Water plays a critical role in industrial processes, serving as a vital resource for manufacturing goods and maintaining machinery and supplies. However, the quality of water can differ depending on its source, whether it is from a deep well, lake, river, or municipal supply.
To address water quality concerns, different treatment methods are available, with the optimal approach determined by factors such as the water type, desired purity levels, and the intended application.
Types of liquid filter media:
A filter medium is any substance that is permeable to one or more components of a mixture, solution, or suspension and impervious to other components. Filter media come in various types, including textiles and meshes made from natural fibers like cotton, polymers, or metals, non-woven materials that are a collection of fibers joined by physical or chemical processes, membranes made of ceramics or polymers, and granular substances used in deep-bed filters or tightly packed columns. The form and size of the granular media determine the size of the voids created.