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Domestic Water Treatment

Domestic water treatment – Advice & Help Guide :

Nimbus Water SA offer a water filtration solution for borehole, river, or dam water treatment, to meet SANS standards for drinking water. How to effectively treat pool water by using less chlorine – through ultra violet and how can I use my pool water as back-up water supply to the home? Nimbus Water offer filtration solutions.

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Use your pool water as a back-up, or buffer water supply to the home!

Nimbus Water Technologies – Use your pool water as a BACK-UP water supply to the home, lodge, B&B – NIMP-01 mobile & portable system. Your pool water pH level, plus bacteria control is maintained through chemical, or chlorinator treatment and sediment/dirt filtered out to +-20micron. If maintained, is again municipal POTABLE WATER. The pool, or potable water can be pumped to the home, lodge, B&B, farm, or usage areas via the NIMP-01 system and your garden hose. The portable/mobile back-up process as follow; Easy to carry and connect pump & filter frame mounted. Position next to pool. Place flexi-hose in the pool. Prime the pump with pool water. Connect the garden hose [normal Gardenia fittings] to carbon filter outlet and connect to valve at the selected tap point. Connect power 220v and have water on demand in the home at same flow rate and pressure supplied, if not better, than local municipality/metro. Pump fitted with automatic flow & pressure control.
Water Alert The following was received from Ward Councillor Andre du Plessis yesterday: The city of Ekurhuleni is unable to meet the high demand for water. Please use water sparingly to avoid water restrictions across Ekurhuleni. Germiston currently have water restrictions in place. Let’s save water by: Repairing any water leaks. Avoid topping up swimming pools Water gardens only with grey water (used domestic water) Avoid the washing of vehicles and paved areas Other Water Saving Tips (information source Google) · Take shorter showers (turn off the shower while soaping up, then turn it back on to rinse) · Install water-saving shower heads (replace your shower head with an ultra low-flow version) · If bathing, use the minimum amount of water required by inserting the plug first and then running the water to (the initial burst of cold water can be warmed by adding hot water) · Flush toilets only when necessary (dispose of cigarette butts, insects and any other waste in the refuse bin rather) · Don’t let water run while shaving, washing your face or brushing teeth · Use your dishwasher and washing machines for full loads only · Repair leaking tap washers (a small leak can waste substantial water on a daily basis) · When washing dishes by hand, don’t leave the water running for rinsing (if you have a double sink, fill one with soapy water and one with rinse water) · Store drinking water in the fridge rather than letting the tap run each time you want cool water · Harvest any excess water (showers or kitchen) for other uses around the house such as cleaning and watering · Educate children on water usage and the importance of water conservation Water is a precious resource. Let’s use it wisely. Let’s play our part and conserve every drop of water possible.

Rain water collection & treatment design solutions

Nimbus Water SA will design, based on your reticulation and water usage objective, a cost effective collection & treament process. Basic to advanced water treatment & filtration technology is available to treat & filter the “dirty water”, including grey water, for various applications. Make better use of the water we have and what water is available! It‘s a source that is fast running out and “cheap” water supply days are numbered!

High Volume  Filtration

How to treat borehole water vs municipal water?

Municipal water supplies are monitored for water quality by the municipality. Municipal water supplies are usually treated prior to distribution and consumption by consumers. The treatment of well water will depend on the result of your water quality analysis. Some water quality problems are better handled through point-of-entry applications, such as color and odor problems, or conditions such as hardness. Other contaminants can be best handled through point-of-use devices.Keep in mind that some treatment technologies may require that the homeowner pretreat the water in order for the product to be effective. For example, reverse osmosis systems designed for arsenic or nitrate reduction will last longer if hard water is softened prior to entering the reverse osmosis unit.

Borehole, river, or dam water treatment system TW3BB20-CTS

When selecting a water treatment system, it is important that you verify that the technology is safe and effective. One good way to ensure that water treatment products are both safe and effective is to use only certified water treatment devices. Certification by NSF to NSF/ANSI standards means that the manufacturer‘s performance claims have been validated and that the materials used in the construction of the product have been determined by toxicologists to be safe for use with potable water. In addition, NSF ensures that the product literature is correct and not misleading. Through ongoing certification audits of manufacturing facilities and periodic retesting of the system, we also ensure that the water treatment products we certify continue to meet rigorous public health standards year after year.