Industrial filters “Magistra Aqua” with productivity of 2 m³/h can be made from some existing housings: it is necessary to put a greater density of (shims) cotton wool to prevent HRCM from washing out) and fill them with HRCM. The most effective are the industrial filters designed especially for HRCM filling. Industrial filters “Magistra Aqua” may be used for the production of high quality bottled water, may be fixed in a cellar of a house, hotel or maybe used in a system of water preparation on the food industries enterprises. It is very important to point out, that HRCM filters can purify hot water too. Activated carbon does not purify hot water at all. In this regard HRCM surpasses it absolutely! Purification of Industrial Sewages and Oil Containing Waters.

All the above mentioned filters are suitable for purification of industrial sewages. In most of the countries the purification of industrial sewage is not properly executed. Enterprises must pay penalties at worst, for dropping flows with exceeding maximum permissible concentration by the most parameters into water drain or into natural pools.

That is why HRCM filtration of industrial sewages is of interest first of all for countries where ecology is followed properly.

In purification of oil containing waters, possibilities of filters ‘Magistra Aqua’ are simply unique. The industrial filter ‘Magistra Aqua’ can decrease the content of oil and oil products in water from 1600 mg/l till 0.3 mg/l for one filtration! Spills and leaks of petroleum products are relatively common. This is not surprising in view of their extensive and widespread storage, transportation and use. Exposure to the constituents of petroleum products through drinking-water can be of short- or long-term duration. However, exposure is frequently the result of an accidental spill or short-term incident, in which the main issue for drinking-water is short-term exposure. Such incidents may lead to high concentrations of total petroleum hydrocarbons (TPH), in which case the probability of unacceptable taste and odour being detected by consumers will be significantly increased. Although the term TPH is widely used, it is rarely well defined. In essence, TPH is defined by the analytical method — in other words, estimates of TPH concentration often vary depending on the analytical method used to measure it. No single method measures the entire range of petroleum-derived hydrocarbons, since petroleum products can include hundreds to thousands of individual compounds with a wide range of molecular weights, many of which may be present only in mg/kg amounts. The methods will usually result in some overlap in the measurement of the fractions. It is not practical to analyse for all possible petroleum hydrocarbons in water, since it would be prohibitively costly to quantify each individual compound using current analytical technology.Those countries which follow purification of water from oil, for example in ports, spend a lot of money for this purification.

To bring up content of oil products to 1 mg/l (this is norm in western countries) is very difficult. Centrifuge will purify oil containing water till 15 – 30 mg/l. but after centrifuge in water remains colloid oil. It is required cascade construction to remove it. But HRCM filter removes practically all products from water including colloid ones.

It sounds too good to be true but the fact is: to purify all oil containing waters, for example at Helsinki port where there is a lot of oil spillage, only a small amount of HRCM powder is needed, (e.g. a car’s luggage compartment is enough space).

The only production nanosorbenta USVR and products based on it, in Russia, located in the Leningrad region, in the village of Morozov. The factory occupies three modern building, the relevant international quality standards. The power of this production exceeds 30 000 units per month.

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