Hydro-dis water treatment technology

Monday, 25 July, 2016 | Supplied by: Hydro-dis Water Treatment Systems



Hydro-dis has developed water treatment technology that provides immediate disinfection and is said to improve the efficiency of metal removal. It also provides residual chlorine, which reduces contamination after treatment and gives the water a level that meets the standard of drinking water.

The treatment technology uses in situ electrocatalytic generation of chlorine to disinfect water and can be used for various industries to treat potable water, non-potable water and wastewater. The technique creates chloride ions from salt already present in the water even when it is present in very small amounts, making it suitable for freshwater and saltwater sources.

The machine can be attached to a pipe so that dirty water flows in one end, is treated and then flows out the other side clean. Systems are scalable and can churn up to 10 million litres a day. The device also works to prevent scaling and fouling.

The product is suitable for rural communities which may otherwise use gas plants to treat water. If this gas runs out, it has to be replenished, with trucks travelling out to refill the gas station. Hydro-dis technology does not require additional raw materials such as gas because it used minerals and salts already in the water to fuel the process.

Online: www.hydro-dis.com.au
Phone: 1300 794 987
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