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Potable Water

The provision of clean drinking water from natural water resources, starts with water catchment from rivers, lakes and reservoirs, which is processed in a water treatment plant to produce potable water. In the plant, the water is treated using chemical agents, purified and decanted into tanks, from where it is pumped through pipes to homes. Consistency of supply is key, and careful material selection for valve components will minimise maintenance and increase plant uptime. This is why many water supply companies look to accredited suppliers, like IMI InterAtiva, whose products comply with international manufacturing standards for water. The demand and availability of water also makes the safeguarding of water and pipework increasingly important. IMI Critical has a range of valves to ensure control of piping systems and prevent leakage or contamination by sanitation waste.