Commercial

Commercial Water Treatment System

Water filters have been used throughout history to improve the safety and aesthetics of water intended to be used for drinking or bathing. In modern times, they are also widely used in industry and commerce. The history of water filtration is closely linked with the broader history of improvements in public health. Incoming water filter for commercial usage are applicable for food, beverage, hotel, building, research, health, hospital, and healthcare industries. Therefore commercial water filters can be used to filter water on an industrial level. There are many types of commercial water filters in the market such as media filters, screen filters, disk filters, slow sand filter beds, rapid sand filters, cloth filters, and biological filters such as algae scrubbers which include backwash system. Backwashing is a form of preventive maintenance so that the filter media can be reused. In water treatment plants, there are 2 types of backwash system which is automated or manual. Automated backwash function is run by local programmable logic controllers (PLCs) else it could be done manually by flushing out the water in reverse direction. MyHomePalm commercial water treatment systems comes in a total packaged solution where by it’s easy to install, ease of maintenance and operation. We provide reliable solutions and quality product which are certified by international standards such as NSF and WQA. NSF develops public health standards and certifications that help protect food, water, consumer products and the environment. For more information, please visit www.nsf.org and search the brand that you are looking for to ensure their authenticity.

Commercial water treatment systems are mainly use in a larger scale project such as institutions, resorts, hotels, shopping malls and high-rise developments. The reason for installing a commercial water treatment system can be due to part of a water recycling system (example Rain Water Harvesting, Grey Water Harvesting, Black Water Harvesting), basic removal treatment of coarse pollutants from the city water source or even meeting the effluent criteria set by the authorities before the wastewater is safe for discharge into the natural environment.