Complete water treatment plants ready for use
- for optimum safety

A water treatment solution consists of several treatment steps, e.g. filtration, softening, and demineralization - all controlled from a central control cabinet. These units must be put together on site.  

If the end-user or the contractor is uncertain if the installation can be carried out locally within the determined economic and temporal scopes, it can be an advantage to order a water treatment plant (container or frame-mounted) which is ready for use when supplied.

The solution is complete with all internal piping and wiring factory-built. The whole plant has been performance and pressure tested in our factory. This safety can be achieved with a EUROWATER frame-mounted plant or a container-installed plant. 

With a container, you also have the advantage that the container itseslf is an actual building which in this way can be left out in the project. The containers can be delivered with and without insulation and can be equipped with light, air-conditioning, door-in-door, emergency shower, etc.

We have constructed many different custom-made plants adapted to specific demands and wishes. Below, you can see different examples of this.

We are happy to make quotations for start-up of plants and training of the operating crew.


Frame-mounted water treatment plant for turbine water

This complete water treatment plant is made for a 90 MW power plant in Africa. The plant is designed for producing 

  • 1.5 m³/h ultra pure water for turbine
  • 7.5 m³/h demineralised cooling water
  • 2.0 m³/h water for fire fighting etc.

The skid comprises the following water treatment plants: Filtration, activated carbon filter, UV-disinfection, dosing of antiscalant, mechanical filtration, double-pass reverse osmosis, EDI (electrodeionization unit). Everything is controlled by a central PLC with touch screen.

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Frame-mounted scavenger and demineralization plants

Due to the fact that it is expensive and sometimes difficult to carry out installations and assembly in the offshore industry, it is sensible to do as much of the assembly and testing off-site as possible.   

The shown plant is mounted on an epoxy-coated, construction iron skid with drip tray.

The plant is designed for 9 m³/h and consists of filter bags for removal of mechanical impurities, scavenger plant for removal of organic, suspended matter, demineralization plant, plant for neutralization of regeneration chemicals, and a central electric control cabinet.

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