NIRA’s provides extensive range of water treatment technologies that enable customization of water solution to every client coming from various fields.
The filtration process involves water passing through filters that have varied pore sizes and are made of different materials (e.g. charcoal, gravel, and sand). The filters would remove dissolved particles and germs in the water.
The clarification process takes away suspended solids through gravity settling, producing a clarified liquid effluent. There is a wide range of clarification solutions and NIRA chooses the right clarification technology for your specified industrial water need.
Ultrafiltration process can be used as an addition or as a substitute for traditional filtration. The filter in the ultrafiltration method only allows water and extremely small molecules (e.g. salts) to pass through as the filter membrane has a very small pore size.
Ion Exchange is a specialized technology that can eliminate dissolved ions and contaminants from water. By allowing ion exchange resins attract undesirable ions in water and exchange them with more desirable ions, the system effectively purifies and improves water quality.
Reverse Osmosis (RO)
Reverse osmosis can be considered as a variation of filtration method that removes additional particles from water. The RO technology is widely used in wastewater recycling, water treatment to produce demineralized water, and treating salt water for drinking.
Activated Carbon (AC)
Activated Carbon filters function mainly to absorb pollutants and eliminate taste and odors in water treatment systems, including organic compounds such as volatile organic compounds, pesticides, and benzene.
Electrodialysis (ED) is a technique that relies on an electric field gradient and can be used to separate minerals from feed water solution. This technology is primarily used for brackish water desalination and removal of hardness from industrial wastewater.