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Water Treatment, REVERSE OSMOSIS and purification for every industry

Watercore design, manufacture and maintain a wide range of water and wastewater treatment systems for industrial and commercial applications: Iron filtration, reverse osmosis systems, chlorination and UV disinfection, water softening etc.

Focusing on industrial and commercial projects, Watercore combines different technologies to succeed in each industry: cooling systems, boilers, irrigation water, etc. In remote communities, Watercore collaborates to supply reliable safe drinking water and upgrade of distribution systems and treatment plants.

best selling Water Treatment products:

reverse osmosis desalination

water softeners

turbidity filters

iron and manganese removal

Custom solutions for commercial and industrial environments


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Water Softening FAQ

Water softening is widely spread in industrial and domestic applications. In this post we explain the basics of this technology


Reverse Osmosis FAQ

Many reverse osmosis concepts are complex and often misunderstood. Let us walk you through the main tips and tricks of this desalination technology

How to overcome feedwater changes in reverse osmosis systems

How to Overcome Feedwater Changes in Reverse Osmosis Systems

Feedwater analysis has always been the most important criterion to design and estimate the performance of Reverse Osmosis desalination plants, however it is common to find unpredictable and inconsistent feeedwater salinity with frequent and significant variations.
All Watercore RO systems incorporate a PLC that controls the concentrate-valve and automatically adjusts and optimises key performance parameters.

Reverse osmosis membrane fouling challenges

Membrane Fouling as Key Reverse Osmosis Challenge

Reverse osmosis foulants are small particles and bacteria found in the system feed water that get trapped and accumulate on the membrane surface, preventing water permeability and reducing the membrane and whole RO equipment performance.

Reverse Osmosis Membrane Cleaning

Reverse Osmosis Membrane Cleaning: Best Practices

RO membrane cleaning is recommended when there is an increase in salt passage or pressure that can be linked to membrane fouling, just before any medium or long term shutdown or as part of the scheduled RO maintenance protocol, typically every 3 to 6 month.

Pilot Plants for small-scale testing of water treatment

Pilot Plants for Small-Scale Testing of Water Treatment Techniques

A pilot plant is a collection of equipment and other materials designed to simulate what will happen on a full-scale water treatment process.
Pilot testing offers the flexibility to evaluate the performance of a scale plant that will work in real site conditions. It will show what needs to be improved and where weaknesses are.

Dechlorination of water before reverse osmosis desalination

How to remove Chlorine (dechlorination of water) from the feed water before Reverse Osmosis Desalination or prior to Discharge

Concentration of residual Chlorine after disinfection or oxidation is often too high for distribution, discharge to the environment or for other downstream processes such as reverse osmosis desalination.
Amongst other methods, chemical dechlorination by means of Sodium Bisulphite (NaHSO3) is very common for various reasons:
The reaction between Chlorine and Sodium Bisulfite is practically immediate, comes at a lower costs than other chemicals and is widely available

Soft Water boosts Cooling Tower Efficiency

How Soft Water for Cooling Tower Make-up Improves the Cooling Efficiency

The use of soft water as cooling tower source water is beneficial in many ways, eliminating Calcium precipitates, providing a natural passivation method that prevents corrosion and increasing the number of concentration cycles with less chemicals.
Water softening is one of the most beneficial water management options for cooling towers

Sidestream Water Filtration For Cooling-Towers How and why it will save you money

Sidestream Water Filtration for Cooling Towers: How and why it will save you Money

Cooling towers draw air through the internal fill to provide the evaporative conditions that are responsible for water cooling.
Rule-of-thumb says that around 900–1800 m3 of air is in contact with each m3 of water.
The air normally contains particles of dust, soil, organic matter and other small contaminants in suspension. These particles are dragged from the air, carried by the cooling tower water stream and settle to the bottom.
Sidestream filtration is an economical and effective solution for cooling systems

Reverse Osmosis key sensors and alarms

Key Sensors and Alarms in RO Plants

Modern industrial RO desalination systems are fully automated and staffed only in case of malfunctions, alarms or membrane cleaning. Sensors play a major role in the reverse osmosis control process.

Dosing Control in Water Chlorination and Water Disinfection

Dosing Control in Water Chlorination: Flow-Paced plus Residual Feedback

Feedback dosing control, where a flow-pace control is combined with a residual Chlorine or ORP sensor feedback reading, is the best available dosing control for disinfection or oxidation. However, the lag-time between the dosing point and the sensor reading can be problematic when the feedwater quality is inconsistent.

Cooling Tower Blowdown Reuse through Reverse Osmosis

Cooling Tower Water Reuse with Reverse Osmosis

Modern stringent environmental regulations along with water scarcity have increased pressure on water recycling in cooling tower systems. Reverse Osmosis desalination is the primary and most affordable water recycling technique.

Turbidity in water as key parameter in water disinfection

Turbidity: top Key Parameter in Water Disinfection

Turbidity of water is a key parameter in drinking water quality and makes disinfection more difficult.

Modern filtration media, based on activated alumino-silicate glass, can deliver a higher water quality, with at least 50% lower chlorine oxidation demand than an equivalent sand filter.

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