Shivam Water Treaters Pvt. Ltd.
Shivam Water Treaters Pvt. Ltd.
Vasna, Ahmedabad, Gujarat

Treatment Plant

Providing you the best range of Treatment Plant such as Industrial Water Softener, Disaster Management Unit, UF Plant, Softener Resin Bed and Tube Settler System with effective & timely delivery.

Industrial Water Softener

Industrial Water Softener
  • Industrial Water Softener
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We hold expertise in meeting the demands of Industrial Water Softener. Also well recognized in the markets as Industrial Water Softener and Ion Exchange Plant, our well defined services and supported by experienced industry professionals also allow us to deliver end product as per the exact specifications provided by them.

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Disaster Management Unit

Disaster Management Unit
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Shivam’s Disaster Management Unit is a state of the art containerised water treatment system specially designed to cater to emergency requirements of drinking water during during natural calamities. Disasters such as floods, drought, cyclones and earthquakes result in high contaminated water supply sources, leading to widespread water borne diseases and epidemics. Shivam’s disaster management unit produces safe drinking water confirming to stringent IS 10500 standards.


Skid mounted, compact, designed to fit into a container, can be operated on a diesel generator, does not involve use of chemicals.

Working Principle:

Shivam’s Disaster Management unit consists of ultra-filtration, reverse osmosis and ozonation modules which can be used in combination, depending on the quality of water to be treated. It is designed to produce 5000 litres per hour drinking water from any surface water supply having low dissolved solids ( less than 200 mg/l) and 2000 litres per hour from brackish water sources like ground water with TDS as high as 2000 mg/l.


This membrane based process removes all undissolved impurities including suspended solids, colloidal impurities, bacteria and viruses and a large number of organic compounds like pesticides and detergents.

Reverse Osmosis:

Also a membrane based process, it removes dissolved impurities from brackish water to produce potable water having low dissolved salts. This process is ideally suited to drought prone areas.


This consists of an ozone generator unit which produces ozone gas in suit and a mechanism which introduces the ozone gas into water to kill all bacteria and inactivate viruses.
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UF Plant

UF Plant
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Shivam packaged UF Plant units are designed for a variety of industrial, commercial and municipal applications requiring high quality equipment with a fast delivery and competitive price. These pre-engineered, pre-assembled and factory tested units minimize installation and start-up time. With simple utility connections and easy to set up controls, the unit is ready for quick on-line service.


  • Low fouling Hydrophilic Polyvinylidenefluoride (H-PVDF) membrane
  • Excellent filter performance with high flux
  • High removal efficiency of bacteria and viruses
  • Can be periodically back washed and air scoured to improve performance and extend operating life by removing the fouling layer
  • Simple, vertical, modular design allows low cost, compact systems
  • Fully automated control system for backwashing process
  • Advanced custom designed Control Cubicle
  • Pre-assembled and factory tested
  • Minimizes on-site construction costs
  • Ensures quick delivery and simplifies plant start-up
  • Cost-effective for virtually all water filter applications
  • Superior effluent quality
  • Ideal for direct reuse
  • Simple operation and maintenance
  • Requires minimal operator supervision
  • Most comprehensive cleaning capability ensures peak system performance
  • Significantly reduces sludge generation
  • Stainless / carbon steel membrane tank and equipment frame
  • Membrane and back pulse tank mounted on equipment frame
  • Permeate, back pulse pumps, membrane aeration blowers and associated valving mounted on equipment frame
  • Control panel with standard PLC and HMI interface mounted on equipment frame


  • Full-featured treatment system for variable water quality
  • Available side-loading tank provides easy access to membrane modules
  • Flexible installation configurations with steel or concrete tankage
  • Easy to install
  • Rapidly expandable
  • Simple to operate
  • Easily integrated into an existing facility
  • Suitable for Drinking water, mineral water, Tertiary waste water treatment,
  • Pre-treatment for seawater desalination plants and reverse osmosis plant
  • Ground and surface water purification o Treatment of used process water in various commercial and industrial applications
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Softener Resin Bed

Softener Resin Bed
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We call water "hard" if it contains a lot of calcium or magnesium dissolved in it. A water softener reduces the dissolved calcium, magnesium and to some degree manganese and ferrous iron ion concentration in hard water. These "hardness ions" cause three major kinds of undesired effects.

Most visibly, metal ions react with soaps and calcium-sensitive detergents, hindering their ability to lather and forming a precipitate-the familiar "bathtub ring". Presence of "hardness ions" also inhibits the cleaning effect of detergent formulations.

Second, calcium and magnesium carbonates tend to precipitate out as hard deposits to the surfaces of pipes and heat exchanger surfaces. This is principally caused by thermal decomposition of bi-carbonate ions but also happens to some extent even in the absence of such ions. The resulting build-up of scale can restrict water flow in pipes. In boilers, the deposits act as an insulation that impairs the flow of heat into water, reducing the heating efficiency and allowing the metal boiler components to overheat. In a pressurized system, this can lead to failure of the boiler.

Third, the presence of ions in an electrolyte, in this case, hard water, can also lead to galvanic corrosion, in which one metal will preferentially corrode when in contact with another type of metal, when both are in contact with an electrolyte. However the sodium (or potassium) ions released during conventional water softening are much more electrolytically active than the calcium or magnesium ions that they replace and galvanic corrosion would be expected to be substantially increased by water softening and not decreased. Similarly if any lead plumbing is in use, softened water is likely to be substantially more Plumbo solvency than hard water.

Ion-exchange resin devices:

Conventional water-softening devices intended for household use depend on an ion-exchange resin in which "hardness" ions trade places with sodium ions that are electrostatic bound to the anionic functional groups of the polymeric resin. A class of minerals called zeolites also exhibits ion-exchange properties; these minerals were widely used in earlier water softeners. Water softeners may be desirable when the source of water is a well, whether municipal or private.

How it works:

The water to be treated passes through a bed of the resin. Negatively-charged resins absorb and bind metal ions, which are positively charged. The resins initially contain univalent hydrogen, sodium or potassium ions, which exchange with divalent calcium and magnesium ions in the water. As the water passes through the resin column, the hardness ions replace the hydrogen, sodium or potassium ions which are released into the water. The "harder" the water, the more hydrogen, sodium or potassium ions are released from the resin and into the water.

Resins are also available to remove carbonate, bi-carbonate and sulphate ions which are absorbed and hydroxyl ions released from the resin. Both types of resin may be provided in a single water softener.


s these resins become loaded with undesirable cations and anions they gradually lose their effectiveness and must be regenerated. If a cationic resin is used (to remove calcium and magnesium ions) then regeneration is usually effected by passing a concentrated brine, usually of sodium chloride or potassium chloride, or hydrochloric acid solution through them.

For anionic resins a solution of sodium or potassium hydroxide (lye) is used. If potassium chloride is used the same exchange process takes place except that potassium is exchanged for the calcium, magnesium and iron instead of sodium. This is a more expensive option and may be unsuited for people on potassium-restricted diets.
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Tube Settler System

Tube Settler System
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Shubham's Tube settlers offer an inexpensive method of upgrading existing water treatment plant clarifiers and sedimentation basins to improve performance. They can also reduce the tankage/footprint required in new installations or improve the performance of existing settling basins by reducing the solids loading on downstream filters.
 Tube settlers capture the settleable fine floc that escapes the clarification zone beneath the tube settlers and allows the larger floc formed to travel to the tank bottom in a more settleable form. The tube settler’s channel collects solids into a compact mass which promotes the solids to slide down the tube channel.

 The advantages of tube settlers are :
  • Clarifiers/basins equipped with tube settlers can operate at 2 to 4 times the normal rate of clarifiers/basins without tube settlers.
  • It is possible to cut coagulant dosage by up to half while maintaining a lower influent turbidity to the treatment plant filters.
  • Less filter backwashing equates to significant operating cost savings for both water and electricity.
  • New installations using tube settlers can be designed smaller because of increased flow capability.
  • Flow of existing water treatment plants can be increased through the addition of tube settlers.
  • Tube settlers increase allowable flow capacity by expanding settling capacity and increasing the solids removal rate in settling tanks.
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Shivam House, 3, Kahan Krupa, Vasna Bus Stop Dr. Jivraj Mehta Hospital Road, Vasna
Ahmedabad- 380007, Gujarat, India

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