Water treatment system
A system for treating water supplied to a steam generator is designed to prevent the formation of limescale and corrosion caused by dissolved gases.
The treatment involves softening with ion exchange resins and chemical removal of oxygen by dosing a conditioning agent. All materials are non-toxic and suitable for contact with drinking water.
A computerized automatic softener system operates on the basis of signals issued by a pulse counter in accordance with two operating modes:
- The mitigation
- consists of two columns that are regenerated in turn, so when one column is running, the second is in regeneration and then in standby mode. Thus, it provides a continuous supply of purified water.
The entire water treatment process can be divided into several stages.
- Lighting . At the lighting stage, suspended impurities are removed on mechanical filters or pressure filters for lighting. Also, to bind and enlarge colloidal inclusions in front of pressure filters, stations are used for automatic dosing of special reagents - coagulants and flocculants.
- Iron removal and demanganization . The increased content of manganese and iron ions in water is one of the main causes of corrosion of equipment and communications. To date, the possibility of using inert and catalytic filtering materials as a pressure filter charge with or without previous oxidation allows us to achieve complete purification of the source water from these impurities.
- pH correction is one of the possible ways to protect equipment and communications from water corrosion. Held as needed.
ETATRON water treatment system in a cottage using a high performance reverse osmosis system.