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Process that produce mineral in plant

ADDED MINERAL SYSTEM . Application :-For Taste enhancement R.O.Product water has very less TDS value which is not good in Taste. The Water gets bitter and to enhance the taste GIECL providing the Mineral Adding system or Blending system The Stirrer will mix the physical mineral in to the Mixing tank and Dosing pump will dose the Mineral to R.O.Product water before Ozonation with TDS Controller

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