Reinforcement process of household water purification filter with plant nanoparticles

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The use of nano as a reducing agent for drinking water pollutants has been proposed as one of the management strategies. One of the cases of this technology is related to the quality of drinking water. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to use plant nanoparticles (aloe vera plant) to strengthen the filter of household water purifiers made of polypropylene fibers. During the analysis obtained on aloe vera plant as a filter enhancer, the results showed that the parameters related to the household water purification filter, which is reinforced in terms of mass and thickness of polypropylene fibers and the amount of bubble pressure, orifice diameter and the average diameter of the hole has the appropriate thickness and internal indicators. Also, the values ​​of quality parameters (nitrate, nitrite, sulfate, chloride, fluoride, sodium, potassium, hardness, EC, TDS and turbidity) after leaving the water treatment plant with plant nanoparticles have significantly reduced the quality of water entering the water treatment plant. Examining the effectiveness of this filter enhanced with aloe vera plant, it was found that this filter has a good power in removing the physical and chemical parameters of water that can be used in the treatment of polluted water used in household and drinking processes

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