Stormwater run-off, process water, leachate, dredging, mining, agriculture, recycle water etc.
By Dungeness Environmental Solutions, Inc. (DESI) based in Everett, WASHINGTON (USA).
This section contains applications relevant for compliance, water treatment, drinking water and natural sources.
Collecting, treating and distributing water to consumers and industry, in compliance with quality standards, means a challenging task to water companies. Both private as public water treatment entities have to manage carefully and sustainably their sources, processes and even distribution networks. AppliTek supports them not only with an extended portfolio of analyzers but also with its experience in the advice, design and construction of complete monitoring systems and stations.
By AppliTek NV based in Nazareth, BELGIUM.
Especially in the food industry large volumes of water are consumed. This process water is often discharged directly or discharged after passing a wastewater treatment station. Due to the increasing costs of (process)water companies try to reduce the water consumption mainly through reuse. An important aspect of this development is to comply with the high water quality standards.
By Colsen International b.v. based in HULST, NETHERLANDS.
The many production facilities within the steel industry, e.g. the blast furnace, converter, continuous caster, hot and cold strip mills and the coke oven plant require immense quantities of water for the cooling circuits and for gas scrubbing. During the last few years, the majority of steel plants have managed to significantly reduce freshwater usage per ton of steel through water recycling and process optimization. However, the high water quality standards required for the water circuits and regulations for waste water remain unchanged, resulting in an increased demand for professional water treatment.
By Kurita based in Tokyo, JAPAN.
In shipbuilding, high standards of reliability as well as increasingly the energy efficiency of the systems are important prerequisites for the economical-technical overall evaluation in the technical procurement process. Ships as self-sufficient systems are particularly dependent on the reliable functioning of all installed components, including the pumps. They fulfil many tasks on board which are vital for the operation of the vessel: Delivery of ballast water and wastewater, boiler supply, condensate recovery, drive engine cooling and of course the reliable supply of fire fighting systems.
By EDUR-Pumpenfabrik Eduard Redlien GmbH & Co. KG based in Kiel, GERMANY.
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