Pressure and Temperature Switches for Water and Wastewater Treatment

Switches for Water and Wastewater Treatment

Water treatment occurs before the water reaches a business or community, whereas wastewater treatment occurs after the business or community uses the water. 

Water treatment has higher pollution control standards and necessitates more costly treatment procedures such as chemical coagulation and flocculation and the use of granular activated carbon filters. However, contaminant levels are usually low and predictable because most water goes through water treatment from a natural source (such as a river). 

After a business or community uses water, it becomes wastewater and is in most cases returned to the environment after treatment. The treatment standards are typically lower than those used in drinking water facilities. Unlike water treatment, wastewater treatment does not usually take place in a single location. Certain enterprises with highly dirty wastewater must have their treatment system before delivering it to community wastewater treatment plants. 

Temperature and pressure switches apply to many water and wastewater treatment processes at practically every stage. Water flow sensors and switches enable pump vibration control, handle slurry environments, monitor pressure spikes, and endure corrosive media, and address the application difficulties of water and wastewater treatment systems. CCS pressure switches are resilient to pump impulses, pressure spikes, and hammering thanks to Belleville disc spring technology, tight construction, and durable assembly.

For more information about CCS pressure and temperature switches in Virginia, contact Automatic Controls of Virginia. Call them at 804-752-1000 or visit their web site at