Water Filtration and Treatment Kerry

How To Choose The Best Domestic Water Pump?

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Domestic Water Pump

Choosing the correct pump for residential usage is not an easy job. The choice differs from one house to another. If you experience irregularities and scattered directions in the flow of water, it means that there are mainly two considerations needed to be taken into account for overcoming the problems.

If you are looking to extend your home or planning to set up a new water system it would be a smart choice to install a larger pump to cope with the demand. Installing new pumps will ensure correct and adequate water flow to every outlet in the house. It would provide a consistent and continuous flow.

Always remember, switch on your pump only if the water tank holds enough water in it. If the water level is low, air gaps can form in the pipeline which may cause damage to the pump. You might need to replace the entire pump if the water chamber in the pump fills with air. This is why always check the water tank before switching on your pump. You can also install a sensor inside the tank. The sensor comes with an alarming bell which is attached outside the tank. When the water level reaches the sensor, the bell starts to ring. This way you can be aware of the water level without opening the tank.

  1. The first and the foremost consideration is to repair the existing pump. A low grade pump can lead to such problems.
  2. The second thing is to determine the pump’s horsepower. Generally, the horsepower is mentioned on the body of the pump, but in case you do not find one, it is better to call a water pump supplier in Cork.

Generally, the water flow rate for domestic purposes is twenty litres per minute. The size of the pump depends upon the size of the house and the number of water outlets it has.

Finally, the sound of the pump really matters a lot. There are some pumps which have smaller pressure tanks and this creates lot of noise which can be disturbing. Moreover, a pump which creates loud noises consume a large amount of electricity. Therefore, to minimise this, you need to buy an energy saving pump. It comes with a large pressure tank to reduce the extra noise and electricity.

Thus, you can see that installing a perfect pump in your home must be configured properly. However, it can be made easy if you hire a water pump supplier in Cork.

What Do You Understand By Sewage Treatment?

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sewage treatment

Sewage treatment involves removal of contaminants and harmful elements from waste water, which is primarily discharged from households. Industrially viable waste water is produced by removal of contaminants through biological, physical and chemical processes.

Sewage, generally speaking, refers to waste water from household toilets, showers, baths, kitchens and sinks that drain into the sewers. Industrial liquid waste from power plants and refineries can also be termed as sewage. Industrial sewage differs from household sewage in its content. Industrial sewage often contains waste that is harmful to the environment if left untreated, whereas household sewage would cause general accumulation of waste water that leads to mosquitoes breeding, which in turn, can bring forth a plethora of diseases.
The most basic aim of any water treatment plant is to produce an affluent which causes as little harm as possible when released into the environment, hence reducing pollution caused by releasing untreated waste water into the surrounding environment.

Pretreatment
Pretreatment is used to remove all substances from the sewage that may clog or damage the sewage carrying lines. This is done automatically by a mechanical screen bar in modern plants that serve big populations. The solid waste collected is either incinerated or disposed off in landfills.

Sewage treatment involves three main stages:

Primary treatment: This involves temporarily storing the sewage in a sedimentation basin where the solids can settle down to the bottom while fluids such as grease, oil and lighter solids float up to the surface. This separation allows floating and settled materials to be removed and the liquid can be either discharged or sent for secondary treatment.

Secondary treatment: This process removes suspended and dissolved organic matter. It is performed by indigenous micro-organisms in a controlled environment. Secondary treatment may require a step to separate the micro-organisms from the treated water before discharge or further treatment.

Tertiary treatment: This step is performed only when the water is to be discharged into a fragile or sensitive ecosystem like an estuary, low flow river or coral reef. Water is either disinfected physically or chemically using lagoons or microfiltration before discharging it into any water body like a river, stream or bay.

Odour Control
Odors emitted by a sewage plant are an indication of an anaerobic or septic environment. Early stages are more likely to produce foul smelling gases such as hydrogen sulphide. If the plant is near an urban area, then carbon reactors are used to treat the odours.

A conventional water treatment plant in Cork uses 30% of its annual operating cost on energy requirements. The requirements vary with type of treatment plant. For example, plants near wetlands have lower energy requirement than plants near urban areas because cost of transportation of water through pumps to water bodies is reduced. Similarly, treatment plants that produce biogas from anaerobic digestion can meet all their energy requirements in-house.

Why Choose Tricel Wastewater Systems?

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Although there are plenty of wastewater systems available in the market of Ireland, most people seem to be flocking to products by Tricel. And the reason behind it is the wide range of benefits associated with Tricel wastewater systems.