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NCS Fluid Handling Systems can deploy unique media applications including activated carbon, ion exchange resin beds or backwash style sand filters. In addition to our sand filters, NCS Fluid Handling Systems has activated carbon cartridge vessels and silt bags

Key elements to consider when designing an industrial water treatment system. 

When it comes to water treatment, there are a few key elements that need to be considered to ensure the system is designed correctly. These elements include the quality of the water, the type of system needed, and the specific industry standards that need to be met. By taking all these factors into account, you can be sure that your water treatment system will meet your specific needs. NCS Fluid Handling Systems has extensive experience in designing custom water treatment systems for a variety of industries across Canada. So, if you’re in need of a new water treatment system, or even just some advice on what components you need, we’re here to help! Give us a call today and let one our experts assist you with your next project. 

Quality of the Water – The quality of water can vary depending on where you are located. It is essential to know the source of your water, as well as understand its chemical composition and any pollutants that may be present. Once you have a better understanding of what’s in the water, you can then make informed decisions about how it should be treated. 

Type of System Needed – Depending on the industry and application that you need your system for, there are several different types available. Each type brings its own benefits and drawbacks, so it is important to understand what kind of system will suit your needs best before making any final decisions. 

Industry Standards – Depending on the specific industry that you’re dealing. 

The source of the water – is it from a river, lake, or groundwater and how NCS removes contaminates to meet BC water guidelines. 

NCS Fluid Handling Systems have been professionally designing water treatment solutions across Canada with solutions tailored to the unique source of each facility’s water. Questions about sediment, dissolved iron and other constituents are answered through effective fluid solutions. Experienced pumping experts analyze the quality of a source’s water, determining which contaminants can be filtered in compliance with BC Water Guidelines. The end product is clean, drinkable water that meets safety criteria. The technology used by NCS enables filtering processes to be completed faster than traditional methods – allowing for cost-effective treatability without sacrificing quality results. 

The quality of the water – what contaminants are present and in what concentrations and how does NCS clean water to meet provincial water quality guidelines.  

NCS Fluid Handling Systems takes water quality seriously when performing countrywide professional water treatment. BC Water Guidelines are carefully followed by assessing the contaminants present in a specific composition and concentration, where desalination technologies may be deployed if necessary. To further ensure compliance with provincial standards, NCS deploys cutting-edge technologies such as flocculants, sand pots and cloths for additional filtration to fine-tune their water discharge criteria. As such, these processes guarantee clean, safe and sustainable water production according to BC standards. 

The volume of water to be treated – how much water will need to be treated and discharged each day/week/month? 

Under the professionally designed workflow from NCS Fluid Handling Systems, tanks, pumps, chemical injection systems, flocculants and carbon bed filters provide for well thought out solutions to water treatment. With these systems in place, calculating precisely how much water needs to be treated and discharged on a daily/weekly/monthly basis can easily be done. The engineering experts at NCS Fluid Handling Systems have worked diligently to ensure tanks and pumps provide the necessary volume of water required by their clients’ needs. Additionally, chemical injection systems, along with flocculants and carbon bed filters are utilized to keep water within acceptable parameters enabling sufficient releases back into the environment. 

NCS offers a variety of customizable solutions tailored to each industrial water treatment project’s individual needs. 

The discharge requirements – where will the treated water go and what restrictions are in place for its release (e.g., into a municipal sewer system)? 

Water Treatment processes have become increasingly professionalized, with NCS Fluid Handling Systems providing expert engineering solutions across Canada. However, the question remains of how treated water is released and what criteria are in place for its return to the environment. Water meters along with flow and tele-metrics are used to measure discharge requirements, as even subtle variances from local environmental regulations must be considered. NCS Fluid Handling Systems provides meticulous treatment systems that ensure all water discharge criteria are met so that water quality can be sustained without disruption or contamination. 

The type of treatment required – depending on the contaminants present, different treatment processes may be needed (e.g., aeration, filtration, chlorination) 

Water treatment systems designed by NCS Fluid Handling Systems are tailored for Canadian sites and are able to accommodate most types of contaminants. Depending on the dissolved iron, arsenic, and other dissolved solids present in the water, it may require processes such as aeration, filtration or chlorination to meet desired quality levels. To limit the impact of sediment and Total Suspended Solids (TSS), sedimentation tanks can also be employed as part of any treatment process with NCS Fluid Handling Systems’ custom-designed products. The engineering team at NCS Fluid Handling Systems understands the importance of effective and efficient processes for water treatment, ensuring quality results for any water composition. 

Maintenance and operational considerations – who will operate the system and how often will it need to be serviced/maintained? 

NCS Fluid Handling Systems provides professional water treatment design and installation across Canada, placing a great emphasis on the maintenance and operation of all their systems. NCS technicians and engineers are technically qualified to handle regular servicing, while flow and water quality meters measure the discharge quality to ensure optimal efficiency and safety. Regular system checks are conducted to make sure any potential issues are addressed early, and NCS is there every step of the way with a complete technical support package. NCS guarantees that your water treatment systems will be constantly reliable and up to date. 

NCS Fluid Handling Systems is ready to support your water management plan by designing a water treatment plant that meets your exact needs. Whether you need a sewage treatment system or an industrial-grade water filtration system, our highly skilled engineers are equipped with the expertise and resources to create a unique solution that delivers consistent and cost-effective performance over time. With their combined experience in hydraulics, chemistry, environmental engineering, and mathematics, we can guarantee the optimal operation of any process used for water treatment—ensuring safe drinking water for generations to come. So, if you have a pipeline, water line, or sewer line construction project in mind, let NCS Fluid Handling Systems be your trusted partner! 

Contact us today to learn more about our customized water treatment solutions and what we can do for you. Let NCS Fluid Handling Systems be your solution for all your water management needs! With their experience, expertise and commitment to quality, they will help create a safe environment with clean drinking water for generations to come. It is our mission to deliver consistent performance over time in the most cost-effective manner possible. We look forward to hearing from you soon! 

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