Water is universal and basic to life. There is hardly any living thing that can exist without water.

Water in its natural state may contain some contaminants, about 90 different types of contaminants can be found in drinking water. These contaminants will vary from place to place and depending on the nature and source of the water.   The most common of them can be categorized   under the groups of Microbes, Inorganic Contaminants, Volatile Organic Contaminants, Disinfectants, Disinfection By-products and radionuclide contaminants. To guard against health risks and provide portable water of harmless quality, the World Health Organization and the Environmental Protection Agencies of most countries have set standards against these contaminants.

We at Alltimes have developed processes and systems geared towards providing clean water to serve the different needs of man. We provide water treatment solutions and technologies that have been perfected over many years of toiling in the field.  Whether for large or small-scale needs, Alltimes has appropriate water technologies to provide drinking water treatment systems   with a solid background in water treatment technology and plant design, construction, operation and maintenance, Alltimes Water Solutions & Technologies are a TOTAL water solutions company.

Bacterial Growth

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Alltimes effectively controls   microbial growth   through the provision of complete oxidization of bacteria and destruction of bacteria cell walls and biofilms through the use of appropriate technology.

Water Disinfection

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Clean water is critical to healthy, sustainable, and profitable operations in all human endeavours spanning industries and communities. Proper water disinfection is an effective means of removing or killing bacteria and unwanted pathogens in water supplies.

Scale-Inhibition and Corrosion Control

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Scale occurs when minerals in produced water surpass saturation limits as both pressures and temperatures change. Consequently, it leads to scale buildup and corrosion in pipes and equipment which often results in reductions in flow rates, production and efficiency losses, and often causes damage in equipment and replacement costs may be inevitable. Across industries, effective water programs must take scale-inhibition and corrosion control into account to safeguard productivity, protect assets, and mitigate risks.