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Muskaan Tradex Pvt Ltd,
STS - 46, DLF Star Tower,
Silokhera, Sec - 30,
Gurgaon, Haryana : 122001.
Phone : +91 124 4215 611
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SAND FILTERS
Sand Filters are based on simple technique of water filtering down through a bed of sand and any solid particles like debris, Turbidity and dirt are trapped in the sand. This works on the principles of mechanical straining and physical adsorption. Hence this is a physical-chemical process for separating suspended and colloidal impurities from water. The solids accumulate in the filter media; therefore, backwashing using clean water in the opposite direction of flow must be accomplished periodically to control the head loss through filtration system.

ACTIVATED CARBON FILTERS
Activated carbon process is used to remove random gas, some pesticides and varying amounts of iron, lead, manganese, copper and mercury. It will also remove other dominants such as nitrate or fluoride, bacteria, and the heavy metals. Our Carbon filters are designed to work on high flow rates, thus reducing the in line pressure loss. The longer the water is in contact with the filter medium, the more of the impurities are removed.

WATER SOFTENER
Water described as "hard" contains highly dissolved minerals; specifically calcium and magnesium Water softening process removes divalent cat ions, usually calcium or magnesium, from water. When a sample of water contains more than 120 mg of these ions per liter, expressed in terms of calcium carbonate (CaCO3), it is generally classified as hard water. Hard water is not a health risk, but a nuisance because of mineral buildup on fixtures and poor soap and/or detergent performance. Hard water is frequently unsuitable for many industrial and domestic purposes because of their soap-destroying power and tendency to form scale in equipment such as boilers, pipelines, and engine jackets. Therefore it is necessary to treat the water either to remove or to alter the constituents so that it becomes fit for the proposed use.

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