We have a sound knowledge of water treatment and supply in both municipal and industrial plants.
Our experience includes investigations, control system upgrades, nitrogen reduction projects and the construction and commissioning of everything from central monitoring systems to substations with associated communications, as well as long-term redevelopment and expansion projects encompassing water and sewage operations for entire municipalities.
Whether the water comes from industrial or municipal sewage networks, purification is a complex and important process. The range of functions and the requirements for reliability and accuracy are as extensive as in the field of industrial and production engineering. Given the requirements for reporting emission levels for watercourses and lakes, the availability of functions for reliably and accurately collecting and presenting process values is a major factor when selecting monitoring systems and field equipment.
A facility for controlling the speed of pumps and fans can generate considerable power savings and is a standard feature in the automatic operation of continuous installations. We plan for, deliver and install your preferred make of engine.
Chemicals used in most water treatment plants can be relatively expensive. The quantity of chemicals required often depends on the total flow through the plant. Smaller plants often lack a reliable means of measuring flow. By introducing meters that measure the total flow of water sewage, the quantity of chemicals can be adjusted as required, thereby reducing costs. We supply complete systems for accurate flow measurement and dosing of chemicals.
Although treatment plants tend to be spread out over a large area throughout which communications are more or less viable, it should be possible to reach every part of the facility in real time. We offer complete solutions for communications, whichever technology you choose.
We offer effective options for replacing pre-installed systems, which include rewriting existing programs, installation and commissioning.