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Flouride removal

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Flouride removal

  1. 1. Flouridesorb® Filter Media For Flouride removal by Watch® GmbH
  2. 2. Flouride 1. Fluorine is the ninth element of the periodic table. 2. Nevertheless, its applications and biological significances were known only in the decades of 1920’s. It is the lightest member of the halogen family. 3. Most electronegative among all chemical elements . 4. Fluorine has both notable chemical qualities and physiological properties. 5. which are of great interest and significance to human health. 6. Fluorine is rarely or never found free in the nature in elemental form. 7. It has strong affinity to combine chemically with other elements to form compounds called ‘fluoride’.
  3. 3. Fluorine always occurs in combined form of minerals as fluoride. It is high reactivity and represents about 0.06 to 0.09% of the earth crust The presence of fluorine in ground water is mainly a natural phenomenon, and mainly influenced by local and regional geological conditions, as the fluoride minerals are nearly insoluble in water. fluorine is present in ground water only when the conditions favor their solution. SOURCE OF FLUORIDE IN WATER:
  4. 4. Fluoridesorb (FS), a filter media consisting of Fe(O)OH, was investigated for removal of fluoride ion (F) from water. Adsorption was studied in batch experiments at room temperature together with the effect of contact. REMOVAL OF FLUORIDES FROM WATER
  5. 5. Category A: 50% and above villages have excess of fluoride (very serious). Category B: 25-50 % villages having excess fluoride. (serious). Category C: 10-25 % villages having excess fluoride (less serious). Category D: Below 10% villages having excess fluoride (insignificant). Categorization of fluoride affected districts of Rajasthan
  6. 6. Fluoride concentration and affected population of villages in Rajasthan S. No. Fluoride concentration mg/l Number of affected Village Total population under threat O1 1.2 to 2.9 1467 1643542 02 3.0 to 4.9 668 719509 03 5.0 to 9.9 255 258447 04 Above 10 43 35477 Journal of Tissue Research Vol. 4 (2) 263-273 (2004)
  7. 7. •Dental Fluorosis •Skeletal Fluorosis •Cardiovascular Effects •Gastro Intestinal disorder •Endocrine Effects •Neurological Effects •Reproductive Effects •Enzyme inhabitation •Genetic damage •Effect on the pineal gland • Harmful Effects
  8. 8. Fluoridesorb by Solution to existing crisis of fluoride removal is
  9. 9. Flouride effected Water passes through Fluoridesorb media and get adsorb and water will be ready to use. It is adsorption media with porosity on surface having more surface area than any other media available. Process of operation
  10. 10. •Online fluoride removal •No maintenance •No water waste •Up to 7 ppm fluoride removal •3 – 4 years of self life of media •Environmental friendly •High adsorption capacity •By product as heavy metals removal Benefits
  11. 11. VILLAGE : CHANDLAI , NEAR SHIVDASPUR, TAHSIL : CHAKSU , DISTRICT : JAIPUR SITE 01 : WATER WORKS , OVER HEADTANK. Case study ONSITE TESTING RESULTS: RAW WATER: 5.6 ppm TREATED WATER: 0.8 ppm
  12. 12. VILLAGE : CHANDLAI , NEAR SHIVDASPUR, TAHSIL : CHAKSU , DISTRICT : JAIPUR SITE 02 : BOREWELL DISTRIBUTION
  13. 13. VILLAGE : CHANDLAI , NEAR SHIVDASPUR, TAHSIL : CHAKSU , DISTRICT : JAIPUR SITE 02 : BOREWELL DISTRIBUTION ONSITE TESTING RESULTS: RAW WATER : 4.0 ppm
  14. 14. Association with watch Germany
  15. 15. INDIA ENGINEERS & SUPPLIERS JAIPUR Association in Rajasthan FOR FLOURIDE REMOVAL 3 MICRON FILTRATION SALT FREE SOFTNER IRON REMOVAL ARSENIC REMOVAL WASTE WATER SOLUTION
  16. 16. JAY HIND NAMASTE

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