Ion Exchange LAB Q Integrated Laboratory Water Purification System
Obtaining pure and clear water has become a major challenge these days due to the increasing pollution, degradation, industrial development etc. The unpure water contains suspended particulates, micro-oragnisms, organic matters, oils, chemicals, and many more have become the major pollutants of pure water. Consumption or use of such polluted water will lead to various hazardous effects. Hence now to obtain pure water, purification systems have been developed.
Water purification is a process where in all the undesirable elements are removed using various physical and chemical methods from the polluted water and the water obtained will be pure and can be used for all purposes. Various physical process involves, filtration, sedimentation, RO systems. Chemical methods involve flocculation, chlorination. UV Rays are used to kill microbes.
Depending on the use of water, purity standards have been set. Usually for Pharmaceutical use, Ultra-Pure water must be used and for general purposes pure or less pure water can be used.