Water Treatment Process (Screening)

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Water Treatment Process (Screening)

  1. 1. WATER TREATMENT PROCESS Water treatment is the process of removing pollutants from raw water to produce safe water for human use in chemical and bacteria. Water should also be aesthetically acceptable, free from turbidity, smell and unpleasant color.
  2. 2. screening Initially, wood chips, leaves, aquatic plants and floating impurities are removed by the screening process. After the screening, a more compact suspended material will be removed to allow water to flow through the chamber in which it will settle to the bottom.
  3. 3. The purpose of screening process Restrict the entry of suspended solids such as garbage in the water treatment plant. Prevent pump, pipe and equipment from clogging or damage. Launched a water course for the next process.
  4. 4. types of filtersCOARSE FILTER To filter materials such as the larger floating garbage and twigs.FINE FILTER To remove floating materials such smaller water plants, leaves and so forth.
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