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  • Saline electrolysis

Hydrolysis. Literally means destruction, decomposition or change of a chemical substance by water. In the study of aqueous electrolyte solutions, the term applies especially to hydrolysis reactions of cations (positive ions) in water to produce a weak base or the anions (negative ions) to produce a weak acid. Then we say that the salt of a weak acid or a weak base or both, of a weak acid and a weak base, is hydrolyzed. The degree of hydrolysis is the fraction of the ion that reacts with water. The solvolysis term is used generally to reactions between solutes and solvents.

Treatment flow: 0,5 m3/h – 100 m3/h

 

  • Ultraviolet

Water disinfection by ultraviolet (UV) is a physical process, this process does not alter the chemical composition or the taste or odor. Disinfection security U.V. is scientifically proven and is a safe, effective, environmentally friendly alternative to other methods of water disinfection. The U.V. radiation is one of the bands of the electromagnetic spectrum and has more energy than visible light. Ray irradiation with U.V. of germs in the water causes a series of damage to their DNA molecule, preventing cell division and causing its death.

Treatment flow: 2 m3/h – 600 m3/h

 

  • Ozone

Normally used after the water has passed through the ultraviolet rays to remove the radiation from these, although implementation may be individual, is a gas that is injected into the water as directly as possible in combination with air, when contact with the water is carried out the oxidation of organic and inorganic compounds is produced, destroying and preventing the formation of algae.

The effectiveness of disinfection by ozone depends on the amount used and time of contact with water. One of the main differences compared to other methods is its environmentally friendly character. Contaminants, odors, colors and microorganisms are destroyed by ozone directly without damaging the treated product and without producing wastes.

Treatment flow: 0,5 m3/h – 1000 m3/h

 

  • Chlorination

Chlorination is the primary water disinfection procedure. In that procedure chlorine compounds are used, it has germicidal action that removes some bacteria, fungi and algae. Furthermore chlorination maintains a balance of the population of pathogenic microorganisms that might be in the water.

 

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