To Offer “Complete Water Solutions” by re-engineering and integrating our technology and be a leader & provide unparalleled quality engineering solutions and services to our clients across India & the globe in the areas of Water, Energy & Environment.
Our Policy to eliminate quality losses to the society by continually implementing new technology and will inculcate a culture of continuous quality improvements and economic value addition, through optimal deployment of resources & waste elimination.
Homecom working with clients to provide them across the board solutions, which integrate the above areas and are customized to their specific needs and for providing maximum economic and ecological advantage. We work as a partner, consultant & performance contractor, offering solutions as a single source.
“Complete Water and Wastewater Solution” for turn-key projects. At the initial phase, we critically analyze specific requirementsof the clients and accordingly design systems. These systems are commissioned seamlessly under the guidance of our experts to ensure uninterrupted process flow.
AREA FOCUS ON WATER
WATER TREATMENT PLANT
•Industrial & Commercial R.O/Softener/ D.M Plant/ D.M.F/ A.C.F/ Industrial U.V & U.F,
WASTEWATER TREATMENT (Sewage Treatment and Effulent Treatment)Plant with conventional and advanced technologies.
•Turnkey Water & Wastewater Treatment Plants.
•Packaged Type Aerobic Water Treatment Plants based on suspended/ fixed growth.
•Advanced Wastewater Treatment Solutions based on special microbial cultures.
•Biotechnology with minimum operating costs and maximum sustainability
•Optimization of the existing facilities through retrofits, operational management and technology up gradation.
EXPERTISATION IN TECHNOLOGY
•Our Sewage Treatment Plants cater to diversified areas such as Residential Complexes, Hospitals, Hotels, Resorts, Schools, Educational Institutions & Industrial Institutions etc.
•We have professional expertise to deal in the following Sewage
• Extended Aeration [EA]
• Moving Bed Bio Reactor [MBBR]
• Sequencing Batch Reactor [SBR]
• Submerged Aeration Fixed Film [SAFF]
• Fluidized Aerobic Bio-reactor [FAB]
• Membrane Bio-reactor [MBR]
SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT
EFFLUENT TREATMENT TECHNOLOGY
• Our Effluent Treatment Plants cater to diversified areas such as Textile Industry, Electroplating & Pickling Industries, Hospitals,Automobile Industries, Food & Beverages, Pharmaceutical Industries, Export Houses etc.,
• We have professional expertise to deal in the following Effluent
• Physio – Chemical Treatment.
• Biological Treatment.
• Aerobic Treatment Plants.
• Activated Sludge Treatment Plants.
• Extended Aeration System.
• Diffused Aeration System.
EffULENT TREATMENT PLANT
OUR RANGE Of PRODUCTS
WATER TREATMENT PLANT
• Filtration System.
• Sand Filters.
• Activated Carbon.
• Micron Filter.
• Reverse Osmosis System.
• Demineralization plants.
RANGE Of PLANT
Demineralization or Deionization is the process of removing mineral salts from water by using the ion exchange process. With most natural water sources it is possible to use Demineralization and produce water of a higher quality than conventional distillation
Water hardness exists in significant areas of the country. Water softeners remove hard undesirable dissolved minerals that result in annoying white scales on fixtures, appliances and piping. Softening the water produces immediate benefits reduce usage of soap & detergent, cleaner clothes, and better tasting food.
COMMERCIAL WATER SOFTNER
RANGE OF PLANT
REVERSE OSMOSIS TECHNOLOGY (RO)
Reverse osmosis is the process of forcing a solvent from a region of high solute concentration through a membrane to a region of low solute concentration by applying a pressure in excess of the osmotic pressure. This is the reverse of the normal osmosis process, which is the natural movement of solvent from an area of low solute concentration, through a membrane, to an area of high solute concentration when no external pressure is applied. The membrane here is semipermeable,meaning it allows the passage of solvent but not of solute.
INDUSTRIAL RO PLANT
WATER TREATMENT, RO SYSTEM, OZONE GENERATOR, MIXING MACHINE WITH RO STRELISATION & MINERAL DOSING SYSTEM MACHINE
FULL BOTTLING MACHINE
OUR PRESTIGIOUS CLIENTS
• MDU (Maharishi Dayanand University), Delhi.
• NITM Murthal, Sonipat.
• Gateway International School, Sonipat.
• Ramjas School, Sonipat.
• ITI, Sonipat.
• Jain Senior Secondary School,Sonipat.
• G.V.M. High School, Sonipat.
• Khaitan Public School. Delhi.
• Guru Gobind Singh University, Dwarika, Delhi.
• MVN College, Faridabad.
• DAV Group, Delhi.
• Hindustan tin works Limited,Dhaturi,Sonipat
• Maneta Automotive Component Pvt ltd, Kundli,Sonipat
• Roulunds Braking India Pvt. Ltd. Bahalgarh,Sonipat.
• Sunstar Overseas Pvt. Ltd.Bahalgarh,Sonipat.
• P.S. Health Care, Rai, Sonipat.
• Ridhi Auto Industries.Rai,Sonipat.
• KMC Pvt Ltd. Kundli,Sonipat.
• FNS International Pvt. Ltd. Sonipat.
• Magpie International Kundli, Sonipat.
• Gopaljee Food Products.
• Jaico Steels Ltd.
• M.R. Beverages Pvt. Ltd
• Lious Berger Ltd.
• Heena Mineral Water – Delhi.
• Locus - Kota, Rajashthan
• Roop Polymers Ltd.
• ESI Hospital, Okhla
• Nidan Hospital, Sonipat.
• Tulip Hospital, Sonipat.
• Bhaghat Hospital, Sonipat.
• Sharoha Hospital, Sonipat.
• Bansal Hospital, Dhol pur, Rajasthan.
Hotels & Resorts:
• Escorts Swimming Pool , Faridabad
• Kanak Garden, Murthal, Sonipat.
• Kuber Hotel, Murthal, Sonipat.
• Ethnic India Tourist Resort, Rai, Sonipat
• Hotel Suriya NFC, Delhi.
• Hotel Leela Palace, Delhi
• Krishna Aapra - Netaji Shubhash Palace, Delhi
• Rajputana Resorts, Jaipur highway, Rajasthan.
MECHNICAL,ELECTRICAL & PLUMBING WORK:
• NMC Hospital. Khanpur (ALL MEP WORKS)
• UMANG DAIRY, GAJARULA, U.P.(ETP-1.7 MLD)
• RALHAN CONSTRUCTION CO.Delhi
• MVN GROUPS, DELHI
• ELDICO ETHOPIEA,NOIDA (CONSTRUCTON PURPOSE)
• Pratibha Industries, Mumbai.
• Parker Regency/Mall, Sonipat, Hariyana
• Tulip Mall, Sonipat.
• Air Force - Gwalior.
• Distt. Court - Rohini, Delhi
• Indian Railway, Bahadurgarh, Hariyana.
• DDA (Delhi Development Authority)
• ONGC (Oil and Natural Gas Commission), Noida
• Indian Oil Corporation Ltd. Noida.
• Punjab Rural Development Project In RO Plant.
• ANGLIQUE INTERNATIONAL NOIDA
• Iscon Group, Brindaban, U.P.
• ISCON GROUP, ROHNI TEMPLE, Delhi.
• Netaji Subhash Sports Complex, Jasola, Delhi.
Contact Person- Pankaj Puri.
Ph. No-09896240080, 09034160559, 07015620227
A Simple And Straightforward
Water Filtration Process
Reverse Osmosis is a process in which
dissolved inorganic solids (such as salts) are removed from a solution (such as
water). This is accomplished by household water pressure pushing the tap water
through a semipermeable membrane.
A few impurities found in tap water that can be
removed with Reverse Osmosis filtration technology:
·Chlorine & Chlormamine
·Detergents & more
·Nitrates & Sulfates
What Happens To The
Contaminants That Don’t Pass Through The Membrane?
household water pressure pushes water through the RO membrane and additional
filters, such as sediment or carbon filters, the impurities are filtered out and
subsequently flushed down the drain. What is left, is delicious, clean-tasting
drinking water. Note that many RO units incorporate a 4-5 stage process for
optimal water quality.
may be interested to know that Reverse Osmosis technology is not new. In fact,
RO processes began being utilized by municipalities back in 1977. Since then,
Reverse Osmosis has become increasingly popular because it is safe,
cost-effective, and easy to maintain.
RO Filter Systems: What Are The Basic Components Of An RO System?
residential "Point Of Use" POU RO systems are installed and stored
under the kitchen sink. Regarding the common components of a four to five-stage
RO system, note that:
RO systems look similar and have the same basic components.
most RO systems look and work basically the same way --they differ in the
QUALITY of their components.
Components Of A Reverse Osmosis System:
1.Cold Water Line Valve:Valve that fits onto the cold water
supply line. The valve has a tube that attaches to the inlet side of the RO pre
filter. This is the water source for the RO system.
2.Pre-Filter(s):Water from the cold water supply line
enters the Reverse Osmosis Pre Filter first. There may be more than one
pre-filter used in a Reverse Osmosis system, the most common being sediment and
carbon filters. These pre-filters are used to PROTECT the RO membranes by
removing sand silt, dirt, and other sediment that could clog the system. Additionally,
carbon filters may be used to remove chlorine, which can damage the RO
3.Reverse Osmosis Membrane:The Reverse Osmosis Membrane is the
heart of the system. The semi permeable RO membrane is designed to remove a
wide variety of both aesthetic and health-related contaminants. After passing
through the membrane, the water goes into a pressurized storage tank where
treated water is stored.
4.Post filter(s):After the water leaves the RO storage
tank, but before going to the RO faucet, the treated water goes through a final
“post filter”. The post filter is usually a carbon filter. Any remaining tastes
or odors are removed from the product water by post filtration “polishing”
5.Automatic Shut Off Valve (SOV):To conserve water, the RO system has
an automatic shut off valve. When the storage tank is full, the automatic shut
off valve closes to stop any more water from entering the membrane and blocks
flow to the drain. Once water is drawn from the RO faucet, the pressure in the
tank drops; the shut off valve then opens to send the drinking water through
the membrane while the contaminated wastewater is diverted down the drain.
6.Check Valve: A check valve is located in the
outlet end of the RO membrane housing. The check valve prevents the backward
flow of treated water from the RO storage tank. A backward flow could rupture
the RO membrane.
7.Flow Restrictor:Water flowing through the RO membrane
is regulated by a flow restrictor. There are many different styles of flow
controls, but their common purpose is to maintain the flow rate required to
obtain the highest quality drinking water (based on the gallon capacity of the
membrane). The flow restrictor also helps maintain pressure on the inlet side
of the membrane. Without the additional pressure from the flow control, very
little drinking water would be produced because all the incoming water would
take the path of least resistance and simply flow down the drain line. The flow
control is most often located in the RO drain line tubing.
8.Storage Tank:The standard RO storage tank holds
from 2 - 4 gallons of water. A bladder inside the tank keeps water pressurized
in the tank when it is full. The typical under counter Reverse Osmosis tank is
12 inches in diameter and 15 inches tall.
9.Faucet:The RO unit uses its own faucet, which
is usually installed on the kitchen sink. Some areas have plumbing regulations
requiring an air gap faucet, but non-air gap models are more common
line:This line runs from the outlet end of
the Reverse Osmosis membrane housing to the drain. The drain line is used to
dispose of the wastewater containing the impurities and contaminants that have
been filtered out by the reverse osmosis membrane.
Diagram of a Reverse Osmosis System with Basic
We’ve Researched To Find The BEST Reverse Osmosis Systems For
At HOMECOM Water Products, we’ve been
selling water filtration equipment for 25+ years. This longevity in the
industry has made us very selective in what we sell and endorse. We carry only
RO systems that have won our confidence--those that are manufactured with the
highest-quality components, offer outstanding warranties, and have the highest
ratings for customer satisfaction.