In India, water is considered to be the elixir of life and water conservation techniques were evidently an integral part of the architectural monuments in ancient India.
Around 1.1 billion people worldwide lack access to water. A total of 2.7 billion undergo a situation of water-crisis for at least a month during an year. Inadequate sanitation is also a problem for 2.4 billion people—they are exposed to diseases, such as cholera, jaundice, typhoid, fever, and other water-borne illnesses. Two million people, mostly children, die every year, alone of diarrheal conditions.
With such a limited quantity of drinking water available and to add to it, the grim, lurking danger of people contacting water-borne diseases, we, at Sparkle, lay special emphasis on treating water for potable purposes.
Water potability has to deal with the removal of contamination agents, suspended impurities, biological impurities and dissolved impurities. For the removal of physical impurities such as suspended particles and turbidity, stand alone filtration or combination of flocculation, clarification, deep bed filtration and membrane filtration is applied.
For contaminations caused by malevolent bacteria, viruses and other biological impurities. Sparkle provides effective solutions by providing disinfection methods using chlorination, activated carbon and membrane type separation
Our customers are benefited from our innovative and proven solutions. Sparkle offers end to end services that include various activities such as designing, building, operating, maintaining , upgrading and managing the drinking water treatment facilities.
At Sparkle, we offer drinking water treatment providing state of the art solutions that ensures zero passage of contaminants from our system.
Osmosis is defined as a water with low concentration, passes through a semi permeable membrane and forms a equilibrium with water of higher concentration available on the other side of the membrane. The pressure at which this phenomenon takes place is called Osmotic Pressure.
Micron filtration is to segregate or separate particulate matter based on the size of the particulate matter. Sewing, screening or surface filtration are also the types of surface filtration based on size of the particulate matter.
When the requirement of filtration is less than 0.2 microns, then membrane filtration is also used. In water and waste water treatment, this type of filters are very critical. It acts as a guard filter to further membrane treatment. Micron / membrane filtration also restricts the presence of the organics, bacteria and virus.
Deep bed filters are the variety of filters that use a porous filtration medium to retain particles throughout the medium, rather than just on the surface of it.
These filters are commonly used when the water to be filtered contains a load of particles because, in comparison to the other types of filters, they can retain a large mass of particles before becoming clogged.
Various other technology used in water management treatment are Degasser which breaks weak carbonic acid into carbon dioxide and water. Degassed tower is considered in a DM water system or in D Alclysing system when the alcalynity in the water is very high and the pay back of degasser tower is favorable.
Nano Filtration is a stage of filtration between UF and RO where semi permeable membrane rejects high molecular weight salts. Nano filtration is essentially used for removal of hardness i.e, calcium and magnesium salts from water.