In many applications, the quality of the required water must be pure. To do this, it is necessary to carry out a demineralization process that is based on the elimination of inorganic ions (calcium and magnesium mainly) present in the influent to obtain a high quality in the treated water.
To achieve it, our plants carry out water treatment through ion exchange resins, which absorb and accumulate the ions contained even in the most diluted solutions. Once the quality reached in the effluent is not adequate, the automatic cleaning system regenerates the resins by means of acid and basic dissolutions to meet the specifications established by the customer.
UF plants manufactured by Keiken Engineering are able to ensure the elimination of pollutants in the order of organic compounds, virus, colloids and bacteria. This is due to the use of membranes with a pore size between 0.1 and 0.01 micron, which determine the name of this physical separation treatment.
We can guarantee a high quality water for different uses (reuse, reverse osmosis pretreatment, etc.), stability in permeate, low space requirements and modularity. In addition, our plants are equipped with an automatic membrane washing equipment. It allows always work in the best operating conditions required by the process.