PROXA Water has recently won two separate contracts with an Australian council to provide a Multimedia (MMF) and Reverse Osmosis (RO) water treatment plant from its AQUAMOBILE range of containerised water treatment systems.
The RO water treatment plant will treat bore water for irrigation use. The site operates a number of Aquifer Storage Recovery schemes for long term water storage and has permanent on site equipment, including bore pumps, large surface storage tanks, distribution pumps, chemical disinfection, and flow/quality monitoring instruments. This rental contract sees PROXA supplying a fully automated, remote monitored, containerised RO plant, complete with pre-filtration and CIP cleaning system with a nominal production capacity of 1.25 MLD. . This RO plant will allow up to 1,500,000 litres of irrigation water to be produced each day.
This Australian project will be supplied on a rental basis for a 24-month period, which includes delivery and installation support at site, and is supplied under a full operations and maintenance rental agreement, including remote monitoring, supply of chemicals, consumables, spares and other services as required for the contracted period.
The AQUAMOBILE RO plant is on site and ready to be commissioned over the coming weeks.
PROXA Australia has also been contracted to supply 2 x fully-automated containerised AQUAMOBILE MMF (Multimedia Filtration) Plants for stormwater treatment at another of the client’s locations.
The combined system of two MMF units is guaranteed to produce filtered water at a turbidity of less than 10NTU. This MMF plant is on a 24-month fixed term contract, with full operations and maintenance support, including remote monitoring, supply of chemicals, consumables, spare parts and other services as required for the contracted period.
This MMF plant will be commissioned in July 2021.
Both AQUAMOBILE plants will utilise PROXA’s proprietarty Q-TRAK technology, allowing complete remote access & operations of the plants. Enabling these systems with this technology not only generates operational flexibility and maximises plant performance, but allows immediate response to plant downtime.