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Opascep Pack™

Compact and Flexible Drinking Water Treatment Plant

With decades of experience in potable water treatment, Veolia is the key partner of Municipalities and Industries to develop and implement the most reliable water treatment systems, providing an extensive range of technologies and services.

Veolia Water Technologies supplies a large range of Skid-mounted systems for drinking water treatment meeting the W.H.O recommendations.

The OPASCEP™ unit turns surface water into potable water for small and medium size cities :

  • Combines coagulation, flocculation, filtration and disinfection
  • Compliant with ACS and meet W.H.O recommendations
  • Produces from 10 up to 125 m3/h per unit; Units can be combined for larger capacities
  • Plug & Play system, ready to install
  • Skid-mounted and containerised unit
  • Fully-automated or robust manual operation

 

Adaptable to any specific situations

OPASCEP™ may be supplemented by useful treatments in some specific cases such as manganese, arsenic, pesticides removal. It can also be provided as a mobile unit for temporary water treatment needs.

 

Features and Benefits

OPASCEP™ constitutes a large range of skid-mounted systems for drinking water treatment, in compliance with the W.H.O recommendations.

Certified ACS, The OPASCEP™ units use well-known and efficient technologies to produce high quality drinking water: coagulation, flocculation, lamellar clarification, pressure sand filtration, injection of calcium hypochlorite.

  • Complete treatment line including all necessary equipment and reagents to treat surface water for producing potable water
  • A range of 7 standardized units producing from 10 to 100 m3/h
  • Modular systems which can be combined to treat larger volumes or for specific treatment applications such as manganese, arsenic, pesticide removal, etc
  • Proven technology combining physico-chemical process and pressure filtration
  • Easy to operate, remote control device
  • Skid-mounted systems which can be easily integrated into concrete plants
  • Cost effective solution, pre-assembled in our workshops allowing a short delivery time and fast commissioning
  • Flexible, can be adapted to raw water characteristics and to the treated water quality to obtain.

A complete treatment on one skid

The OPASCEP™ standard product range can treat from 10 up to 100 m3/h per unit. The OPASCEP™ systems can be combined to produce higher flow-rates.

 

Model

Flow

(m3/h)

Total Settling Area

(m3)

Total Filtration Area (m3)

Electrical

Power

(kW)

Empty Weight (Tonne)

Packing (Container)

10

10

1.2

1.6

7

5.5

1 x 20’

20

20

2.4

2.6

10

6.7

1 x 40’

30

30

3.2

4.0

13

7.7

1 x 40’

50

50

6

6.2

15

9.7

1 x 40’ + 1 x 20’

80

80

7

10.7

25

12.3

2 x 40’ + 1 x 20’

100

100

8.2

12.7

25

15.4

2 x 40’ + 2 x 20’

125

125

11.6

16.1

28

15.4

2 x 40’ HC + 2 x 20’

 

Efficient filtration process

The OPASCEP™ unit comprises a coagulation, flocculation, decantation skid, followed on by a filtration skid. A skid used for preparing and for dispensing the pre-conditioning and disinfection reagents is incorporated. The washing equipment is installed on-board the skid. These skids are designed to fit into containers.

  • Cascade ventilation
  • Lime remineralization
  • PAC dosage for TOC
  • Remote control device
  • DV container
  • Floating water intake pontoon
  • Residual stress of 2 bars
  • Several options available

 

Downloads

PDF
Opascep Pack™ Datasheet (EN) (134.56 KB)

Worldwide Service Network

  • Local Service Support
  • Fast delivery and commissioning
  • Safety standards
  • Part and Consumable replacement
  • Preventive & curative maintenance

 

OPASCEP™ is ACS certified

ACS (Attestation de Conformité Sanitaire) is issued by the laboratories entrusted of carrying out the certifications for the Drinking water application according to the circulars issued by the French Health Department.

National and international regulations have been established based on World Health Organization (WHO) recommendations to prevent the presence of undesirable microorganisms and chemicals in drinking water. Veolia considers the health of its customers to be an absolute priority and deploys the technologies necessary to produce and distribute water that meets those quality standards.