Filtration systems for chemical businesses

Plants for busnissess in the chemical sector

Idro Group is specialized in designing and manufacturing water filtration plants for chemical companies – companies that use large amounts of water and that also produce much waste, which needs to be treated and disposed of in the best way to prevent waste and reduce costs while respecting regulations. A reliable and intelligent system for the management of the disposal and recycling of water ensures time and money savings, reduces water leaks and related costs by optimizing performance. Idro Group boasts an excellent understanding of the entire production process of the chemical sector, and is always searching for innovations both in relation to waste water and its reuse.

Systems for the chemical sector designed by Idro Group

Each of the many types of incoming (as well as outgoing) water can be treated, filtered, and preserved to obtain great high-quality water and with the proper characteristics, it can even be clean and/or reusable in the production cycle – or properly filtered to be safely disposed of. This is important in the chemical industry which uses large amounts of water for very delicate processes.

Idro Group designs and manufactures water treatment and recycling systems and plants for businesses in the chemical sector, with the specific needs of the client in mind. The water treatment systems are made with high-tech components to help reduce waste as well as operating costs and guarantee perfect functioning over time. Thanks to the flexibility and modularity of the components used, Idro Group is one of the best suppliers of water treatment systems for companies and all types of clients.

Solutions offered by the company

Physio-chemical plants are needed to purify water deriving from different types of processes and are generally made up of a carbon steel monobloc with a reaction/coagulation tank, a settling tank, an active charcoal filtration column, and bag filters for the sludge; they can also be installed externally. Through a submersible pump, the plants receive the sewage directly from the slurry pits where the grit and oil removal take place, the water arrives in the reaction/flocculation compartment where it comes into contact with the substances contained in the chemical reagent and automatic pH testing tanks. Clarified water is carried to an activated charcoal filtration column and subsequently sent to the drain.

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If you need more details about water treatment systems for the chemical sector, don't hesitate to contact us through the form found in the contacts section. We'll be happy to provide detailed information as soon as possible.

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