However in irrigation and agricultural activities, usage of water will be always high but urban and rural population in today's time is equally dependent on other industrial products as well along with the agri products. And Industries have to improve their water use efficiency on priority basis. Thinking only about the increase in production will not work on long term, if water will not be used wisely !
Welding industry is vast, there are various processes are used. The two main processes are well known, are TIG welding and MIG weldi ng. Beltecno use TIG welding to join stainless steel panels of 1.5~2.5 mm to construct sturdy and durable water tanks. Using the wrong type of welding technique can result in numerous problems, such as weaker bonds, corrosion of the weld joint or a complete failure in the binding of the weld.
Technology in water sector could change the post COVID scenario as lockdown for Covid-19 mitigation has increased the demand for clean and safe water in the already water-stressed sectors in India, especially in the domestic sector and industrial sectors, isolated labs for testing of virus, quarantined places, hospital beds using railway facilities, and where there is a disruption of water supply in various cities.
A perfect leakage free water distribution network in Industries is a gift, increased efficiency and almost no downtime are the outcome of good water distribution network.
After so many successful years, this year also we are exhibiting our stainless steel panel tank in upcoming event IFAT India 2019, India's Leading Trade Fair for Water Sewage, Solid Waste and Recycling , happening on October 16-18, 2019 at Bombay Exhibition Center, Mumbai, India.
Visit our Booth No. - D 47
In today's blog we will be discussing about importance of process tanks in manufacturing process and what are the possibilities of malfunctioning of various machines and production processes due to poor water or coolant circulation ?
Recent information from the Central Water Commission (CWC), published on 15 Feb, 2019, brings forth an alarming scenario of water storage in premiere watercourse basins of India. 
In more than sixty per cent of the Indian river basins, the water storage is recorded far lesser in comparison to the typical water storage over the last ten years, data shows in the report.
India’s water crises are on its peak and the results can be seen all around the country. In the recent few years it’s been observed that the rainfall is increased resulting to that foods also. So it has become a very big challenge for all of us that how can we manage and utilize the water effectively.
I would suggest to also check our previous blogs, as we try to cover most of the water issues in the country as well as appropriate resolutions for them.