renovating and refurbishing water treatment plants

RENOVATING AND REFURBISHING WATER TREATMENT PLANTS TO IMPROVE WATER QUALITY AND MEET CURRENT REGULATIONS

NEW FILTERS AND MEDIA, MOTORISED VALVES AND SENSORS CAN FACILITATE OPERATIONS AND REDUCE COSTS

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The need to satisfy new or updated requirements for better water quality can often be achieved by renovating and optimising an existing water treatment plant.
New equipment such as new filters and media, motorised valves and electronic flow sensors can facilitate operations, improve the treated water quality and meet current standards.

1. HOW RENOVARING / REFURBISHING A Water Treatment Plant can be helpful

Optimising hydraulic conditions, filtering media and adding a PLC integrated control can increase the volume of treated water and/or deliver a higher quality product:
 
  • Replacing  filtering media: replacing tradicional filtering media (sand and anthracite) with modern high rate filtering media can significantly increase the quality and volumen of treated water
 
 
  • Modifying chemical treatment: Replacing a coagulant, adding an oxidant or including remineralization (CO2 + lime) 
 
Other reasons for upgrading can be protecting the environment, reducing the footprint of the treatment plant or operational health and safety concerns.
 
Watercore can work with your team to analyse the current plant situation, prepare a technical audit, run pilot tests and transform your water treatment plant.
 
 

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