Technology

A comprehensive research institute where all Natural Star water research and development is integrated in one place,

with sense and responsibility, with the goal of "harmonious life of people and the environment through water treatment technology"

- This is also the goal we are still focusing on -

  • Water reuse is an important process of recycling used water to meet different demands.
  • Instead of consuming fresh water from natural sources, water reuse helps alleviate the strain on water supply systems and reduces environmental burden.
  • Water reuse methods include wastewater treatment, collecting and treating stormwater, and utilizing recycled water in industries and households.
  • Water reuse contributes to safeguarding freshwater sources and maintaining environmental balance.

  • In the modern environment, water quality management plays a crucial role in preserving freshwater resources and maintaining ecological balance.
  • Ensuring clean and safe water not only impacts human health but also affects biodiversity and the natural environment.
  • Through the application of modern techniques such as wastewater treatment, water quality monitoring, and the use of green technologies, we can achieve the goal of safeguarding water resources and creating a sustainable environment for the future.

  • In the paper and pulp industry, chemicals play a crucial role in creating high-quality products.
  • Chemicals used in the production process help regulate pulp formation, enhance durability, and improve the properties of the final products.
  • For instance, chemicals for bonding, coloring, and structuring contribute to achieving the desired whiteness and smoothness of paper.
  • Understanding the nature and usage of chemicals is a decisive factor in producing high-quality paper and pulp that meet market demands.

  • Chemical Cleaning is a crucial role in various industries and applications. They are utilized to eliminate dirt, grease, and other pollutants, ensuring cleanliness and safety.
  • In the manufacturing process, cleaning chemicals are employed to clean surfaces, equipment, and tools, maintaining their high performance and durability.
  • Moreover, cleaning chemicals are also used for sanitation and preservation of final products before they are introduced to the market.
  • Proper selection and use of cleaning chemicals are essential factors to ensure product quality and compliance with environmental regulations.

  • RO water treatment system, also known as reverse osmotic water treatment system, is a membrane separation technology developed in the 1960s.
  • Principle: Raw water passes through the reverse osmosis membrane under high pressure, and the solvent of water diffuses from high concentration to low concentration.
  • Remove 98% or more of the salts dissolved in bacteria, viruses, colloids, organic matter and water.
  • Low operating costs, easy operation, high automation levels and reliable runoff water quality.
  • Widely used in water treatment-related industries.

  • Biological wastewater treatment technology plays a significant role in treating wastewater from various sources. This method utilizes bacteria and other microorganisms to decompose and remove organic and insoluble pollutants in wastewater. The treatment process occurs within specially designed ponds, basins, or tanks that provide ideal conditions for the bacteria to thrive.
  • Biological wastewater treatment technology is not only effective in cleaning wastewater but also minimizes negative environmental impacts compared to traditional treatment methods. This translates to reducing the risk of groundwater pollution, surface water contamination, and ecosystem disruption.
  • Biological wastewater treatment technology promotes sustainability and safeguards our water resources.

  • The technology developed by combining only the advantages of the existing active sludge method and the biofilm method
  • Method of using buoyant media specifically designed to support various microbial communities in biological membranes
  • Great configuration, low footprint, and easy conversion to upgrade existing plant or greenfield sites
  • Good points It is applied to sewage, wastewater, and heavy water treatment facilities, and in particular, it has an excellent effect on removing nitrogen and phosphorus (nitrogen of 10 mg/l or less, phosphorus of 1 mg/l or less)
  • Can be installed in a small space Responsive to load variations
  • Low sludge generation
  • Facilities are easy to manage and stable
  • More affordability and system flexibility Semi-permanent, easy to handle in case of system failure
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