Depending on the quality of the source water and the requirements for purified water, the necessary modern water treatment technologies are successfully used by Agbor:

Reverse osmosis and nanofiltration are used to produce partially desalted and softened water. The technology of reverse osmosis does not require the consumption of a large number of reagents and is a continuous process.

Ultrafiltration is used to remove suspended solids, reduce turbidity, and contain organic substances. With ultrafiltration, the oxidation and content of viruses and bacteria decrease, which ultimately affects the substantial increase in the operability of membrane elements and ion-exchange resins.

Electrodeionization acts as an alternative to mixed-action filters (FSD) and is designed for deep desalination of water in power engineering, electronics and the pharmaceutical industry.

Along with this, the company also actively uses classical water treatment technologies:

Reagent treatment of feed water is used for efficient filtration (coagulation and flocculation). Also, the reagent treatment is also applicable to purified water to inhibit corrosion processes and bactericidal treatment in places of use of purified water.

Decarbonization of water is designed to remove free carbon dioxide by “blowing”.

Ion-exchange technologies from simple softening, organic absorption, selective removal of ions to deep desalination are used to produce feed water for boilers from small to ultra-high pressure, as well as for the electronic and pharmaceutical industries.