Treatment Equipment

Watech supplies all types of instruments and equipment used in water and wastewater applications. Besides, the company designs and produces many treatment equipment.
From scrapers to mixers, chemical dosing systems to filters, many equipment are offered standard or tailor-design. According to the conditions and customer demands, DIN, ASME, AWWA and BS standards, design and application codes are chosen. Equipment material options include stainless steel, cast iron, aluminum, galvanized carbon steel, epoxy painted carbon steel, GRP coated carbon steel, GRP, etc.
• Headwork equipment
• Screens, screen-presses, grit traps, grit classifiers, etc.
• Scraping equipment
• Clarifier scrapers, thickener scrapers, oil skimmers, etc.
• Mixing equipment
• Submersible mixers, rapid mixers, slow mixers, etc.
• Conveying and storing equipment
• Screw conveyors, belt conveyors, jib cranes, containers, etc.
• Aerators
• Rapid and slow surface aerators, submerged aerators, brush aerators, etc.
• Sludge dewatering equipment
• Centrifugal decanters, filter presses, belt presses, etc.
• Clarifying equipment
• Flotation units, lamella separators, tubular clarifiers, etc.
• Filtration equipment
• Pressure and gravity depth filters, softeners, ion exchangers, etc.
• Flow control equipment
• Penstocks, weir stocks, stoplogs, etc.

Compact (Package) Treatment

Package plants are pre-manufactured treatment plants used to treat wastewater in small communities or individual properties. These long-lasting and economical systems are preferred for their ease of installation and automatic operation.
Some advantages of compact systems are as follows:
• Optimal investment & Operational costs
• Fully automatic operation; requirement for minimum skilled operator or maintenance staff
• Minor operational problems
• Portability, quick and ease of installation
• Minimum space requirement
• No odor problem and quiescent operation

Water Treatment

Water treatment is any process that improves the quality of water to make it appropriate for a specific end-use. The end use may be drinking, industrial water supply, irrigation, river flow maintenance, water recreation or many other uses, including being safely returned to the environment. Water treatment removes contaminants and undesirable components, or reduces their concentration so that the water becomes fit for its desired end-use.
In the treatment of drinking water, factors such as the mineral richness of the water, odor, taste and color are taken into consideration. Systems in industrial plants are recommended by examining parameters such as hardness, total dissolved matter, alkalinity and silica.

Industrial Wastewater Treatment

Industrial wastewater treatment describes the processes used by industries to treat wastewater produced as an unwanted by-product. After treatment, the treated industrial wastewater can be reused or released into a sanitary sewer or a surface water.
In order to determine the appropriate processes for these wastewaters, first of all, wastewater characterization and flowrate are determined. In this direction, the most accurate treatment process is selected.
Industrial treatment plants can be reinforced concrete depending on the pollution and flowrate of the wastewater, or they can be designed as packaged products such as carbon steel or GRP.

Domestic Wastewater Treatment

Domestic wastewater treatment is a type of wastewater treatment that aims to remove pollutants from sewers to produce a waste suitable for discharge into the surrounding environment or for an intended reuse application, thereby preventing water pollution from raw waste. Domestic wastewater treatment usually includes two main stages called primary and secondary treatment, while it may include further treatment and nutrient removal with a tertiary treatment stage.
In process selection, technological developments, site and operating conditions, wastewater character, quality limits, operator requirements, customer preferences, investment and operating costs are taken into consideration.