< 20%

< 20%

Wastage compared to 70% from RO systems

⁄ litre

⁄ litre

Lowest operating cost for treating water

Low Power

Low Power

Single phase, Low voltage conditions, also operable on Solar

Fully Automatic

Fully Automatic

Requires very less interference from Users

Web Monitoring

Web Monitoring

Ensures Remote management of systems

Green Technology

Green Technology

No Chemical use, No Resins ensures Safe Discharge

Treatment Stages

The water treatment process is done in 3 stages:

  • Pre-Treatment
  • Treatment Stage
  • Post Treatment / Maintenance Stage

A schematic of the treatment process is given below:

How the system works

Pre-treatment stage

Pre-treatment is a crucial component for water treatment. Proper pre-treatment is required to ensure smooth operation of the plant and lesser maintenance of the system.

Plimmer® has the following pre-treatment steps (described as numbers in picture above)

Ozonation / Chlorination of Inlet tank

This is done to remove any bacteria and pathogens in water. By treating the inlet tank, Not only will be avoiding any down stream bio fouling, we will also ensure that treated water is bacteria free.

Low pressure Centrifugal pump

A maximum of 2 BAR pressure is required to operate Plimmer®, a simple low energy pump of 0.5 / 0,75 HP is adequate to manage the flow in Plimmer®

Pressure Sand Filter (PSF)

PSF is used to remove any turbidity in water. All Plimmer systems comes with high grade sediment filter such as AFM or Zeosorb® that will ensure good turbidity removal and long filter life.

Activated Carbon Filter (ACF)

Water then passes through activated carbon present in a pressurized vessel. ACF is used to take out any organics in water, it also takes out any residual Ozone / chlorine present in water and restores tastes.

Cartridge filter

A 1 micron, Anti Bacterial cartridge filter is used to trap any residue carbon that may be coming out from the ACF. The cartridge filter also blocks any dirt / silt that might have accidently passed through the PSF and ACF.

Treatment Stage (Stage 6 in schematic above)

Once water passes through the pre-treatment stages, it enters Plimmer for treatment purpose.

Plimmer® systems are built modularly and each module will be placed in a rack to support the desired capacity.

For 24,000 LPD capacity, we would be placing 6 Plimmer® boxes in rack as shown below

Each of these boxes will have a capacity to produce 4000 LPD of treated water. By building the system modularly we will ensure simpler maintenance and ease of installation.

Water coming out of Plimmer® is directly sent to the output tank from where it will be discharged for consumption.

Post treatment stage (Stage 7 in schematic above)

Post treatment ensures the electrodes in the cells are kept clean. This process is done automatically.

Plimmer can be programmed to run continuously for a period of 5 / 10 / 20 hours. After running for these durations, the system is programmed to rest for 1 / 2 / 4 hours respectively.

During the rest period, the system automatically sucks in a desired quantity of Citric Acid solution (the duration of which can be set based on water condition). The system then cleans the electrodes with this solution. The entire cleaning operation takes about 5 minutes after which the system rests till the rest cycle is complete.

This cleaning extends the life of the cells.

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