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Gray water is the portion of domestic waste water that does not contain toilet water. That is, the waste from the shower, washbasin, bathtub and kitchen. Detergents, shampoos, dish water, hair, fabric particles, such as fragile items. Gray water is formed by contamination of domestic water used in homes with chemicals. The gray water pollution rate mainly determines the habits of consumers. The resulting pollution is a result of the use of personal hygiene products, detergents, dirty clothes and bodybuilding. These pollutants are briefly classified as biological reducers. Gray water is constantly formed due to personal hygiene requirements regardless of weather conditions. Except for toilet wastes in domestic wastewater, the process of purifying the water coming from the shower, washbasin and bathtub is called gray water treatment. Recovery can be achieved by including gray water in the water drained from the laundry. By purifying the gray water, it is possible to obtain water for use without drinking water quality.

Product description

Wastewater recycled with gray water treatment systems is used in toilets, general cleaning work and garden irrigation. The purpose of recovering gray water is to use gray water as domestic water instead of drinking water where we do not need water as drinking water. Gray water is generally used for garden irrigation, toilet and general cleaning works. By purifying this water both waste water is reduced and water consumption of the network is decreased in the facilities and houses. Thus, water consumption costs due to water usage are also decreasing. Generally 40% of the water used in the houses is in the shower, bath, sink; 13% in laundry washing, 25% in WC reservoirs, 5% in cleaning, 5% in garden water and 12% in kitchen use. Since gray water can be used in areas such as garden irrigation, toilet reservoirs, cleaning etc., about 50% of the water consumed will be supplied from the gray water system.

Product features

  • Chlorine Dosage Unit
  • Grid
  • Sand Filter
  • Active Carbon Filters
  • UF Modules
  • Filtered Water Storage and Feeding Pump
  • Reverse Wash Storage and Pump
  • Final Chlorine Dosage Unit
  • Final Chlorine Dosage Unit

Quality Requirements for Gray Water Application and Use Water
Water-borne areas have their own specific quality requirements. Therefore, the water obtained from the gray water recovery system must meet the standards of the place to be used. In general, the treated water from treated gray water must be hygienic and microbiologically reliable, colorless and completely free from solid wastes. After the gray water that is being treated starts to hide, there should be no odor after a few days. Since there is not yet legal regulations governing the quality of the domestic water and the operation of the enterprises, it is recommended that written warranties be given to the quality of the gray water treated by the manufacturers of the gray water recovery system. According to current scientific research, it has been proven that these waters are suitable for toilet reservoirs, laundry, garden irrigation, use in ornamental pools and direct discharge to surface waters.
Advantages of Gray Water Treatment System

1. Reduction of water usage.

2. Reduction of water usage costs where there is a lot of sink usage such as hotels, social facilities and schools.

3. Protecting our natural resources

4. Gray Water is a valuable water source in places where water resources are low.

Dimensions of Gray Water Treatment System

The amount of gray water as well as the mixing ratio of gray water is highly dependent on the consumer's habits. As a general rule, the amount of domestic water used in the apartments is considerably less than the amount of gray water. Generally, it is not necessary to purify the entire gray water. Therefore, it is much more advantageous to purify and purify the water coming from the gray water which is the less dirty, ie the shower, the sink, and the bathtub. When calculating the dimensions of the system, the characteristics of the place where the system will be installed should also be considered. For example, the amount of gray water coming into the system to be installed in commercial purposes such as hotels is higher than in domestic systems.

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