The importance of saving water and how rapidly this limited natural resource is getting wasted has been a
never-ending concern among environmentalists. Not only quantity but even the quality of water has seen a
In India, the biggest source for drinking water in the urban and rural areas has primarily been groundwater.
This is not only used for consuming but also for agricultural and irrigation purposes.
Pipes & Fittings :
All types of Industries be it large scale construction projects or small-scale development areas require proper
pipes and fittings as their basic element. These are highly vital for supply and distribution of water.
MS Pipe :
MS stands for ‘Mild Steel’ and like it’s name is made up of roughly 0.18% of carbon constituents.
This reduces the hardness of the pipe and in turn makes them easy to use. These types of pipes are commonly
seen to be used as Water pipes. Fin-Cut Pipes used for tube-wells also comes under this category.
GI Pipe :
GI stands for ‘Galvanised Iron’ and much like MS pipes contain low carbon. These pipes are coated with
a layer of zinc under a process called Galvanization from which they get their name. One of the biggest
advantages is that these pipes are 100% rust free and are used for end point distribution. GI Pipes are
also commonly seen to be used in hilly areas as they are more durable and provide longevity.
DI Pipe :
DI stands for ‘Ductile Iron’ and if properly installed and maintained comes with a lifespan of
about a 100 years. These pipes are made up of ductile iron known to be more impact resistant.
Supply and distribution of drinking water is done using DI pipes.
uPVC Pipes :
uPVC stands for ‘unplasticized polyvinyl chloride’ and has more durability than PVC pipes and
are more sunlight resistant. These pipes are commonly seen to be used for drainage purposes.
PE stands for ‘Polyethylene’ and have a high strength-to-density ratio. These pipes have the
quality to resist corrosion, most general chemicals and are also less in weight and more flexible.
These pipes are very effective in transferring huge quantities of potable water
In order to make sure water is being utilized to its optimum level without wastage, proper regulation
needs to be done. For this purpose valves are used to control the flow of water which may vary from place
to place. There are various types of Valves some well-known ones being Non-Return Valve, Gate Valve, Air Valve,
butterfly valve, etc which are used depending on the requirement of Water Supply system.
Disinfection Equipment :
Raw or untreated water constitute infectants like bacteria and virus and serves to be harmful for use.
In order to make water safe for use, certain equipments are required.
Gas Chlorination Systems
Chlorine is known to be a key ingredient for disinfecting water.
When done under trained supervision, this equipment serves to be secure, useful and economical solution.
These devices are used to make drinking water and water used in swimming pools safe to be used by people. There are different kinds of electrochlorinating systems including small models to provide easy portability for small scale projects like households or villages.
This is a method of using silver ions as their main element. Silver is known to have qualities which prevent contamination. The advantage of using this equipment is that it does not affect the natural smell or taste of water.
Chlorine Dioxide is an effective chemical as it restrains the
production of bacteria in potable water. Mostly commonly used to disinfect drinking water, chlorine
dioxide is also used in various sewage and industrial water treatment processes.
Water Treatment :
Groundwater in its natural form has chemical components like Iron, Arsenic and Fluoride amongst others.
Excess amount of these ingredients severely affect human health.
We undertake projects to ensure that with the use of modern machineries, water is treated so as to make it
consumable for the population at scale. The resultant will also serve to produce better results for irrigation
and agricultural activities.
Studies state that an average person wastes around 0 to 45 Litres of water every day. Leaking faucets are a
cause for wasting approximately 4000 drops of water which adds up to a litre.
To safeguard unnecessary misuse of water, water meters are used. Since residents and commercial buildings
fail to keep track of such practices, our services help measure the use and misuse of water supplied.
Basic human existence is dependent on certain elements, freshwater being one of them.
To manage water and make sure that it is suitable for various uses, a quality monitoring system is used.
Our turnkey projects include monitoring the quality of water. This identifies any existing problems or ones
that may arise in the future. The collected data has been useful to strengthen regulations related to pollution
and help plan ahead in case of environmental emergencies.
Pumps for Dosing :
To make water most suitable for use, the natural quality of water needs to be amplified after being treated.
This is done by a technique known as Dosing.
We provide pumps which are used for water dosing. These pumps are used to adjust the pH level of water by
injecting a chemical to the water. The resultant will serve to provide a consistent quality for agriculture,
industrial, medical, food and mining uses.
The current state of the market is experiencing a rapid technological shift. Taking advantage of such a situation, water is renewed using solar energy.
As pumping water requires a lot of Electricity, this is where solar energy comes to the rescue.
It is used to pump water for storage in overhead tanks during sunlight hours and uses gravity as pressure
for usage and distribution.
The water pumped is disinfected using electrochlorinators and silver ion disinfection systems which are
also run by Solar power. These small innovations will help us to provide safe consumable water in the
disconnected habitations, and will ultimately result in helping us sustain and reuse water by not causing
further environmental damage.