It’s never a fun time to encounter unpalatable or dangerous water when you’re trying to run your business. Wastewater treatment systems and products are an important part of making sure your water remains free of rust, sediment, smells, waste, and harmful bacteria.
Unfortunately, many business owners will make common mistakes when choosing wastewater treatment products for their own system. To help keep you from making those same mistakes, here are three common problems to avoid.
- Choosing the wrong water treatment system for the problem. Not every water treatment product does the same thing. Some water treatment products get rid of pollutants and others are designed for specific water contaminants. It’s important to consider what types of impurities the product extracts, the number of flow rates it can process, and what water pressure the product can operate in.
- Not checking your water pressure before you buy a product. As we said above, certain water treatment products can only operate in specific water pressures. That said, it’s vital to consider your own water pressure prior to selecting a water treatment product. All water treatment systems will decrease your business’ water pressure. This is because the water will flow through the equipment to treat it.
- Not considering the company you’re buying the system from. Your water treatment system and products are only as good as the company you’re buying them from. That’s why it’s so important to do your research before you invest in a water treatment product. Remember that it’s not just you drinking and using the water in your place of business but also your employees and customers. You want to be sure you’re using the right products to treat your system.
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It’s important that you know what to look for when choosing water treatment systems and products. For instance, Dissolved Air Flotation Systems are specifically designed to remove the top three categories of contaminants from a wastewater stream including suspended solids, biochemical oxygen demand, and oils and greases.
If you’re looking for high-quality industrial water treatment systems to maximize solids recovery with repeatable accuracy, Process Engineered Water Equipment has the products for you. For more information on our water treatment systems and sludge dewatering products, contact Process Engineered Water Equipment today.