Water purification is the process of removing unwanted chemicals, organic contaminants, dissolved solids and gases from water. The goal is to produce water fit for a specific purpose.
We are the major wholesalers of Water purification products, get all the water purifiers from Domestic to industrial. Name any quantities of purified water you want to produce and we will give you the right machine!
Our professional team is ready to assist, we will advise you on which water purification system to get, tailored to suit your needs. We offer the best prices for all water purification products in Namibia and we keep lots of stock!
At Dawn, we sell the best quality Water Treatment Products which range from domestic under counter systems, Air purifiers, Filter cartridges, Water dispensers, Membranes, Ozone, Industrial reverse osmosis systems, Fittings, Filter housings, Filter media, Pumps, UV sterilizers and so much more!
Dawn’s water treatment systems are geared for prevention of waterborne diseases. In addition, the chlorine and fluoride added to water by municipal treatment plants can react with organic matter to form toxic, carcinogenic (cancer forming) organic compounds known as Trihalomethanes (THMSs).
Our commercial and domestic water purifiers will come with pretreatment for sea water, borehole water, rain water or river water. The pretreatment includes sand, carbon and softener to filter the rust, sand, mud and other dissolved solids before the water can go through the reverse osmosis membrane.
We also sell a wide range of water purification filter media, such as siliphos antisclallent crystal balls, Granular activated carbon (GAC), Ion exchange resin beads (Deionizer), Glass media, Clino-x, Evolet, Iron removal, Cat-ion resin, Manganese sand and much more.
Being the number one specialists in water treatment, we use a process known as Reverse Osmosis. A typical reverse osmosis system is much more than just to “RO Component.” A complete Reverse Osmosis System generally includes several other components, such as:
This includes carbon filters to remove chlorine, iron, manganese and sand filters, water softeners or ant-scalant systems.
RO systems make water slowly, so a tank is required. There are two (2) types of tanks – atmospheric and bladder types. Atmospheric types are typically bigger and since there is no bladder to supply back-pressure, the water quality is higher in an atmospheric tank verses a bladder tank. Smaller systems (generally under 1, 000 gpd often use bladder tanks from 14 to 80 gallons, while larger volume systems use atmospheric tanks from 75 gallons to 2, 000 gallons. When using an atmospheric tank a booster pump must be utilized to re-pressure the water and distribute it.
This includes Ultraviolet sterilizers (UV Systems) or ozonation to kill bacteria, pH adjustment to raise the pH or add some hardness back to the water and/or deionization to totally demineralize the water. Instrumentation – monitoring the end water quality is often desirable, so a number of instruments and analyzers are available to facilitate that.