Reverse Osmosis/Water Treatment Plant For Agriculture/Vegetable and Animal Farming

Although human beings now attach importance to the development of electronic science and technology, the most basic agriculture plays an important role for human beings and is an important source of human economic development.

Water is also very important in agriculture. Because water is a source of food growth. Not only do we need water to grow crops, but we also need to raise livestock for our meat products. There is a direct correlation between the amount of water used in the agricultural sector and crop yields.

The greatest use of fresh water is for irrigation. Most of this water is obtained from groundwater, which has a limited supply.

The best water resources for agriculture are naturally occurring aquifers, rivers and aqueducts that flow through the land. These water sources are underground and do not sink easily into the soil and can be managed more efficiently (they have less evaporation and last longer than groundwater) .

Every year, the water in aquifers is depleted or polluted, making fresh water sources for irrigation increasingly scarce.

The cultivation of vegetables and animals requires very strict water treatment.
Almost all naturally occurring water contains some form of contaminant from the surrounding rock and soil that make up the great crust. Drained irrigation water and sewage are the cause of water quality. In general, salinity levels are a major concern for the irrigation industry because of the destructive effects of salt on soil and product growth. Of course, there are other pollutants, so we need to use our water treatment plant.

The following water treatment plant is often purchased by our customers:

1. Sand filter and carbon filter

Capacity availability (ranges from 250lph to 50TPH in capacity)

2.RO plant

It takes a lot of pure water to make a drink.

3.Reverse Osmosis plant

Capacity availability (ranges from 250lph to 50TPH in capacity)