Drinking water, or potable water, means water that is safe to drink and to use in food preparation.
Microbiology is the study of microscopic single-celled organisms such as bacteria, fungi, yeast, viruses, protozoa and algae. In the water treatment industry, the main micro-organisms of concern are bacteria. Algae and fungi are only problematic in certain applications.
The water treatment industry predominately uses a number of traditional chemical formulations for the treatment of steam boilers, cooling towers, closed circuits and disinfection of water systems. At B & V Chemicals we realise that innovation is the key to success in any industry, including water treatment. B & V Chemicals has always had a commitment to research and development, with new advancements in chemical technology and the launching of new and innovative water treatment formulations being one of our core strengths over many years.
We know that choosing the right water treatment chemical manufacturing partner is one of the most crucial decisions your company will ever make. Working with a water treatment chemical supplier who is keeping pace with every new development will put you, as our customer, at a distinct advantage.
B&V Chemicals, the water treatment chemicals and equipment specialist, is now able to supply Catalysts, parts and training operating ClO2IX® systems delivering high quality, safe Chlorine Dioxide generation with an instant 700 PPM of 95% purity at 9kg-90kg/day.
Your chance to attend a breakfast seminar at our Training Academy.
Date: 10 May
Place: Daventry, Northamptonshire
We currently have spaces available on our Closed Circuit System Awareness Breakfast Seminar between 9-10.30AM.
Bacteria can be killed or inhibited by different antimicrobial products, namely antibiotics that act against infections in humans or animals and biocides such as disinfectants, antiseptics and preservatives.
Demand for fresh and reusable water is driving CAGR of 5.7% estimated growth during 2019-2024.
The water treatment chemical market is a lively and dynamic place to be. The global water treatment chemicals market is worthy an estimated $44 Billion in 2018 and could reach a projected $62 Billion by 2024.
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