Veolia Launches New Hydrotech Discfilter™ at Power-Gen Asia 2015
1 september 2015Veolia Water Technologies
exhibits today at Power-Gen Asia 2015 and announces the global launch of its new Hydrotech Discfilter™ HSF2200-1C compact unit. A mechanical and self-cleaning filter that offers a large filter area in a small footprint, the new Discfilter HSF2200-1C is designed for superb performance, promising reliability and safety.
In addition, Veolia is showcasing one other key technology that addresses the power generation industry’s water treatment needs at the annual trade event. From 1 – 3 September, visitors have the opportunity to learn more about Veolia’s Actiflo® Turbo clarifier which has enabled power manufacturers to successfully mitigate water challenges.
Bill Willersdorf, Global Market Director, Power, Veolia Water Technologies, shares, “Progressively, manufacturers are imposed more stringent environmental regulations. But with Veolia, our partners can be assured of staying on top of their game, as our solutions exceed even the most rigorous quality and environmental standards required by the power industry. We are continuously pushing technological boundaries to create more value for our clients. Flexibility is a strong highlight for the new Discfilter, allowing replacements and changes to the filter panels to be carried out seamlessly.” The New Hydrotech Discfilter™ HSF2200-1C Compact Unit
Designed to withstand a higher differential pressure than its predecessor, Veolia’s new Hydrotech Discfilter™ HSF2200-1C compact unit is an automatic, self-cleaning filter equipped with self-cleaning nozzles that eliminate the need for a backwash strainer. The new series includes a filter space to accommodate up to 12 discs, and the compact unit is particularly suitable for small to medium-sized projects.
The new Discfilter HSF2200-1C possesses a more efficient design: with a maximum capacity set at 200 l/s, representing 10-15% additional filtration capacity while occupying a 20% smaller footprint, it is the choice filter system for retrofitting purposes. Additional benefits of this new filter system include a lower investment cost and total ownership cost, as well as minimized maintenance and flexibility in construction materials.
Additional benefits of this new filter system include a lower investment cost and total ownership cost, as well as minimized maintenance and flexibility in construction materials. Customized Solutions for the Power Industry
At Power-Gen Asia 2015, Veolia is featuring its Actiflo® Turbo clarifier which has garnered positive references in the power industry for the pre-treatment of makeup water, cold lime softening, and side stream filtration.
- Actiflo® is a high rate clarifier exclusively developed and patented by Veolia. With over 900 global references, Actiflo® is an ideal solution for recycling process water and pre-treating boiler feed or water within a power plant cooling tower. Compared to conventional clarifiers, Actiflo® has a small footprint and can be used for process water production, wastewater treatment, reuse and recycling, and storm water run-off treatment.
Aaron Seah, Regional Market Manager, Heavy Industries at Veolia Water Technologies, concludes, “As a leading water and wastewater solutions provider for the industry, Veolia sets high standards for its proprietary solutions. We offer the best possible turnkey and standardized solutions for high and small capacity power plants, and the positive references we’ve accumulated in this field speak highly of our capabilities. Veolia is confident of helping businesses strive towards sustainable growth.”
To learn more about Veolia’s new Discfilter HSF2200-1C system and other water technologies, visit Veolia’s Booth D49 at Power-Gen Asia, held in IMPACT Exhibition & Convention Centre, Bangkok, Thailand, from today through till Thursday (September 3).
group is the global leader in optimized resource management. With over 179,000 employees* worldwide, the Group designs and provides water, waste and energy management solutions that contribute to the sustainable development of communities and industries. Through its three complementary business activities, Veolia helps to develop access to resources, preserve available resources, and to replenish them.
In 2014, the Veolia group supplied 96 million people with drinking water and 60 million people with wastewater service, produced 52 million megawatt hours of energy and converted 31 million metric tons of waste into new materials and energy. Veolia Environnement (listed on Paris Euronext: VIE) recorded consolidated revenue of €24.4 billion* in 2014.www.veolia.com(*) 2014 pro-forma figures, including Dalkia International (100%) and excluding Dalkia France.
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