Induss IV: This project is a fully remote controlled water treatment plant that delivers 50 m³/h of ultrapure water, mainly for ingredient water in the production of chemicals but also partly as boiler feed water. The water is treated with RO followed by an EDI polishing and stored in a 2000 m³ buffer tank to compensate for variation in usage during the day.
The project is an outsourcing project for a chemical production company, who requested an extremely reliable flow of water at all times. The plant operates with three 25 m³/h production lines, of which one line is redundant for the highest delivery safety possible.
The plant includes more than 500 components that can be monitored and controlled at a remotely located central control room.
Water savings is also a main concern. Therefore the plant is equipped with RO-PLUS water saving technology.
Watch a short film [5:23] about the project here.
- Flow: 3 x 25 m³/h
- Conductivity: < 0.7 uS/cm
- Silica: < 0.015 ppm
Units in plant
- Antiscale dosing
- Double-pass reverse osmosis units, 3 x DPRO-PLUS C4-28/20+4
- Fully automatic CIP unit
- EDI units, 3 x 5-5000e
- PLC control system with 4 redundant S7-400H CPUs
- SCADA with visualization and monitoring via iFIX screens