Textile

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Textile processes produce multi component wastewater which can be difficult to treat. This wastewater can cause serious environmental problems due to their high colour, large amount of suspended solids, and high chemical oxygen demand. The most significant sources of pollution among various process stages are pretreatment, dyeing, printing, and finishing of textile materials.

Water coming into a textile manufacturing plant is filtered to remove contaminants. Significant water savings can be achieved through the use of advanced filtration systems to filter and recycle wastewater for various applications of Textile Industry. Applications include Filtration for size recovery; Filtration and reverse osmosis for bleaching and scouring process streams; Filtration and evaporation for mercerizing streams; and Filtration and reverse osmosis for dyeing streams.

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