Types of Water Treatment Processes \nCoagulation or Flocculation\nIn this process, liquid aluminum sulphate or polymer is added to water. \nDirt particles in the water then stick together or coagulate and continue to stick together until heavy particles are formed. \nThese heavy dirt particles are called flocs. \nThe Flocs are then removed from the water by settling or filtration. \nFiltration\nIn this process, a filter is designed to remove dirt particles when water flows through it. \n\nFiltration is also a process that is used in disinfection to improve the effectiveness of the disinfection process. \n\nDisinfection\nDisinfection is a water treatment process that destroys parasites, bacteria and viruses before the water is sent to the distribution system. \nChlorine is an effective disinfectant that is added to water. \nDisinfection is an important process that protects against possible biological contamination in the water distribution system. \nFluoridation\nWater fluoridation is a process where the concentration of the free fluoride ion is adjusted to optimum level sufficiency.\nThis process helps reduce decay that is caused by the excess fluoride in the water. \npH Correction\nThis process adjusts the pH levels in the water by adding lime to stabilize natural soft water. \npH correction prevents corrosion in the distribution system and water pipes. \n\nVisit yellowpages-uae.com to contact Water Treatment Companies in UAE i.e. at https://www.yellowpages-uae.com/uae/water-treatment
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