September 18, 2020
The compact design of the plant allwos it to be readily mobilised to various locations across Western Australia, offering plug-and-play connectivity with Filtered Water sources present on site. The system consists of cartridge filtration and antiscalant chemical dosing as pre-treatment stages prior to reverse osmosis, where the total dissolved salts are reduced to a level suitable for potable water.
The plant is largely automated by the local PLC, with operator input being required when the monitored process parameters indicate the need for membrane chemical cleaning.
CRS Water is honoured to announce that we have been awarded the contract to design and construct a containerised Reverse Osmosis (RO) Plant to help provide drinking water to residents in Clifton, QLD.
A containerised 500kL/day RO unit is currently under construction. The plant features cartridge filtration and 3-stage reverse osmosis. It has been designed as an emergency unit that can be mobilised to various sites across Western Australia depdending on the site requirements.
Following the completion of the M4-M5 Ground Water Treamtnet Plants, CRS was engaged again to provide three GAC/IX treatment modules as ancillaries to the existing plants.