By keeping it simple and in tune with the machine, a worker can avoid costly repairs and maintain his or her job in the shortest possible time.
The Industrial Septic System (ISS) is a process that allows industrial water to be pumped to the metal pipes and tubes used in the manufacture of industrial machinery.
The process involves a series of steps that involve the insertion of a metal filter, a series that requires careful design and careful maintenance of the pipes and tubing.
As the industrial machinery moves around the shop, the filter in the pipe is gradually flushed out of the way.
This can cause problems with the pipe, as the metal is not evenly distributed.
The filter is then used to help the machine move on to the next part of the production line.
When a machine needs to be repaired, the filtering system in the filter is flushed out and the metal in the tube is replaced with another metal, making it ready to be filled again with industrial water.
The work can be done quickly and efficiently, as no time is wasted in the process of removing the filter.
The process is also effective in preventing damage to machinery.
“In some factories, there is a metal plate or piece of metal on which a plastic seal is placed,” says Rajendra Kumar, general manager, industrial centrifuges, Tata Heavy Industries (THI).
“After the water has been pumped, the seal is taken off, and the seal will stay there for about two days.
After that, it will come off the plate.
The machine can be returned to normal operation in two to three days.”
To keep up with the demands of the industry, the THI works with the manufacturer to improve the quality of the filtration system.
“We can improve the efficiency and quality of filtrations in our facilities by providing better quality water, which we can then use in the production process,” Kumar says.
“This is the main reason why we are investing in new filtigation technology.
We want to keep the process as simple as possible.
We have to work in harmony with the processes of the manufacturers, which means we can get things done quickly.”
The process can also help in controlling the spread of disease.
“There is no cure for diseases like syphilis, but we are getting a better idea of the potential,” Kumar adds.
“If we can manage the spread and prevent the spread, then it will help us in our factories.”