Water supplies are full of hundreds different contaminants that cause problems to health, plumbing fixtures and a variety of items. Even pre-treated municipal water is still full of many contaminants. These water contaminants may be at low and “safe” levels, but can still be a problem. Business who are highly effected by the quality of water must have only the purest and finest water supply.
Commercial Water Filters- Handling Large Volumes Quickly
Some common businesses who depend on good quality water include restaurants, hospitals, medical offices, Laundromats, pet stores, health clubs, nursing homes, hotels, and more. Hygiene is a very important factor for such businesses. Water quality affects these businesses directly, and sometimes adversely. Contaminated water can reduce the quality of service provided, and that can create customer complaints. Therefore, certain companies are best with only the purest water supply available for use. The only way businesses are guaranteed a pure water supply - even if they receive it from municipality - is with a Commercial or Industrial Water Filter.
There is a large variety of water filters available on the market. Usually small, point of use devices are good for Coffee Machines and Bottle-less Water Coolers. But such filters are simply not sufficient to accommodate businesses. They can only purify small amounts of water and cannot scale to your size. Commercial Water Filters are the largest, most powerful and effective systems available on the market, that are designed specifically for large scale operations. They can clean up large volumes of water in short periods of time. That’s exactly what businesses need in order to operate properly.
Waste Water - Where Does it Go?
Let us take you for a tour of a water cycle in a typical city. Watch this short movie below, and learn for yourself
what happens to a waste water.
Commercial Water Treatment Basics
Water quality improvements can be done at multiple levels:
At Water Treatment Facilities
This is usually the largest source of treated water. Large utilities and water treatment facilities can be designed
to feed clean drinking water into municipalities as large as cities. Industrial processes are used to accomodate large
volumes of water
At the Community
Community well and drinking water systems can be developed to provide clean water locally, for small towns, villages and communities.
At Local Businesses
Local Restaurants, Laundromats, Car Washes , Manufacturers and similar facilities are usually in need of its own filtered water. Their requirements and technologies used are usually based on business type and demand.
Industry Standards: Granular Activated Carbon Systems
An excellent product is the GAC Commercial Water Filter. This water filter is formulated with Granulated Activated Carbon material, which is the most effective at removing contaminants such as Chlorine, Trihalomethanes (THM), Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) and bad odors & tastes. Trihalomethanes (THM) are by-products of chlorinated water that causes cancer. Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) are known to cause a variety of health problems, including respiratory and skin irritations, and cancer.
This system is compatible with standard Fleck® electronic controls or with a mechanical control. The water filers comes with heavy duty structural mineral tanks made of Poly Glass. The unit includes an all brass, motor driven control. A unit with an electronic control valve allows features self adjusting backwash controls and regeneration cycles.
The GAC Commercial Water Filter by Crystal Quest comes in a variety of capabilities to accommodate specific filtration needs. The incoming pipe size for the water filter ranges between 1 to 3 inches. Water flow on this filter ranges between 14 GPM (Gallons Per Minute) to 280 GPM. The minimum clearance required (in inches) for this commercial water filter ranges from 15x16x75 to 52x60x95. The weight of this unit ranges between 194 pounds to over 2,600 pounds. The GAC Commercial Water Filter by Crystal Quest starts at only about $1,500.00. Get this commercial water filter right now and keep your business running smoothly with pure water!
Cleaning Hard Water
Large Water Softeners are used to treat hard water and remove calcium / scale build up. Softeners typically use salt to regenerate, which is a process of removing calcium ions from the media. The technology is quite old and robust. Softeners come in many sizes, such as these Commercial and Industrial Water Softeners.
Water Cascades in a treatment facility
Industrial Water Treatment Plant
Power Plants also need filtered water
Inside an Industrial water filtration facility.
Commercial Reverse Osmosis Filtration Systems can be quite large. The largest one serves an entire city. There are also systems that are much smaller , in the range of 1000 - 10,000 gallons per day, that are used in residential and commercial applications. Here's a good example.
Water Pathways can be developed that look like normal river bank, for industrial treatment facilities.