Sunday, 29 September 2019

RO plant Reverse Osmosis Mineral Water plant in India

RO plant Reverse Osmosis Mineral Water plant in India

Recently we have completed production of RO Plant of capacity 24,000 Liters per hour for a customer in Mysore, Karnataka. Which is supplied for manufacturing of packaged drinking water. Manufactured to deliver IS 14543 standards drinking water.

In pre treatment we have designed MSRL PSF (Pressure Sand Filter) ACF (Activated Carbon Filter) and 5 Micron cartridge filter system. RO System is made up of fully stainless steel construction. Membrane pressure tubes are made with SS 316 Material. High pressure pump is Grundfos make. 

2000 liters SS Storage tank supplied after RO Plant. 0.2 micron cartridge filter and Ozonators as post treatment. One more SS Tank of 1000 Liters capacity given for CIP system.

All dosing pumps are EMEC Brand, for Antiscalant dosing, Ph boosting and mineral addition are imported from ITALY. 

For product inquiry and any further information:
Contact: Gillela Laxmikanth Reddy
                          Managing Director
M/s. Tescon aqua tech
Hyderabad, Telangana, India. 
Cell: +91 9676111136

Thursday, 21 June 2018

20,000 Liters per hour Reverse Osmosis System

We at Tescon aqua tech, manufacturing 20,000 Liters per hour RO (Reverse Osmosis) System for the industrial application/usage. This plant is very useful for boiler and cooling tower feed water. We can feed upto 3000 mg/l of TDS (Total Dissolved Solids).

Schematic of RO (Reverse Osmosis) Water treatment plant:
1). Pressure Sand filter
2). Activated Carbon filter
3). Antiscalant Dosing system
4). Micron cartridge filter
5). Reverse Osmosis Membrane Filter

RO Plant application areas:
1). Cooling tower feed water
2). Boiler feed water
3). General industrial usage
4). Power plant application

Monday, 25 January 2016

“Walk for Water” on World Water Day 22nd March 2016.

Walk for water on Worlds Water Day 22nd March

World Water Day is held annually on 22 March as a means of focusing attention on the importance of freshwater and advocating for the sustainable management of freshwater resources. World Water Day has been observed on 22 March since 1993 when the United Nations General Assembly declared 22 March as "World Day for Water". This day was first formally proposed in Agenda 21 of the 1992 United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. A day when the world turns its attention towards the 750 million people who lack access to safe water. But every day of the year can be a Water Day. 

A walk separated the primordial human from other animals. However long, a walk begins with just one step and the sole determination to reach the goal. Let’s walk again, this time to preserve the very basic source that gave birth to life – Water! A drop of water could mean life, health, livelihood, quality of life and industry. This precious bounty of Nature – Water is under threat from us. Decades of misuse, continued infiltration, polluting of the life source liquid by humans across generations has put the future of our children at a big risk of not having enough water to even drink.

Initiative step-2015
“Walk for Water” the program initiated by M.Karunakara reddy CMD Smaat aqua, in the year 2015. First walk conducted successfully on 22nd March 2015. Mr.Kodanda Ram – Chairman Telangana Political JAC, JM Lindoh and Mr.K.J.Rao were the Dignitaries present at the walk. Thousands of school children and youth participated.

The walk started at L.B.Nagar Ring Road and reached to NTR Indoor stadium at Saroor nagar. It was big success, and with the help of media partners, whole Hyderabad started thinking of “Walk for Water” program and importance of Water and its necessity.
The Success of “Walk for Water-2015” gave lots of energy to the team, this year March 22nd 2016, Planning for much more bigger in size, with the help of


Perala chandra Sekhar Rao

Akkineni Nagarjuna

Akkineni Amala

Chandrashekar Hariharan

J M Lyndoh


Renu Challu

Dil Raju

Tammareddy Bharadwaja

Niranjan Khatri

Madhava Reddy Yadma

Upendra Nath Challu

Tangella Siva Prasad Reddy

Maulana Baba

CN Reddy



Karunakara M Reddy

P. Madhava Reddy

Dharmana Shanmukha Rao

G.Laxmikanth Reddy

Let us join hands to save water for our future generations to sustain living on earth. ‘Walk for Water’ is an initiative to spread awareness among the masses to preserve water, by using it efficiently. 

Friday, 22 March 2013

World Water Day on March 22 Let's pledge to save water

Let's celebrate World Water Day by reducing water use. March 22 is World Water Day – an opportunity for all people to rededicate themselves to the careful and sustainable management of the planet’s precious and very finite freshwater resources. “Water is the new, blue gold,”  In the last five years, there have been water shortages in almost every part of the country. Often known as the elixier of life water covers two thirds  of earth's surface and constitutes 75% of human body.It is one of natures most significant and precious gifts to mankind without which life on earth would be impossible.

20 simple tips to save water are as follows:

  1. Average 30 liters of water is wasted by a slow dripping tap in 24 hours. So, Stop leakage of water from taps and flushing tanks.
  2. Use minimum amount of water needed for bath, avoid tub bathing.
  3. Don’t waste dirty (used) water . We can use that dirty water to water your plants.
  4. Water your garden during early morning or late evening so as to reduce the evaporation.
  5. Wash vegetables and fruits in Bowl rather than washing them under tap.
  6. Don’t leave the tap open while brushing you teeth or shaving.
  7. Wash clothes only when there is full load.
  8. Consider using a car duster to remove dust instead of pressure hose.
  9. Avoid installation of fountains and other ornamental water features.
  10. Prefer broom instead of sprinklers to clean your sidewalks and streets.
  11. Don’t flush the toilet unnecessarily and use toilet paper as much as possible.
  12. Try to cover your swimming pool when not in use to reduce evaporation.
  13. Upgrade older toilets with water efficient models.
  14. Try to use Commercial car wash service which recycle water.
  15. Promote the conservation of water with posters and media.
  16. Use Dip irrigation method for irrigation purposes.
  17. Install a rain sensor system on irrigation to save water while its raining.
  18. Teach your children to turn off your faucets tightly after each use.
  19. Implement rainwater harvesting systems to collect rain water and use it in future.
  20. Choose shrubs and ground covers instead of turf for hard-to-water areas such as steep slopes and isolated strips.

Sunday, 13 January 2013

2013 Diary Release of WWWEMTA-Water Waste Water Equipment Manufacturers and Traders Association in Hyderabad, INDIA.

WWWEMTA-Water Waste Water Equipment Manufacturers and Traders Association has released its 2013 diary on 26th December 2012 at Hotel Golden Park, Secunderabad. More than 140 people from the industry attended the event, and made it grand success. Existing managing committee organized it in a big way.

Mr.Giridhar                          - President
Mr.Balaraju Goud               - Secretory
Mr.Bhanuprakash              - Vice President
Mr.Ramu Yadav                 - Vice President
Mr.G.Laxmikanth Reddy - Treasurer
Mr.Naveen Kumar             - Joint Secretary
Mr.Shaik Mastan Saheb    - PRO

Also Mr.Sethana, Mr.Shankar Rao and Mr.Bhaskara Rao attended the event.

In the event WWWEMTA has felicitated Mr.Bhaskara Rao, Owner of Godavari Fluid Systems for his services and support for the industry in his life. Mr. Bhaskar Rao in his speech suggested upcoming entrepreneur to maintain quality in products to grow the industry. Also he said quality was the secret of his success.

Mr.Giridhar, President WWWEMTA presented flower bokay to Mr.Bhaskara Rao. Mr.Balaraju, Secretary presented him a shoal,  Past president and Past Secretory of WWWEMTA Mr.Sethna and Mr.Bhaskar were also present at the event. Mr.Sethna explained about the Association and its importance, to the members. Memento presented to the winners of Sports meet conducted in March 2012. Mr.Bhanuprakash received winners trophy in Chess, Mr.Naveen received winner’s trophy in Caroms and Mr.Mallesh yadav team received the winner’s trophy in Cricket.

Also distributed the certificates to the people who newly joined to the association.

Companies from the industry installed their stalls at the association and displayed their products.

Saturday, 15 December 2012



Yes it is right, in my limited years of experience in the water and wastewater treatment industry so far, an idea is becoming more and more clear to me.

1. Consumers are always looking for good suppliers (Good products);
    meanwhile manufacturers and suppliers are always looking for Consumers(customers).

2. There are plenty of opportunities in the world for the water and wastewater treatment industry, even more are expected as countries want to improve their environmental standards.

3. Segments in the water and waste water industry having opportunities
     a). Research and Development (R&D)
     b). Designing and Planning
     c). Marketing
     d). Execution
4. MNC’S have started opening of their offices in all major countries and regions.

5. In India, now we can get all brands of Spares like Membranes, pumps, filters and chemicals. Industry is open to all.

Tuesday, 30 October 2012

ozonator for fruits vegetables cleaning in india

In recent years, increasing attention has been focused on the safety of fruits and vegetables, and in particular on the intervention methods to reduce and eliminate human pathogens from fresh products

Our daily supply of fruit, vegetables, rice, meat and seafood are loaded with pesticides, chemical fertilizers, hormone residues and other hazardous substances.
Undetectable in the short term, these substances will nonetheless weaken our body in the long term, and the deleterious effects may even be passed down to the next generation. The smell of formaldehyde in a refurbished home, bacterial growth in cutlery, milk bottles, toys, bras and under wears etc.

Traditional technology utilizes water with or without a sanitizing agent to wash fresh fruits and vegetables. Chlorine is the most widely used sanitizing agent available for fresh productions, but it has a limited effect in killing bacteria on fruit and vegetable surfaces. An alternative treatment is being sought to improve food safety.

Latest technology development has gifted us in the name of OZONATOR.

OZONE Natural bactericidal agent, O3 is a potent natural oxidizing agent. It can kill bacteria, viruses and other micro-organisms via oxidation that destroys their membrane structure. Dissolved ozone is even more potent. Water, food and utensils treated with ozone are absolutely devoid of harmful organisms. Its bactericidal power is more superior than other sterilizing agents. 

NEXUS Fruit & Vegetable Cleaner, its unique formula and hi-tech production avoid electromagnetic interference to ensure greater product stability and higher ozone output. It removes pesticides on fruit and vegetables, disintegrates hormone residues in meat and seafood, kills bacteria, bleaches and removes stubborn dirt, keeps food fresh, purifies water etc to promote healthy living. It is a useful and versatile item in modern homes and offices.

Functions and Usage:
1. It removes pesticides on fruit and vegetables and hormone residues in meat and seafood.
2. It kills bacteria and keeps food longer
3. It sterilizes cutlery, milk bottles, towels and clothingDirection for use: Just place the items in the water container and ozonize for 10-20 minutes.
4. It strengthens the body
Wash your face, feet with ozonized water or bathe in it to keep away bacteria, viruses and fungi. It will also promote blood circulation and metabolism for better healthcare and skincare.
5. It purifies air
6. Other benefits
It removes unpleasant odours in the fridge.
It sterilizes the aquarium, increases its oxygen content and keeps the fish healthy.