Sustainable drinking water production
In the context of sustainable entrepreneurship, the entire management of water resources was revised with the aim to optimise the return, quality and environmental impact.
55 m³/h of gross water is converted into drinking water by means of deferrization, manganese removal, disinfection with ClO2 and nanofiltration. Nanofiltration replaces the classic method of softening the water via ion exchangers, which provides a high release of chlorides by means of regeneration with salt. In this filter technique, calcium and magnesium ions are kept at bay at a low pressure by a semipermeable membrane, which prevents limestone formation in the further process.
The customer deliberately chose an EKOPACK system. Building in containers gave the possibility to optimally use the factory site, without sacrificing the sense of space to the installation. In addition to the filter space, the containers also consist of separated electrical, chemical and CIP modules. All of this in order to significantly increase the ease of use for the operators. In addition to extensive hands-on training sessions, the EKOPACK team is ready 24/7 to ensure continuous operation via remote access.
Not to be underestimated in the choice of containers is that the installation was connected and started in a period of 1 week by means of the plug and play principle.