Fluorides effluent treatment plant
CIE’s fluorides effluent treatment plant is able to meet environmental law standards, thanks to innovative technologies. Its technologies indeed purify water from pollutants derived from heavy metals.
Exposure to excess free fluorides can be fatal to humans and all life forms. Fluoride removal systems are easily able to reduce fluorides. Wastewater with high fluoride levels often requires treatment before discharge.
Ion exchange or reverse osmosis are technologies that allow the removal of fluoride from industrial water. These are technologies generally suitable for low concentrations of fluoride. CIE is really an Italian company specialized in the construction of wastewater treatment plants, etching and coating in metal finishing lines. It works therefore for companies that want to install a ZLD treatment system for the waste water produced by their rolling mill and the coil coating line.
CIE’s wastewater technology is can be applied, in fact, to water coming from the aluminium coating lines, from which it eliminates the fluorides. CIE has designed a specific series of plants that exploit technologies capable of reducing fluorine from industrial wastewater.
The removal of fluorides from industrial wastewater takes place through a specific chemical filtration and precipitation process that uses a sophisticated membrane system. Industrial plants where metal processing and production take place generate wastewater with high levels of fluoride that often requires treatment before discharge.
In fact, CIE takes care of the removal of fluorides from industrial wastewater streams, using one of many different methods including RO or membrane technology generally not as a primary treatment. In addition, the fluoride removal process requires an abundant source of calcium.
This Technology is applicable to the following fields
FLUORIDES EFFLUENT TREATMENT PLANT
This technology represents a control system wich controls the presence of fluorides in wastewater plants.
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