Mineral Water Plant

The Mineral Water Plant is a purification plant that purifies water supply in the presence of heavy metals, toxic heavy metals, VOCs, lead, and other contaminants. It is a one-stage selective filtration device that uses activated carbon to remove contaminants, and ion exchange to replace the lost ions (in the case of minerals). In the process, it transforms the minerals such as calcium, magnesium, potassium, and sodium into sodium and chloride ions, and re-mineralizes the water. This process ensures the absence of chemical contaminants and the ideal electrolyte content of the water.

There are different types of mineral water used in various industries such as pharmaceuticals, agriculture, drinking water, manufacturing industry, etc. The technology is used in the processing plants to convert liquids into various forms. It is one of the most advanced techniques and is being used successfully in various industries to ensure clean and safe drinking liquid. There are certain important facts that one should know before investing in this type of machine for home use.

The activated carbon filter must be attached to a large tank, which has the capacity to hold the required amount of liquid to be purified. This will prevent the occurrence of backflow issues when the filtered liquid is flowing through the unit. The minerals should be replaced regularly to maintain the ideal pH level of the liquid and to improve its taste.