Types of applications
The water which is supplied to our houses, comes directly from the public mains and contains lime and other substances which can be harmful for our bodies. The decalcification of water will lead to savings in energy, an increase in the performance and duration of household appliances, the elimination of remains and stains produced by lime, etc.
Reverse osmosis is the process of filtering lids which produces a high quality water with low mineralization.
The water passes through various filters and a membrane of small pores that does not let the suspended particles contained in the water to pass through, but the water molecules do, resulting in high quality water with a pure taste when the water leaves the osmosis system.
Swimming pool water treatment
Nowadays swimming pools have undergone a significant technological advance, especially in terms of water purification. Chlorine derivatives are used to keep them clean, and their pH and sometimes even the temperature of the water is controlled.
Sewage or black water is water from the kitchen drain or the toilet. There are treatment processes that allow its reuse for various uses. According to the FAO, they are particularly efficient for irrigation.
Grey water treatment
Due to the scarcity of water, society is becoming aware of the importance of recycling the water we consume. The daily domestic expenditure per person is 129 l and half of it is from showering and cisterns. Apart from limiting this expense, recycling systems can be used to improve consumption, taking advantage of the water already used for the toilet cistern.