ProServe Egypt

Operation, Control, Monitoring & Maintenance Of RO System Course

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Course Duration: 5 Days.

Facility/utility engineers, environmental engineers, consulting engineers, technologists, technicians, chemists, operating personnel or anyone requiring a working level knowledge of the theory and practice of reverse osmosis plants. This course will be of particular interest tanyone involved in the operation and maintenance of reverse osmosis or nanofiltration systems.

An Excellent knowledge of basic operation principles, layout requirements, associated components and maintenance practices for reverse osmosis (RO) plants.

You will gain valuable know-how related treverse osmosis plants on:

  • Different membrane configurations used for membrane filtration (MF & UF) and Rapplications.
  • Understand Osmosis & Reverse Osmosis.
  • Understand RPrinciples
  • RPlant Configuration.
  • Control scaling, fouling and chemical attack by using appropriate pretreatment technologies.
  • Start Up, Shutdown & Daily Operation Instructions.
  • Reverse Osmosis Preventive Maintenance.
  • Reverse Osmosis membranes cleaning.

DAY 1
Part I: Water Sources

  • Beach wells.
  • Open Intake sea water.
  • High, Medium, low Brackish water.
  • Surface water.
  • Municipal water.

Part II: Water Basics

  • Water Make up.
  • Interpreting water analysis.
  • Water biology.
  • Suspended Solids, Turbidity and SDI.
  • Special situations e.g. Iron, Manganese and Aluminum.

Part III: Membranes Configurations

  • Difference between Cross flow & Depth Flow.
  • Microfiltration.
  • Ultrafiltration.
  • Reverse Osmosis.
  • Membranes pore size.
  • Membranes Materials & Structure.
  • Reverse Osmosis Definitions.
  • Factors Affecting Rperformance.

DAY 2

Part IV: R.Plant configuration

  • Pretreatment System Components.
  • ROMAS (Reverse Osmosis Membrane Assembly).
  • Post Treatment System.
  • Orientation tR.Plant' REquipments'.
  • Instrumentation.
  • Corrosion Control.
  • Flush/ Cleaning System.
  • Feed Water Specs.
  • Alarms and Protections.

DAY 3

Part V: Operational

  • Start Up.
  • RShutdown.
  • Daily Operation Instructions.
  • Chemicals Preparation.
  • Back Wash Process.
  • Cartridge Filters Replacement.
  • Membrane Flow & Probe Test.
  • Membrane replacement.
  • SDI Test.

Part VI: Technical

  • Units conversion.
  • Net Driving Pressure NDP.
  • HPP & ERT Efficiency calculations.
  • Recovery calculations.
  • Membranes performance.
  • Pump selection' dozing, feed, etc'.
  • Proper installation of flow meters.

Part VII: Maintenance
Preventive Maintenance:

Condition Monitoring your Equipment:

  • MMFs & CF
  • High pressure pump & motor
  • ERT
  • Membranes
  • Pressure vessels
  • Feed/ sea water intake / flushing pumps
  • ERT inspection, maintenance, repair
  • Pump /motors replacement & alignment
  • Equipments Lubrication
  • PVC repair & installation.

Part VIII: Administrative

  • How tmaintain a proper & accurate daily log report ?
  • Housekeeping

Part IX: Safety

  • Hazards
  • Fire Fighting
  • Safety :
  • Pressure vessels
  • HPP
  • Electric motor
  • ERT

DAY 4

Part X: Troubleshooting Spiral Wound R& NF Systems

  • Importance of record keeping.
  • General rule of troubleshooting.
  • Signs of trouble.
  • Causes and corrective measures.
  • Taking the total system approach.

DAY 5

Part XI: Cleaning Rand NF Membrane Elements

  • Introductory Remarks
  • When tClean
  • Defining a Foulant and Scalant
  • pH and Temperature Limits
  • FT30 Resistance tCleaning Agents
  • Cleaning Carbonate Scaling
  • Cleaning Sulfate Scaling
  • Cleaning Organic Fouling
  • Cleaning Biological Fouling
  • Cleaning Iron Fouling
  • Cleaning Silt Fouling
  • Cleaning Carbon Fouling
  • Chemical Attack
  • Permeate Back Pressure
  • The Cleaning Process
  • Safety

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