water demineralizing

water demineralizing

[′wȯd·ər dē′min·rə‚līz·iŋ]
(chemical engineering)
The removal of minerals (for example, compounds of Ca, Mg, and Na) from water by chemical, ion-exchange, or distillation procedures.
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Five tenders for the supply of (a) different size empty chlorine cylinders, (b) supply of personal & industrial safety equipment, (c) flow measuring instruments for Benha Water Filtration Station, (d) oxidation tank, including erection, for the water demineralizing plant (to remove iron & manganese) in Qaha City, also (e) submersible pumps to Arab Juhayna water treatment plant in Shebin El Qanater.
Two tenders for conducting the required (a) purging and dredging of the water intake on the Nile feeding Cairo South Power Station, also (b) supply of valves required for German made water demineralizing plan serving the steam fired units at the same station.
Four tenders for the supply & erection of (a) two horizontal water lifting pumps at Al Qenayat water demineralizing station (to separate iron & manganese), also (b) drilling of a water well, supply & erection of a deep water pump therein at Al A'aras potable water treatment plant in Minyal Qamh, (c) drilling of four 12 inch diameter artesian water wells at the locations of subordinated potable water stations & (d) rehabilitation/ replacement of the chlorine injection system at New Salhiya Potable Water Treatment Plant.