Pilot project: Optimizing RO processes

Evides Industrial Water (EIW) purchased new reverse osmosis (RO) pilot studies in early 2018 in order to further optimize their RO processes. The water company does a lot of research in this area. Internally they aim to continuously optimize the current water treatment processes and also to answer customer questions. Externally they work together with research institutes and universities to study future purification concepts and techniques.

In addition to RO pilot projects, EIW also has pilot experiments for ion exchange, nano-filtration, ultra-filtration, flocculation and lamella separator, etc. In short, there is plenty of research capacity for improving knowledge.

Hatenboer-Water pilot system for Evides Industriewater

Hatenboer-Water pilot system
The customer-tailored installation consists of one RO installation, two scale guards and one automatic 'clean in place' (CIP) unit. With the scale guards, pollution of the RO installation (limescale and/or biological contamination) is measured.

The RO installation and scale guards are equipped with frequency-controlled high-pressure pumps and automatic concentrate control to adjust the yield of product water.

Measuring is knowing
Each separate system contains a wide range of measuring instruments with PLC to monitor all possible process parameters that are required for the pilot process. The CIP unit is fully automated so that the need for working with chemicals is kept to a minimum.

For more information:
Hatenboer-Water BV
T +31 (010) 409 1200

Evides Industriewater

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