Minimum Order Quantity: 1 Piece
|Packaging Size||Depends on the Capacity of Plant|
|Grade Standard||Technical Grade|
|Material||Depends on the contents present in Water|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
Colour in water can be caused by a number of natural dissolved organics including humic and fulvic acids, natural tannins along with synthetic chemical dyes.In order for the affected water supply to be acceptable for consumers and industrial processes, the colour must be removed.The presence of colour in wastewater can be caused by various manufacturing processes. Not only can colour affect the aesthetic value of water, if coloured wastewater is discharged to nature, photosynthesis activity is limited which is proven to cause detrimental effects on aquatic ecosystems.Due to this risk, standards measured in Hazen Units (HU) or Platinum Cobalt Units (PCU) provide guidance on the safe level of colour in discharged waters. By implementing an advanced onsite treatment process to remove hard-to-treat dyes and colour causing chemicals, you will avoid regulatory fines and reputational damage. Businesses that use water in their manufacturing processes have a responsibility to ensure that any water discharged into the environment or local sewer has been treated and meets discharge regulations or directives.
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