PT. Cipta Aneka Air

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PT. Cipta Aneka Air is a complete supplier for water treatment and high-quality product to ensure good water quality and a healthy, ranging from chemical, UV lamp, Cartridge filters, bag filters, membrane and many types for each filtration and water treatment needs.

Pre Treatment

Modular units,designed according to incoming water characteristics,rebust design to procondition water according to the needs of the final treatment. these compact modules are engineered based on equipment and performence robustness, allowing the maximum availability when working under the most demanding applications..

CAA Multi Media Filter is a depth filter consisting of a mixture of coarse and fine sand. This arrangement allow lager particles to readly penetrate in to the bed. The fine media also produces zones throughout the bed which are conducive to flocculation of smaller particles and their retention. A coarse medium (anthracite) is positioned above a layer of fine filter medium (generally sand). the coarse medium filter prevents the formation of the "thin film layer" which is common in a sand filter.

The choice of multi media is important becaouse  it will able to do the following :

1. Prevent the suspended solids form passing through
2. Hold the particles as loosely as possible in order to provide easy backwash
3. Able to hold a large volume of suspended matter without clogging

The performance of multi media filter could be defined as follows :

1. Remove 95% of particles
2. Remove 69% plus organic matter

CAA Activeted Carbon filter is a method of filtering that uses a piece of activated carbon to remove contaminants and impurities, utilizing chemical adsorption. CAA Carbon is generally activated with positive charge and is designed to attract negatively charged water contaminants. Carbon filtering is commonly used for water purification , but is also used in air purifiers. Carbon filters are most effective at removing chlorine, color. sediment, and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from water. They are not effective at removing minerals, salts, and disolved inorganic compounds.

CAA Softener use the proven technique of ion-exchange for producing treated water with low residual hardness. A strongly acidic cation exchanger in sodium form is used to exchange sodium ions for calcium and magnesium , the hardness forming ions, producing soft water suitable for the industry. The resins are regenerated with sodium chloride at the end of each cycle.

Features :

1. Consistent treated water quality.
2. Longer opertaing cycles.
3. lower regeneration cost.
4. Simple to install and operate.Softener Filter ion exchange technology, and separate the molecular ion of a compound based on the difference value of the surface charge anatar compound, which utilizes resin granules media and create a balance to the ion contained in water. CAA Has a resin media best to ensure and create perfect water quality.

Ion Exchange System

CAA Ion exchange processes are reversible chemical reactions for removing dissolved ions from solution and replacing them with other similarly charged ions. In water treatment, it is primarily used for softening where calcium and magnesium ions are removed from water; however, it is being used more frequently for the removal of other dissolved ionic species.


In a dual bed system, the cation resin is always first in line. As city water enters the tank filled with cation resin, all positively charged cations are attracted to the cation resin bead and exchanged for hydrogen. The negatively charged anions are not attracted to the cation resin bead and pass through. For example, let’s examine calcium chloride in the feed water. In solution, the calcium ion is positively charged and will attach itself to the cation bead and will release a hydrogen ion. The chloride has a negative charge and therefore will not attach itself to the cationresin bead. The hydrogen, which has a positive charge, will attach itself to the chloride ion, forming hydrochloric acid (HCl). The resulting effluent from a SAC exchanger will have a very low pH and a much higher conductivitythan the incoming feed water.


A mixed bed exchanger has both cation and anion resin mixed together in a single vessel. As water flows through the resin bed, the ion exchange process is repeated many times, "polishing" the water to a very high purity. During regeneration, the resin is separated into distinct cation and anion fractions as shown in Figure 8-12. The resin is separated by backwashing, with the lighter anion resin settling on top of the cation resin. Regenerant acid is introduced through the bottom distributor, and caustic is introduced through distributors above the resin bed. The regenerant streams meet at the boundary between the cation and anion resin and discharge through a collector located at the resin interface. Following regenerant introduction and displacement rinse, air and water are used to mix the resins. Then the resins are rinsed, and the unit is ready for service.

Ion exchange uses are not limited to process and boiler water makeup. Ion exchange can be used to purify, or polish, returned condensate, removing corrosion products that could cause harmful deposits in boilers. Typically, the contaminants in the condensate system are particulate iron and copper. Low levels of other contaminants may enter the system through condenser and pump seal leaks or carry-over of boiler water into the steam. Condensate polishers filter out the particulates and remove soluble contaminants by ion exchange.

Membrane System

CAA create a membrane system that is great for filtering unwanted particles in the water Common membrane processes include ultrafiltration (UF), reverse osmosis (RO), electrodialysis (ED), and electrodialysis reversal (EDR).

These processes (with the exception of UF) reduce most ions, RO and UF systems also provide efficient reduction of nonionized organics and particulates. Because UF membrane porosity is too large for ion rejection, the UF process is used to reduce contaminants, such as oil and grease, and suspended solids.

Brackish water are any water sources with TDS between 1000 and 15 000 mg/L. Brackish water cannot be consumed by us directly due to its high salinity. According to World Health Organization (WHO), water with salinity below 500 mg/L is acceptable as drinking water.

There are quite a large number of research that had been done on BWRO. Each of them has agreed with a common design on optimum BWRO design with a slight modification in order to improve more and make a better BWRO system. BWRO systems which have been tested in real situation agree that the single stage system with module connected to reject water is the most optimum system both economically and environmentally.

There is some improvement done to the design by using SWRO membrane at the second stage. This improvement increases recovery rate to about 83% and reduces boron concentration at the same time. Another design is by using hybrid combination of ultra-low and conventional RO membranes.

Hybrid improves permeate quality. It is also possible to create a hybrid array by mixing membrane element types within a pressure vessel itself. Co-operating an efficient module arrangement into a complete BWRO system will reduce energy consumption. Energy-recovery device is a component that must be included in any small or large-scale systems.

A small-scale RO system, without energy recovery, would typically consume two to three times more energy. This will be more for large-scale systems. While single stage system with module connected to reject water is preferred by researchers who have done real environment testing, simulation prefers to add another membrane to the reject water of the second module. This system is yet to be tested in real environment to prove its standing.

Sea Water Reverse Osmosis Systems (Desalination) are essential systems to supply fresh water in cases that available fresh water resources are insufficient and utilization of sea water is inevitable (ships, apartment blocks, hotels, hospitals, holiday resorts, municipalities, industrial facilities, bottling facilities etc.).

Sea water, is collected in a raw water tank through open-intake or upon being naturally filtrated through a well opened on the shore Prior to introducing raw water in the reverse osmosis system, pre-treatment shall be carried out by passing it through an adequate filtering line consisting of a set of filters to protect the membranes and extending their lives.

Additionally, dosages of antiscalants shall be applied to water before membrane to prevent sedimentation of ions and minerals and adhesion of acid, ion and minerals. Thus, performance of membranes are kept at the optimum level. pH balancing and corrosion preventing chemical dosing are carried out at system output when required. The system is controlled by a PLC that is designed to control all equipment and does not require human intervention.

CAA Ultra-filtration (UF) is a membrane separation process that allows small molecules to pass through the membrane while retains large molecules, colloidal substances or particles.

UF membrane technology is currently used in a great deal in water purification, where water and dissolved minerals, small organic molecules may pass through the membrane and most of the other contaminants including bacteria, virus, most of colloidal substances and suspended solid are removed from the treated water. This process is widely used in pre-treatment for reverse osmosis (ROl, fordrinking water treatment and for water recycling.

UF technology also plays a key role in the clarification of liquor and drinks, in the removal of indotoxins from drug solutions, and in the concentrating of drugs and chemicals.

EDI (Electro Deionization System)


Electrodeionization is a water treatment technology that utilizes electricity, ion exchange membranes and resin to deionize water and seperate dissolved ions from water;
CAA has been successfull at manufacturing a Hot Water Sanitizable EDI Water System with the capacity of 15.000L/Hour for Pharmaceutical Industry



The Purified Water Distribution System is a compact purified water distribution system for the distribution, Disinfection and monitoring of PW in accordance with the EP and USP

Process :

The pure water to be disinfectant flows through the ozone generation cell via a bypass line and is return to the loop via the return line. When the water flows through the ozone generation cell it absorbs ozone. The ozone with a concentration of 15 to 25 ppb provides systematic protection for the tand system.

The UV-unit if installed to destroy the ozone before the sterilized purified water flows into the main loop.This can reduce its concentration to below the detectable level.

The whole system which is used for production, distribution, Sterilization and Monitoring of the purified water is composes of C-Pure purified water equipment and Loop Purified Water distribution equipment. Otherwise, The Customers can select hot-water sanitazion of the whole roution and tank between 80 to 85'C


LOOP integrates its PW-WFI-PS Generation equipment with state-of-the-art distribution loops. Our Loop design is the result of a careful evaluation of Points of Use delivery criteria such as :

1. Maximum istantaneous flow rate.
2. Pressure & Temprature Requrements.
3. Sanitization issues.
4. Combination technology systems, RO/CEOI units (on one skid) Footprint savings.
5. Periodic consumption requirements and duration.
6. Method of delivery (automatic or manual).

Sewage Treatment Plant is a facility designed to receive the waste from domestic, commercial and industrial sources and to remove materials that damage water quality and compromise public health and safety when discharged into water receiving systems. Today, technological progress is increasingly broadening the range of possibilities offered by classic environmental protection. The ecological focus is on water protection and the multiple use of waste water.

Waste water after treatment through physical, chemical & biological processes can be further treated by tertiary treatment processes. The downstream treatment processes to effluent treatment system further decrease Suspended impurities, BOD (Biological Oxygen Demand), COD (Chemical Oxygen Demand), TOC(Total Organic Carbon) and Dissolved impurities beyond the regulatory discharge norms and make water suitable for various applications. The treated water can be recycled and reused for washing, cooling, horticulture process and numerous other applications. TEIL has the distinction of having designed, supplied and installed large number of successfully operating recycle plants in India. We offer a wide range of technologies to provide complete solutions for recycle, reuse & ZLD (Zero Liquid Discharge).

Membrane bioreactor (MBR) is the combination of a membrane process like microfiltration or ultrafiltration with a biological wastewater treatment process, the activated sludge process. It is now widely used for municipal and industrial wastewater treatment.