Preparation of drinking water

Treatment of drinking water is usually carried out using different types of filtration (membrane or sand filtration) and other additional technological procedures as necessary, depending on the quality of “raw” drinking water.

The main problems are usually:

  • increased opacity,
  • Microbiological contamination (in terms of: Giardia sp., Cryptosporidium sp., Escherichia coli, total aerobic bacteria count and total aerobic mesophilic bacteria count).
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The method chosen for treatment of drinking water must therefore provide:

  • an appropriate capacity of prepared drinking water,
  • an unobstructed continuous supply,
  • opacity below 1 NTU,
  • removal of microorganisms (99.9%): Cryptosporidium sp., Giardia sp. and Escherichia coli.

Our recommended system of preparation of drinking water is based on removal of suspended particles (including microorganisms) from the water through the filtration process. Lately, membrane filtration – microfiltration/ultrafiltration has been used for filtration.

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Our recommended system of preparation of drinking water is based on removal of suspended particles (including microorganisms) from the water through the filtration process. Lately, membrane filtration – microfiltration/ultrafiltration has been used for filtration.

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