2 x 60 m³/h ultrapure water for power plant
- water treatment in 6 x 40' containers

Original water treatment plant was supplied in 1970. Water treatment upgrade was required, but no free space at site was available. Also, the construction works on site was requested to be minimized.

It was decided to order the equipment built inside 40’ containers. Site installation was reduced to the pipe system and the electrical wiring between the containers.

The installation consists of two production lines of each 3 containers:

Raw water -> filtration in container # 1 -> RO in container #2 -> EDI in container # 3 -> ultrapure water 

2 x 60 m³ ultrapure water for power plant - water treatment in container (click on picture to download reference)
2 x 60 m³ ultrapure water for power plant - water treatment in container (click on picture to download reference)
 

Container # 1

40 feet container with water treatment consisting of oxydation and filtration in a pressure filter plant type TFB 20, PPA coated. The plant has a capacity of 90 m³/h.

 

Container # 2

64 m³/h demineralized water produced in a reverse osmosis plant. A antiscalant dosing plant is also installed in the container.

 

Container # 3

EDI plant with a capacity of 60 m³/h ultrapure water with a very low conductivity and silica content for producing boiler water for steam boiler and injection water for gas turbine.

The pipe system for the treated water is made in PP (Polypropylene) connected by welding and each takes app. 15-20 minutes to make. In total, 570 weldings have been made for this plant. Each EDI cell is fitted with own test cock.

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