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Active carbon filtration plants, , Primary water treatment plants, drinking water and desalination plants, Water destined to human consumption, or for industrial uses, can contain unwelcome chemical elements, like excess chlorine, chloroammine, solvents, oils, pesticides, substances which provoke bad odours and tastes.


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WATER PURIFICATION ENGINEERING > PRIMARY WATER TREATMENT PLANTS, DRINKING WATER AND DESALINATION PLANTS
Active carbon filtration plants
 
active carbon filtration plants, series CAA and CAV
active carbon filtration plants, series CAA and CAV
Water destined to human consumption, or for industrial uses, can contain unwelcome chemical elements, like excess chlorine, chloroammine, solvents, oils, pesticides, substances which provoke bad odours and tastes. 
Active carbon filters act like chemical-physical absorbtion towards treated elements and for its characteristics are used even in discharge water for the reduction of COD, colour, etc.

How active carbon filtration plants, series CAA and CAV, work
Active carbon can be of vegetal and mineral nature and are granular shaped, contained inside a cylinder, where the water to be treated passes. 
Their absorbing capacity depends on the treated substances and when exhausted they have to be substituted, but now and then a layer backwashing to avoid the formation of lumps, that can be invalidate the correct filter functioning.
 
Filters are essentially made of cylinders containing active carbon and of a valve group, which permit the normal working and the backwashing operations.
The working and the active carbon backwashing is managed automatically by a command panel and by valves suitably dimensioned; in some cases filters can be manual and these operations must be manually done.





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