Advanced Johkasou Models
Daiki Axis Sri Lanka provides Advanced Johkasou models to manage Industrial sewage and industrial wastewater treatment in Sri Lanka. We have the capability to design treatment processes using membrane and ion exchange technologies. These include organic and inorganic treatments, membrane filtration and separation, electro-winning, chemical precipitation and vacuum degasification.
Our BJ systems can meet the most stringent and demanding water quality requirements in the high sensitive areas.
Daiki Axis Sri Lanka specializes in providing Advanced Johkasou models for effective management of industrial sewage and wastewater treatment. Our capabilities extend to designing treatment processes that incorporate cutting-edge membrane and ion-exchange technologies. These encompass a wide range of organic and inorganic treatments, membrane filtration and separation, electro-winning, chemical precipitation, and vacuum degasification.
Among our exceptional offerings are the BJ systems, designed to meet the most stringent and demanding water quality requirements, particularly in high-sensitive areas. Our commitment to excellence these systems deliver optimal results, addressing even the most challenging water treatment needs.
Note - Any other tolerance levels can be supplied as per customer requirement
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In addition to standard sizes and models, any capacity can be supplied as per customer requirement
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