What is Process Water – Process Water Definition

What is Process Water ?

Process water is the name given for water which is not considered drinkable (not drinking water) and is basically used in relation to industrial plants, industrial processes and production facilities. Process water was originally subjected to a substantial water treatment, like for instance; multimedia filters, softeners, reverse osmosis, etc.

Process Water in the industrial water treatment process

Most probably each and every product being manufacturer uses industrial water treatment during some if not all stages of the production procedure. Industrial water treatment main purpose is to facilitate the manufacturing process, reduce cost and help support production for certain products of which water is an essential element in its composition; i.e: beverages processing, detergents, paper, chemical processing, etc. The use of process water can be in many forms such as;  fabrication, dilution, sanitation or incorporation of process water into a product.

It should typically have conductivity 0.1 to 50 Microsiemens per Centimeter µS/cm, with almost zero hardness to to prevent scaling. Carbon dioxide (CO2) and Oxides (Oxygen) cause corrosion. Water requirements depends on the type of application.

Process Water in the commercial water treatment process

Commercial water treatment sector is essential  when thinking of the use of process water in steakhouses, every restaurant and cafe, pizzerias, hotels, offices, shops, civil and military organizations and all other sorts of commercial water uses.

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