The Process is carried out in an alternating

  • aerobic/anoxic/Aerobic conditions by a batch process 
  • filling (introducing the raw sewage water),
  • aeration (for bacterial respiration),
  • settling (solids separation) and
  • decanting (final effluent evacuation and removal)

The Raw Sewage water from the industry is collected in Collection Tank and from the collection tank the sewage flows by gravity to Screen chamber for the removal of  the Floating & Big size particles. Then the Sewage water is pumped to the Equlization tank for complete mixing of the sewage water. Then it is pumped to the SBR Tank, where the process is carried out through following sequence in  4 hour cycle.

 

During this sequence, the mixed raw sewage water is entered into the reactor where the twin lobe blower is provided in this tank for the supply of oxygen and this enhance the activated sludge process in this system. The microorganism present in the Aeration tank, takes food from the wastewater and oxygen in the atmosphere metabolizes soluble organic matter to form the settleable organic matter.   Following the aeration process, the air is shut off for about 1 – 2 hours and the flow is diverted to the other settling zone maintaining the MLSS concentration of 5000 – 6000 mg/l.

A tranquil condition is maintained in the main aeration zone for efficient sludge settling. During this period, anoxic /anaerobic condition is take place for denitrification and phosphorous removal. After effective settling, the clarified supernatant water is decanted as the final treated water without disturbing the settled sludge.

The treated water is send to the treated collection tank where the treated effluent is disinfected using chlorine by dosing sodium hypochloride. After chlorine dosing, the Sewage water is pumped to the sand and Activated Carbon Filter for final removal fine suspended solids.

Since the new activated sludge is formed during each aeration process, the excess sludge is taken to sludge drying beds, then after it is dried and removed as manure.  The treated water shall have the following characteristics, which also meet the Tamil Nadu State Pollution Control Board (TNPCB) Standards and finally the treated effluent is used in the industrial premises for gardening purpose and Reused in Flush tanks.

 Treated Sewage Quality:-

The Treated water shall meet the Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board (TNPCB) Norms and Standards

                        pH             6.0 – 9.0
                   Odour           Absent
                    BOD         < 20 mg /l
                   COD        < 250 mg / l
              Chlorides        <1000mg/l
            Oil & Grease         <10 mg/l
    Total Suspended Solids         <30 mg/l
    Total Dissolved Solids        <2100mg/l

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fluidized Bed Bio Reactor ( FBBR)

Moving Bed Biological Reactor (MBBR)

Moving Bed Biofilm Reactor (MBBR) processes improve reliability, simplify operation, and require less space than traditional wastewater treatment systems.

MBBR technology employs thousands of polyethylene biofilm carriers operating in mixed motion within an aerated wastewater treatment basin. Each individual biocarrier increases productivity through providing protected surface area to support the growth of heterotrophic and autotrophic bacteria within its cells. It is this high-density population of bacteria that achieves high-rate biodegradation within the system, while also offering process reliability and ease of operation.

This technology provides cost-effective treatment with minimal maintenance since MBBR processes self-maintain an optimum level of productive biofilm. Additionally, the biofilm attached to the mobile biocarriers within the system automatically responds to load fluctuations.

Ultra filtration plant

We are Leading Manufacturer, Supplier, Dealer Of Ultra Filtration Equipment In Chennai & South India Majorly. High efficiency membranes and low operating pressures are combined to manufacture the most economical skid to meet all client requirements. Modular design and process specific criteria allows the greatest flexibility in providing skids that industry requires for the production of turbidity free water used in their facilities.

The ultra filtration is used for the separation of floating particles, colloids, bacteria and virus. This technique uses membranes between 5-500nm.

There are three types of membranes:

  • Spiral membranes: these are cheaper but more sensitive to pollution
  • Tubular/straw membranes: these are more used due to costs/effects ratio, more difficult to pollute
  • Ceramic membranes: these are more expensive but very resistant to heavy pollutants

The steam consumption of evaporation plants can be considerably reduced by using the enthalpy (heat of condensation) of the vapour to heat a second effect. The vapour produced in this effect can be further used for heating of a third effect and so on.

Reverse Osmosis Plant

Reverse Osmosis System allows removal of particles as small as ions from solution. These are membrane based desalination processes which implement semi permeable membrane and are based on principle of reverse osmosis. These Reverse Osmosis System can reject up to 90-98% of dissolved salts and almost all organics, heavy metals, & even micro organism.

Institutional Reverse osmosis plant

REVERSE OSMOSIS PLANT – 250 LPH ,500 LPH ,1000 LPH

Our organization is counted among the dominating manufacturer, supplier, exporter and service provider of Institutional RO Systems in Chennai Tamilnadu India. Developed from high grade filtration systems, membranes, purification systems and other material, all our products are assured of having superior quality & giving remarkable purification results. Our high quality Institutional RO Systems are not just responsible for removing impurities from water but also for removing odor and bad taste. Further, clients can buy our purification systems in various standard models and specifications as per their requirements.

 

Available Model & Water Generation capacity

 

Student & Staff quantity
Requirement Water Per Day
 RRRES RO plant model
500 people
1500 -2000 litres
250 Litres Per hour
1000 People
3000- 4000 litres
500 Litres Per hour
1500 people
6000 – 8000 litres  
1000 Litres Per hour

 

Key Features:

 

  • Excellent performance
  • No leakage
  • Easy to install & operate
  • Durable membrane

 

Principle of Reverse Osmosis 

Reverse Osmosis system uses semi-permeable spiral wound membrane to separate and remove dissolved solids, organics, pyrogens, submicron colloidal matter and bacteria from water. Feed water is delivered under high pressure through permeators, where water permeates through the minute pores of the membrane and is delivered as purified product water.

Removal of Impurities
Impurities in the water are concentrated in the reject stream and flushed to drain.

Output Range
The system is available in a wide range of models for treating water quality of varying Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) with different flow rates.

Purity Standards Maintained 
Maximum purity is attained by reducing

  1. 95% – 99% of the TDS

 

 

 

REVERSE OSMOSIS PLANT – 2000 LPH ,3000 LPH ,5000 LPH 

Our organization is counted among the dominating manufacturer, supplier, exporter and service provider of Institutional RO Systems in Chennai Tamilnadu India. Developed from high grade filtration systems, membranes, purification systems and other material, all our products are assured of having superior quality & giving remarkable purification results. Our high quality Institutional RO Systems are not just responsible for removing impurities from water but also for removing odor and bad taste. Further, clients can buy our purification systems in various standard models and specifications as per their requirements.

 

Available Model & Water Generation capacity

 

Student & Staff quantity
Requirement Water Per Day
 RRRES RO plant model
2000 people
12000 -15000 litres
2000 Litres Per hour
5000 People
20000- 25000 litres
3000 Litres Per hour
7000 people
30000 – 40000 litres  
5000 Litres Per hour

 

Key Features:

 

  • Excellent performance
  • No leakage
  • Easy to install & operate
  • Durable membrane

 

Principle of Reverse Osmosis 

Reverse Osmosis system uses semi-permeable spiral wound membrane to separate and remove dissolved solids, organics, pyrogens, submicron colloidal matter and bacteria from water. Feed water is delivered under high pressure through permeators, where water permeates through the minute pores of the membrane and is delivered as purified product water.

Removal of Impurities
Impurities in the water are concentrated in the reject stream and flushed to drain.

Output Range
The system is available in a wide range of models for treating water quality of varying Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) with different flow rates.

Purity Standards Maintained 
Maximum purity is attained by reducing

  1. 95% – 99% of the TDS

 

Residential Apartments reverse osmosis plant

Reverse Osmosis System allows removal of particles as small as ions from solution. These are membrane based desalination processes which implement semi permeable membrane and are based on principle of reverse osmosis. These Reverse Osmosis System can reject up to 90-98% of dissolved salts and almost all organics, heavy metals, & even micro organism.

Iron & Manganese Removal Plant

IRON & MANGANESE REMOVAL PLANT

Natural sources of iron and manganese are more common in deeper wells where the water has been in contact with rock for a longer time. In coal mining regions of the state, these metals may also occur from both deep and surface mining activities. Iron and manganese often occur together in groundwater but manganese usually occurs in much lower concentrations than iron.

Both iron and manganese are readily apparent in drinking water supplies. Both impart a strong metallic taste to the water and both cause staining. Water coming from wells and springs with high iron and/or manganese may appear colorless initially but orange-brown (iron) or black (manganese) stains or particles quickly appear as the water is exposed to oxygen (see Water Testing).

Although iron and manganese can occur in wells and springs throughout Pennsylvania, they are most common in northern and western counties. A survey by Penn State found excessive iron concentrations in 17% of the private water supplies sampled in the state.

 

RRR ENVIRO SYSTEMS one of the Leading Iron  & manganese removal plant design, Manufacturers, Suppliers, Exporters, Erection & commissioning Company in Chennai Tamilnadu, India.

WATER COMPLAINT

Water which is initially clear but produces brown, orange or red-dish stains or sediment, metallic tasting water. Black specks or  black stains, metallic tasting water. Standing

Water (tub or toilet tank) may appear gray or black.

Iron Threats:

The presence of iron in water is not considered a health problem. It will cause:

  • Orange/brown staining on sanitary ware, laundry etc.
  • brown deposit in pipes
  • very low taste threshold

Manganese Threats:

  • At high concentrates in water manganese will cause:
  • an unpleasant taste
  • deposits on food during cooking
  • stains on sanitary ware
  • discoloration of laundry
  • deposits on plumbing fittings and cooking utensils

SOLUTION

Iron & manganese Removal plant using Mno2 & birm media

WATER PRODUCTION

250 LPH   to 50,000 LPH

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

A typical Iron & manganese Removal plant consists of a pressure vessel – this could be either vertical or horizontal-fitted with a set of frontal pipe work and valves, graded sand supported by layers of graded under bed consisting of pebbles and birm media, a top distributor to distribute the incoming water uniformly throughout the cross section of the filter, and an under drain system to collect filtered water.

PURPOSE OF Iron & manganese Removal plant

Uses of Iron & manganese Removal plant:

  • Can be use in In rural areas for community Purpose
  • Can be use in office building Purpose, residence, housing
  • Can be use in educational institutes Purpose, school, collage
  • Can be use in resorts Purpose, hotels, restaurants
  • Can be use in others medical institutes Purpose,hospitals, nursing homes
  • Can be use in Corporation Purpose and Municipality water supply
  • Can be use in Poultry Firms,Industrial purpose like paper mills, Pharmaceutical purpose, cotton mills, Chemical plant etc

APPLICATIONS:-

  •  Pretreatment to all forms of Industrial water treatment
  • Potable Water treatment
  • Tertiary treatment
  • Reverse Osmosis plant pretreatment
  • Swimming pool water
  • Filtration of gray surface water
  • Pre filtration for membrane systems
  •  Filtration in swimming pools

Production of drinking water

WATER SOFTENING PLANT

Residential & Industrial Water Softener Plant

RRR ENVIRO SYSTEMS are dedicated to providing the best possible solutions for you and your home & your Industry. Our water softeners are well designed, reliable, tested and certified and offer unrivalled reliability to produce the most luxurious soft water for you and your industry.

Symptoms in Water

Common Causes

Possible Solutions

Grayish white film in sinks, tubs,dishes, reduced suds in laundry,frequent failure of water heaterelements, scale in teapots.

Hardness due to calcium and magnesium dissolved from bedrock. There is no drinking standard but ahardness level above about 120 mg/Lis most likely to cause these symptoms.

Ion exchange water softener (exchanges calcium and magnesium for sodium orPotassium).

Why buy from us?

We don’t send sales people to your home & industry and charge you a fortune! We provide top quality systems at competitive internet prices and a honest and reliable installation service. Infact you can be sure that by buying through us, you will save around 35-50% of the cost.

Why buy our water softener?

• Silky and smooth luxurious feel on the skin and hair
• Great for those with skin conditions
• Increase life of boilers, washing machines and all plumbing equipment
• Lower heating bills & better heating efficiency
• Reduction in the use of shampoos, soaps and cleaning products
• Softer feeling on clothes and towels
• Glassware will sparkle and shine
• Cleaning time around the home will be dramatically reduced
• One year warranty

WHAT IS THE PROBLEM WITH HARD WATER?

Lots and lots of scrubbing!

No matter how hard you scrub, lime scale and water marks will keep coming back. Lime scale removers are costly and only give you temporary results.

 

Damage to boilers and plumbing system
The build-up of lime scale in boilers forces them to work harder and less

efficiently and are a major cause in the breakdown of taps, boilers,

central heating systems, washing machines and dishwashers

 

Dry and itchy skin and dull and lifeless hair
Bathing in hard water can make your skin feel dry and itchy afterwards and can leave your hair feeling dry without any shine.

Showerheads and taps clogged with scale
Showerheads can easily clog up with scale and lose their effectiveness, which means constant cleaning and frequent replacements.

 

 Dull and lifeless glassware

After washing your glassware in hard water and leaving them to dry,

you will notice how dull and lifeless they look with little or no sparkle.

 WHY DO YOU NEED AWATER SOFTENER?

Save Money

You can save up to 50,000 per year on cleaning products (as soft water makes them go much further), central heating and plumbing maintenance costs and up to 10% of energy bills by making your heating system more efficient.

Less cleaning

You can keep your kitchen, bathrooms and shower rooms looking pristine for much longer than usual and say goodbye to stubborn water marks on shower screens, tiles and worktops, taps and soon.

Softer and smoother skin and silkier hair

You can make your skin and hair feel great and a difference you will notice instantly. Bathing in soft water is a luxurious experience and become and even better place to unwind and relax. Water softeners are also proven to help people with eczema and psoriasis and other sensitive skin conditions.

Alleviate eczema and dry skin conditions

Eczema, psoriasis and other skin conditions are helped greatly by soft water. Many of our customers use water softeners for these reasons and the vast majority report less itchiness and need to creams.

Make your glassware sparkle

Make your win glasses and glassware sparkle

 

HOW DOES IT WORK?

Water Softener Basics
Our water softeners use a process called ion exchange, which exchanges (or removes) calcium and magnesium ions, which cause scale, for sodium ions which make your water soft. The softener contains a bed of resin beads which hold sodium ions.
As the water passes through the softener, the resin beads attract and hold the magnesium and calcium ions and release the sodium ions, making the water lovely and soft. Once the ion exchange resins are saturated with hardness, the regeneration sequence
On the water softener begins through backwashing and a down flow flush to drain.

TYPES OF WATER SOFTENER

 

Residential Water Softener

250 LPH to 5,000 LPH

The Residential Softeners is a manually operated ion exchange unit designed especially for residential use. It is simple to operate, inexpensive to maintain and is widely used in the apartment, villa, guest house, residential complexes etc.
Commercial & Industrial Water Softener

1000 LPH to 50,000 LPH

Commercial & industrial Softeners are commonly used by all hotels, motels, laundries, restaurants and institutional facilities.
Industrial Softeners are generally used for high pressure boiler feed water makeup, product blending and cleaning processes by manufacturing firms in the aeronautic, elec-tronic, chemical, petroleum, industrial manufacturing, and food processing industries, etc. Many commercial, indus-trial and service operations will find these water softeners both practical and economic for their use.

 

User Benefits:

Air Conditioners and Cooling Towers: work more efficiently, don’t plug up with hard water deposits.

Boilers and Water Heaters : cost less to run, heat more efficiently, have less down time, last longer.
Plumbing Systems: operate at full flow, get fewer leaks, have longer life.

 

Stops Hard Water Scale: in heating and plumbing systems.

Eliminates Hard Water Deposits : from finished products, process reactions, rinsing and cleaning operations.

Activated Carbon Filter

ACTIVATED CARBON FILTER

Activated carbon is a natural material that may come from various substances such as wood, shells, and so on. Each type of carbon presents different characteristics depending on their origin so that it is possible to employ various kind of carbon in the same filter.
Main characteristics of filter with activated carbon are porosity and its ability to retain some substances, above all organic pollutants such as pesticide and industrial solvents. As some of them are reason of bad smell, colour and water flavour, activated carbons are mostly employed to treat disgusting waters.
Activated carbon employed on filtration process may be granular type, with a wide absorption surface thanks to their porous structure, or extruded blocks or pulverized carbon. It is anyway necessary to specify that filters with activated carbon are not useful for bacteria removal.
Periodically the activated carbon must be replaced because it becomes saturated. Then it will be sent to special Companies, which provide for its regeneration. Washing operation is still the same for quartz filtration section.

 

RRR ENVIRO SYSTEMS one of the Leading Activated Carbon Filter design, Manufacturers, Suppliers, Exporters, Erection & commissioning Company in Chennai Tamilnadu, India.

WATER COMPLAINT

  1. Colored water
  2. Bad Smell
  3. Chlorine, foul, odors and tastes
  4. Floating material
  5. Turbidity , cloudy, or dirty water.

SOLUTION

Activated Carbon Filter

WATER PRODUCTION

250 LPH   to 50,000 LPH

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

A typical Activated Carbon Filter consists of a pressure vessel – this could be either vertical or horizontal-fitted with a set of frontal pipe work and valves, graded sand supported by layers of graded under bed consisting of pebbles and silex, a top distributor to distribute the incoming water uniformly throughout the cross section of the filter, and an under drain system to collect filtered water. Fig 1 shows the arrangement of a vertical pressure sand filter

PURPOSE OF ACTIVATED CARBON FILTER

Activated Carbon Filter is highly recommended for the removal of suspended solids & un dissolved impurities like dust particles & heavy metals etc. ACF reduces turbidity.

Activated Carbon Filter is an ideal solution for the systems with high sediment, silt, sand, and turbidity. The sand filters are specially designed to take care of the range of suspended impurities. Our unique design ensures the maximum utilization of the surface area, lesser pressure drop across the pressure bed and effective elimination of the impurities.

SALIENT FEATURES:

  • Efficient Turbidity and TSS Removal
  • Filter up to 20 – 30 Microns
  • FRP, MSRL, MSEP & SS Vessel available.
  • Standard and effective multi grade sand media.
  • Low Pressure drop across the vessel
  • Air scouring available for high flow pressure vessel.
  • Manual, Semi Automatic and Automatic features are provided
  • Applications for sand filtration :
  • Preparation of cooling water
  • Treatment of waste water
  • Drinking water
  • Pre filtration for RO (membrane) systems
  • Filtration of gray or surface water

APPLICATIONS:

  •  Pretreatment to all forms of Industrial water treatment
  • Potable Water treatment
  • Filter high quantity of water
  • Thermoelectric power plants
  • Irrigation & farming
  • Aqua culture
  • Tertiary treatment
  • Reverse Osmosis plant pretreatment
  • Swimming pool water
  • Filtration of gray surface water
  • Pre filtration for membrane systems
  •  Filtration in swimming pools
  •  Production of drinking water
  • Treatment of waste water
  • Metal Recovery

ADVANTAGES:-

  • Easy to operate
  • Requires least maintenance
  • Excellent filter quality at higher flow rate than conventional ones
  • Low pressure drop
  • Required Less Space ,Can be used in depths as shallow as one foot, or as deep as 100 feet
  • Requires no tank modifications in most applications
  • Operates in turbulent liquid using optional tail pulley cage and tether assembly
  • Easy mounting and fast cleaning, with minimal maintenance
  • Minimum Maintenance

 

  Height W/O Height MOC Volume
ModelLPH Dia Base With Base   (Liters)
250 206 1115 1130 FRP 33
500 257 1115 1390 FRP  
1000 257 1375 1390 FRP 62
1500 308 1220 1240 FRP 74
1700 308 1320 1240 FRP  
2000 334 1370 1390 FRP 104
2500 334 1370 1390 FRP 104
2800 360 1620 1640 FRP 154
3000 410 1620 1640 FRP 185
3500 410 1620 1640 FRP 185
4000 470 1665 1902 FRP 253
4500 510 1760 1890 FRP 354
5000 550 1600 1842 FRP/MS/SS 333
6000 620 1800 2042 FRP/MS/SS 480
7000 775 1800 2054 FRP/MS/SS 740
7500 925 1800 2145 FRP/MS/SS 1071
8000 1075 1800 2148 FRP/MS/SS 1304
9000 1225 1800 2105 FRP/MS/SS 1808
9500 1378 1800 2148 FRP/MS/SS 1140
10000 1530 1800 2153 FRP/MS/SS 2756

PRESSURE SAND FILTER

PRESSURE SAND FILTER

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Water is pushed through the sand in the housing and is removed by a set of lateral tubes on the bottom.

The dirty water goes into the top of the filter, is pressed through the sand and exists out the bottom as clean water.

Ever had an “espresso” from a coffee place?

PRESSURE SAND FILTER

RRR ENVIRO SYSTEMS one of the Leading Pressure Sand Filter design, Manufacturers, Suppliers, Exporters, Erection & commissioning Company in Chennai Tamilnadu, India.

WATER COMPLAINT

  1. Colored water
  2. Bad Smell
  3. Chlorine, foul, odors and tastes
  4. Floating material
  5. Turbidity , cloudy, or dirty water.

SOLUTION

Pressure Sand Filter

WATER PRODUCTION

250 LPH   to 50,000 LPH

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

A typical pressure sand filter consists of a pressure vessel – this could be either vertical or horizontal-fitted with a set of frontal pipe work and valves, graded sand supported by layers of graded under bed consisting of pebbles and silex, a top distributor to distribute the incoming water uniformly throughout the cross section of the filter, and an under drain system to collect filtered water. Fig 1 shows the arrangement of a vertical pressure sand filter

PURPOSE PRESSURE SAND FILTERS

Pressure Sand Filter is highly recommended for the removal of suspended solids & un dissolved impurities like dust particles & heavy metals etc. PSF reduces turbidity.

Pressure Sand Filter is an ideal solution for the systems with high sediment, silt, sand, and turbidity. The sand filters are specially designed to take care of the range of suspended impurities. Our unique design ensures the maximum utilization of the surface area, lesser pressure drop across the pressure bed and effective elimination of the impurities.

SALIENT FEATURES:

  • Efficient Turbidity and TSS Removal
  • Filter up to 20 – 30 Microns
  • FRP, MSRL, MSEP & SS Vessel available.
  • Standard and effective multi grade sand media.
  • Low Pressure drop across the vessel
  • Air scouring available for high flow pressure vessel.
  • Manual, Semi Automatic and Automatic features are provided
  • Applications for sand filtration :
  • Preparation of cooling water
  • Treatment of waste water
  • Drinking water
  • Pre filtration for RO (membrane) systems
  • Filtration of gray or surface water

APPLICATIONS:-

  •  Pretreatment to all forms of Industrial water treatment
  • Potable Water treatment
  • Filter high quantity of water
  • Thermoelectric power plants
  • Irrigation & farming
  • Aqua culture
  • Tertiary treatment
  • Reverse Osmosis plant pretreatment
  • Swimming pool water
  • Filtration of gray surface water
  • Pre filtration for membrane systems
  •  Filtration in swimming pools
  •  Production of drinking water
  • Treatment of waste water
  • Metal Recovery

ADVANTAGES:-

  • Easy to operate
  • Requires least maintenance
  • Excellent filter quality at higher flow rate than conventional ones
  • Low pressure drop
  • Required Less Space ,Can be used in depths as shallow as one foot, or as deep as 100 feet
  • Requires no tank modifications in most applications
  • Operates in turbulent liquid using optional tail pulley cage and tether assembly
  • Easy mounting and fast cleaning, with minimal maintenance
  • Minimum Maintenance

 

 

Height W/O Height MOC Volume
ModelLPH Dia Base With Base (Liters)
250 206 1115 1130 FRP 33
500 257 1115 1390 FRP
1000 257 1375 1390 FRP 62
1500 308 1220 1240 FRP 74
1700 308 1320 1240 FRP
2000 334 1370 1390 FRP 104
2500 334 1370 1390 FRP 104
2800 360 1620 1640 FRP 154
3000 410 1620 1640 FRP 185
3500 410 1620 1640 FRP 185
4000 470 1665 1902 FRP 253
4500 510 1760 1890 FRP 354
5000 550 1600 1842 FRP/MS/SS 333
6000 620 1800 2042 FRP/MS/SS 480
7000 775 1800 2054 FRP/MS/SS 740
7500 925 1800 2145 FRP/MS/SS 1071
8000 1075 1800 2148 FRP/MS/SS 1304
9000 1225 1800 2105 FRP/MS/SS 1808
9500 1378 1800 2148 FRP/MS/SS 1140
10000 1530 1800 2153 FRP/MS/SS 2756

 

Water Treatment Plant

Water Treatment Plant

We design, manufacturing Erection & commissioning of water treatment plants for varied industries on turnkey basis in Chennai Tamilnadu India.

 RRR ENVIRO SYSTEMS offers a wide variety of options for purification of water from different sources either from surface water sources or ground water sources.

Water Quality Parameters Source of contamination Treatment Methods
  1. Colour

Source of contamination :

Color in water is usually due to organic material, which is usually extracted from decaying vegetation. Color is common in surface water supplies, while it is virtually non-existent in spring water and deep wells. Color in water may also be the result of natural metallic ions (iron and manganese).

Treatment Methods:

Color is removed by chemical feed, RRR retention and filtration. RRR Activated carbon filtration will work most effectively to remove color in general.

2.      Odor

Source of contamination

Odor problems of many different types can be encountered in drinking water. Troublesome compounds may result from biological growth or industrial activities. Tastes and odors can be caused by mineral contaminants in the water, such as the salty taste of water when chlorides are 500 mg or above, or the rotten egg odor caused by hydrogen sulfide. Odor in the drinking water is usually caused by blue-green algae. Moderate concentrations of algae in the water can cause it to have a grassy, rnusty or spicy odor.

Treatment of Odor

RRR Activated carbon has an excellent history of success in treating taste and odor problems. The life of the carbon depends on the presence of organics competing for sites and the concentration of the odor-causing compound.

  1. Taste

Source of Taste

Generally, individuals have a more acute sense of smell than taste. Taste problems in water come from total dissolved solids (TDS) and the presence of such metals as iron, copper, manganese, or zinc. Magnesium chloride and magnesium bicarbonate are significant in terms of taste. Fluoride may also cause a distinct taste. Taste and odor problems of many different types can be encountered in drinking water.

Treatment of Taste

Taste and odor can be removed by oxidation-reduction or by RRR activated carbon adsorption. Chlorine is the most common oxidant used in water treatment, but is only partially effective on taste and odor. Activated carbon has an excellent history of success in treating taste and odor problems. The life of the carbon depends on the presence of organics competing for sites and the concentration of the taste and odor-causing compound.

  1. Turbidity

Source of Turbidity

Turbidity is the term given to anything that is suspended in a water supply. It is found in most surface waters, but usually doesn’t exist in ground waters except in shallow wells and springs after heavy rains. Turbidity gives the water a cloudy appearance or shows up as dirty sediment. Un dissolved materials such as sand, clay, silt or suspended iron contribute to turbidity.

Treatment of Turbidity

Typically turbidity can be reduced to 75 microns with a cyclone separator, then reduced down to 20 micron with standard backwashable filter, Turbidity can be reduced to 10 micron with a multimedia filter. RRR Cartridge filters of various sizes are also available down into the submicron range. RRR Ultra filtration also reduces the turbidity levels of process water.

  1. Total Hardness, CaCO3

Source of Hardness

Hard water is found over 80% of the India. The hardness of a water supply is determined by the content of calcium and magnesium salts. Calcium and magnesium combine with bicarbonates, sulfates, chlorides, and nitrates to form these salts. The calcium and magnesium salts, which form hardness, are divided into two categories: 1) Temporary Hardness (containing carbonates), and 2) Permanent Hardness (containing non-carbonates). Below find listings of the various combinations of permanent and temporary hardness along with their chemical formula and some information on each.
Temporary Hardness Salts

  1. Calcium Carbonate (CaCO3) – Known as limestone, rare in water supplies. Causes alkalinity in water.
  2. Calcium Bicarbonate [Ca (HCO3) 2] – Forms when water containing CO2 comes in contact with limestone. Also causes alkalinity in water. When heated CO. is released and the calcium bicarbonate reverts to calcium carbonate thus forming scale.
  3. Magnesium Carbonate (MgCO3) – Known as magnesite with properties similar to calcium carbonate.
  4. Magnesium Bicarbonate [Mg (HCO3)2] – Similar to calcium bicarbonate in its properties.

Permanent Hardness Salts

  • Calcium Sulfate (CaSO4) – Know as gypsum, used to make plaster of paris. Will precipitate and form scale in boilers when concentrated.
  • Calcium Chloride (CaCI2) – Reacts in boiler water to produce a low pH as follows: CaC1, + 2HOH ==> Ca(OH)2+2HC1
  • Magnesium Sulfate (MgSO4) – Commonly known as epsom salts, may have laxative effect if great enough quantity is in the water.
  • Magnesium Chloride (MgCI2) – Similar in properties to calcium chloride.

Treatment of Temporary Hardness

Softeners can remove compensated hardness up to a practical limit of 300 Mg/l. If the hardness is above 600 mg/l or the sodium to hardness ratio is greater than 33%, then economy salt settings cannot be used. If the hardness is high, then the sodium will be high after softening, and may require that reverse osmosis be used for producing drinking water

  1. Iron (Fe)

Source of Iron

Iron occurs naturally in ground waters in three forms, Ferrous Iron (clear waste iron), Ferric Iron (red water iron), and Heme Iron.

Treatment of Iron

Ferrous iron (clear water iron) can be removed with a softener provided it is less than 0.5 ppm for each liter of hardness and the pH of the water is greater than 6.8. If the ferrous iron is more than 5.0 ppm, it must be converted to ferric iron by contact with a oxidizing agent such as chlorine, before it can be removed by mechanical filtration. Ferric iron (red water iron) can simply be removed by mechanical filtration. Heme iron can be removed by an organic scavenger anion resin, or by oxidation with chlorine followed by mechanical filtration. Oxidizing agents such as chlorine will also kill iron bacteria if it is present

  1. Chloride (Cl)

Source of Chloride

Chloride (Cl-1) is one of the major anions found in water and are generally combined with calcium, magnesium, or sodium. Since almost all chloride salts are highly soluble in water, the chloride content ranges from 10 to 100 mg/I. Sea water contains over 30,000 mg/i as NaC1. Chloride is associated with the corrosion of piping because of the compounds formed with it; for example, magnesium chloride can generate hydrochloric acid when heated. Corrosion rates and the iron dissolved into the water from piping increases as the sodium chloride content of the water is increased. The chloride ion is instrumental in breaking down passivating films that protect ferrous metals and alloys from corrosion, and is one of the main causes for the pitting corrosion of stainless steel. The SMCL (suggested maximum contaminant level) for chloride is 250 mg/l which is due strictly to the objectionable salty taste produced in drinking water.

Treatment of Chloride

Reverse Osmosis will remove 90 – 95% of the chlorides because of its salt rejection capabilities. Electrodialysis and distillation are two more processes that can be used to reduce the chloride content of water. Strong base anion exchanger which is the later portion of a two-column deionizer does an excellent job at removing chlorides for industrial applications.

  1. Fluoride (F)

Source of Fluoride

Fluoride (F+) is a common constituent of many minerals. Municipal water treatment plants commonly add fluoride to the water for prevention of tooth decay, and maintain a level of 1.5 – 2.5 mg/l. Concentrations above 5 mg/l are detrimental to tooth structure. High concentrations are contained in waste water from the manufacture of glass and steel, as well as from foundry operations. Organic fluorine is present in vegetables, fruits, and nuts. Inorganic fluorine, under the name of sodium fluoride, is a waste product of aluminum and is used in some rat poisons. The BIS established for drinking water by the IS 10500 is 1.0 mg/l.

Treatment of Fluoride

Fluoride can be reduced by anion exchange. Adsorption by calcium phosphate, magnesiumiydroxide or activated carbon will also reduce the fluoride content of drinking water. Reverse osmosis will remove 93 – 95% of the fluoride.

  1. pH

Source of pH

The term “pH” is used to indicate acidity or alkalinity of a given solution. It is not a measure of the quantity of acid or alkali, but rather a measure of the relationship of the acid to the alkali. The pH value of a solution describes its hydrogen-ion activity. The pH scale ranges between O and 14.
Typically all natural waters fall within the range of 6.0 to 8.0 pH. A value of 7.0 is considered to be a neutral pH. Values below 7.0 are acidic and values above 7.0 are alkaline. The pH value of water will decrease as the content of CO2 increases, and will increase as the content of bicarbonate alkalinity increases. The ratio of carbon dioxide and bicarbonate alkalinity (within the range of 3.6 to 8.4) is an indication of the pH value of the water. Water with a pH value of 3.5 or below, generally contains mineral acids such as sulfuric or hydrochloric acid.

Treatment of pH

The pH can be raised by feeding sodium hydroxide (caustic soda), sodium carbonate (soda ash), sodium bicarbonate, potassium hydroxide, etc. into the water stream. A neutralizing filter containing Calcite (calcium carbonate – CaCO3

  1. Total Dissolved Solids

Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) consist mainly of carbonates, bicarbonates, chlorides, sulfates, phosphates, nitrates, calcium, magnesium, sodium, potassium, iron, manganese, and a few others. They do not include gases, colloids, or sediment. The TDS can be estimated by measuring the specific conductance of the water. Dissolved solids in natural waters range from less than 10 mg/l for rain to more than 100,000 mg/I for brines. Since TDS is the sum of all materials dissolved in the water, it has many different mineral sources. The chart below indicates the TDS from various sources.

Total Disolved Solid (mg/l)
Distilled Water (0)
Two-column Deionizer Water (8)
Rain and Snow (10)
Lake Michigan (170)
Average rivers in the U.S. (210)
Missouri River (360)
Pecos River (2,600)
Oceans (35,000)
Brine Well (125,000)
Dead Sea (250,000)

High levels of total dissolved solids can adversely industrial applications requiring the use of water such as cooling tower operations; boiler feed water, food and beverage industries, and electronics manufacturers. High levels of chloride and sulfate will accelerate corrosion of metals. The BIS has a suggested level of 500 mg/l listed in the IS 10500 Drinking Water Standards.

Treatment of Total Dissolved Solids

TDS reduction is accomplished by reducing the total amount in the water. This is done during the process of deionization or with reverse osmosis. Electrodiaiysis will also reduce the TDS.

11.  Chlorine

Source of Chlorine

Chlorine is the most commonly used agent for the disinfection of water supplies. Chlorine is a strong oxidizing agent capable of reacting with many impurities in water including ammonia, proteins, amino acids, iron, and manganese. The amount of chlorine required to react with these substances is called the chlorine demand. Liquid chlorine is sodium hypochlorite. Household liquid bleach is 5% sodium hypochlorite. Chlorine in the form of a solid is calcium hypochlorite. When chlorine is added to water, a variety of chloro-compounds are formed.

Treatment of Chlorine

Chlorinated water can be dosed with sulfite-bisulfite-sulfur dioxide or passed through a activated carbon filter. Activated carbon will remove 880,000 ppm of free chlorine per cubic foot of media

  1. Calcium (Ca)

Source of Calcium

Calcium is the major component of hardness in water and is usually in the range of 5 – 500 mg/l, as CaCO3. Calcium is derived from nearly all rock, but the greatest concentrations come from limestone and gypsum. Calcium ions are the principal cations in most natural waters. Calcium reduction is required in treating cooling tower makeup. Complete removal is required in metal finishing, textile operations, and boiler feed applications.

Treatment of Calcium

Calcium, as with all hardness, can be removed with a simple sodium form cation exchanger (softener). Reverse Osmosis will remove 95% – 98% of the calcium in the water. Electrodialysis and Ultrafiltration also will remove calcium. Calcium can also be removed with the hydrogen form cation exchanger portion of a deionizer system

  1. Magnesium (Mg)

Source of Magnesium

Magnesium (Mg+2) hardness is usually approximately 33% of the total hardness of a particular water supply. Magnesium is found in many minerals, including dolomite, magnesite, and many types of clay. It is in abundance in sea water where its’ concentration is five (5) times the amount of calcium. Magnesium carbonate is seldom a major component of in scale. However, it must be removed along with calcium where soft water is required for boiler make-up, or for process applications.

Treatment of Magnesium

Magnesium may be reduced to less than 1 mg/i with the use of a softener or purification exchanger in hydrogen form. Also see “Hardness”.

  1. Copper (Cu)

Source of Copper

Copper (Cu-3) in drinking water can be derived from rock weathering, however the principal sources are the corrosion of brass and copper piping and the addition of copper salts when treating water supplies for algae control. The body for proper nutrition requires copper. Insufficient amounts of copper lead to iron deficiency. However, high doses of copper can cause liver damage or anemia. The taste threshold for copper in drinking water is 0.05 mg/l. The BIS has proposed a maximum contaminant level (IS 10500) of 0.05 mg/l for copper.

Treatment of Copper

Copper can be reduced or removed with sodium form strong acid cation resin (softener) dependent on the concentration. If the cation resin is regenerated with acid performance will be enhanced. Reverse osmosis or electrodialysis will remove 97 – 98% of the copper in the water supply. Activated carbon filtration will also remove copper by adsorption

  1. Manganese (Mn)

Source of Manganese

Manganese (Mg+4, Mn+2) is present in many soils and sediments as well as in rocks whose structures have been changed by heat and pressure.

Treatment of Manganese

Removal of manganese can be done by ion exchange (sodium form cation – softener) or chemical oxidation – retention – filtration. Birm filter with air injection will reduce manganese if pH is 8.0 to 8.5. Chemical feed (chlorine, potassium permanganate, or hydrogen peroxide) followed by 20 minutes retention and then filtered with birm, greensand, carbon, or Filter Ag will also remove the manganese

Sulphate (SO4)Source of Sulfate

Sulfate (SO4) occurs in almost all natural water.

Treatment of Sulfate

Reverse osmosis will reduce the sulfate content by 97 – 98%. Sulfates can also be reduced with a strong base anion exchanger, which is normally the last half of a two-column deionizer.

  1. Nitrate (NO3)

Source of Nitrate

Nitrate (NO3) comes into water supplies through the nitrogen cycle rather than via dissolved minerals. It is one of the major ions in natural waters.

Treatment of Nitrate

Reverse osmosis will remove 92 – 95% of the nitrates and/or nitrites. Anion exchange resin will also remove both as will distillation

  1. Arsenic (As)

Source of Arsenic

Arsenic (As) is not easily dissolved in water, therefore, if it is found in a water supply, it usually comes from mining or metallurgical operations or from runoff from agricultural areas where materials containing arsenic were used as industrial poisons.

Treatment of Arsenic

If in an inorganic form, arsenic can be removed or reduced by conventional water treatment processes. Reverse Osmosis has a 90% removal rate, and Distillation will remove 98%.

  1. Pesticides

Source of Pesticides

Pesticides are common synthetic organic chemicals (SOCs). Pesticides reach surface and well water supplies from the runoff in agricultural areas where they are used.

Treatment of Pesticides

Activated carbon filtration is the most effective way to remove organics whether synthetic (like pesticides) or natural. Ultrafiltration will also remove organic compounds. Reverse osmosis will remove 97 – 99% of the pesticides.

19.  Viruses

Source of Viruses

Viruses are infectious organisms that range in size from 10 to 25 nanometers [1 nanometer one billionth (10-9) of a meter].Viruses depend totally on living cells and lack an independent metabolism. There are over 100 types of enteric viruses. Enteric viruses are the viruses that infect humans.
Virus (Disease)
Enteroviruses (Polio, Aseptic meningitis, and Encephalitis)
Reoviruses (Upper respiratory and gastrointestinal illness)
Rotaviruses (Gastroenteritis)
Adenoviruses (Upper respiratory and gastrointestinal illness)
Hepatitis A (Infectious)
Norwalk-type (Gastroenteritis)

Treatment of Viruses

Chemical oxidation / disinfection is the preferred treatment. Ozone or iodine may also be utilized as oxidizing agents. Ultraviolet sterilization or distillation may also be used for the treatment of viruses.

  1. Bacteria

Source of Bacteria

Bacteria are tiny organisms occurring naturally in water. Not all types of bacteria are harmful. Many organisms found in water are of no health concern since they do not cause disease. Biological contamination may be separated into two groups: (1) pathogenic (disease causing) and (2) non-pathogenic (not disease causing). Pathogenic bacteria cause illnesses such as typhoid fever, dysentery, gastroenteritis, infectious hepatitis, and cholera. Treatment of Bacteria

Bacteria can be treated by microfiltration, reverse osmosis, ultrafiltration, or chemical oxidation and disinfection. Ultraviolet sterilization will also kill bacteria; but turbidity, color, and organic impurities interfere with the transmission of ultraviolet energy and may decrease the disinfection efficiency below levels to insure destruction. Reverse Osmosis will remove over 99% of the bacteria in a drinking water system

12.  Silica

Source of Silica

Silica (SiO2) is an oxide of silicon, and is present in almost all minerals: It is found in surface and well water in the range of 1 – 100 mg/l.

Treatment of Silica

The anion exchange portion of the demineralization process can remove Silica. Reverse osmosis will reject 85 – 90% of the silica content in the water

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