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What is a Raw Water Treatment System and How Does it Work?

For industrial companies using a raw water source for its facility, some type of raw water treatment system is usually necessary to ensure an efficient process and quality product. The most appropriate raw water treatment system will help the facility avoid costly plant downtime,water treatment chemicals exporters expensive maintenance fees, and not being able to sell its products in the market, among other problematic issues.

But what is a raw water treatment system and how does it work?

The complex answer to this question (which largely depends on the quality of the raw water source in relation to the quality of water needed for the plant) is simplified and broken down for you below:A raw water treatment system is a system made up of several individual technologies that address your specific raw water treatment needs.

Treating raw water is rarely a static process, and a raw water treatment system that is engineered to accommodate fluctuations in treatment needs will go a long way in avoiding costly replacements/upgrades down the line.Depending on the needs of your plant and process, these standard components are usually adequate, however, if your plant requires a system that provides a bit more customization, there might be some features or technologies you will need to add on.

Raw water (untreated water found naturally in the environment) can come from many sources, including rivers, lakes, oceans, or groundwater. Usually, when an industrial plant draws in the water from their surface water source, they pull it in (with pipes or by gravity) through a mesh screen or grate to eliminate the larger objects, such as twigs, leaves, and fish. The water is then pumped to the main facility where treatment begins.
  • Created: Jun 21 '17
  • Admin: li