This project involved strong international cooperation, from the design and sales phase to implementation and start-up: the sale was made by Enkrott in Spain to a customer in Uruguay, the entire system was assembled in Portugal and the final installation will take place in Romania.
With the start of activity scheduled for September, this station has three lines of water treatment, each one with a capacity to produce 15 mᶟ/h. Two of these lines have a quality <0.2 μS/cm, a very low conductivity value, which classifies the water as “ultrapure”, a factor of extreme importance when used in combined cycle systems.
The installed solution includes multimedia filtration, reverse osmosis and electrodeionization systems.
The station has a design based on dosing systems (skids), which gives it a great capacity for interconnection, integration and versatility of use. All these components were previously tested at the company's facilities in Portugal to ensure a quick and efficient interconnection at the installation site, facilitating the start-up process, which will be assisted in person by Enkrott technicians.
Following the growth of this industrial segment, Enkrott has been supplying water treatment stations for biomass boilers in several countries, reinforcing its position as an important player in its sector.