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Media Filter Water Treatment

Media Filter Water Treatment

Media filter water treatment is a low-maintenance method that removes many solids from water or wastewater. When water moves through the filter medium, it eliminates solids from the liquid, which is known as media filtration. Media filter water treatment from BioChem Water is used to remove various small particles, including silt, iron, chlorine, and organic compounds. Fine sand makes up the top surface of the filter media, which traps fine particles.

The underlying layers in media filter water treatment support the sand and enable efficient drainage of the filtered water. The water source will determine the type of media required, and the procedure and amount of time it takes for water to move through a water filtration system are determined by the water’s intended use.

Media filter water treatment is appropriate for a wide range of water systems, including industrial and commercial applications.

Various pollutants may end up in your system, relying on where your water is coming from. BioChem Water‘s media filter water treatment systems can eliminate some of the most severe contaminants from your water supply.

This includes:

  • Iron
  • Chlorine
  • Sediment
  • Organics
  • Solids

Groundwater leaks are often blamed for the presence of pollutants, sediment and organic materials, which can result in poor water quality in your facility.

A multimedia filter’s filtration degree is determined mainly by the filter media and the flow (velocity) through the filter.

Having a reliable, well-functioning water treatment system will make all the difference. Media filter water treatment from BioChem Water has accomplished everything from maintaining your closed water loop machinery smoothly to keeping your manufacturing water clean.

BioChem Water, with over 30 years of experience, offers a comprehensive range of filtration approaches to satisfy the challenging and diverse needs of businesses and municipalities.