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The basic explanation of water treatment
Jul 26, 2017

Water treatment refers to the physical and chemical measures taken to make the water quality reach a certain standard. The minimum standards for drinking water are set by the Environmental Protection Department. Industrial water has its own requirements. Water temperature, color, transparency, smell, taste and other physical properties are the basic criteria for judging the quality of water. The chemical properties of water, such as its ph, dissolved solids concentration and oxygen content, are also important criteria for judging water quality. If the total dissolved solids concentrations in natural water in some grasslands are as high as 1000 mg/L, while Canada stipulates that the concentration of total dissolved solids in drinking water shall not exceed 500 mg/liter, many industrial water requirements shall not be higher than 200 mg/L. This kind of water, even if its physical properties meet the requirements, can not be used casually. In addition, the content of radioactive elements from nature, nuclear accidents and nuclear power plants is also an important characteristic of monitoring.

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