Water treatment chemical

Water treatment chemicals definition can be given in two lines, however, that isn’t ample & would be arbitrary if done. Let’s have a brief introduction on what has made us rely on water treatment chemicals.  

Contemporarily, the demand for safe and fresh water is consistently rising, owing to satisfy the human needs and to support the industrial activities. With the increasing urbanization and economic development, the current water supply is unlikely to satisfy the ever growing demands. Hence, the chemical industry uses the innovative ways of water treatment in order to make water acceptable for end-use, such as drinking, cooking, irrigation and industrial purpose to name a few. The water treatment methods use four basic processes that include boiler water treatment, cooling water treatment, water purification and treatment of wastewater effluent. The substances that are removed during the water treatment process are suspended solids, viruses, fungi, bacteria, algae, and minerals. The process involves both physical and chemical methods. The chemical used in this process are called water treatment chemicals.

our water treatment chemicals: 

scale inhibitors, corrosion inhibitors, boicides & algicides, chelating agents, dispersing agents, reverse osmosis agents, detergent auxiliaries etc.

Typical water treatment chemicals

ion-exchange resin


ion exchange resin column


nitrate removal ion exchange resin


ion exchange resin amberlite ira


resin beads ion exchange