How is a water treatment plant put into service and commissioned?
The final step before the wastewater treatment facility is operational is commissioning. By customising wastewater treatment facilities for various uses, Netsol Water completes the process by adjusting operations to meet the needs of individual customers.
In this blog, we will look at how a water treatment plant is put into service or how a water treatment plant is commissioned!
What is commissioning of water treatment plants?
Following pre-commissioning, commissioning is the stage of a project where design process fluids or safe fluid are added to the systems and subsystems. When a project has completed the building phase and is prepared to move into the commercial operating phase, it has reached the commissioning stage.
How is a water treatment plant commissioned?
The findings of the analysis and testing of the device's water input indicate the conditions, which must be met before the water treatment plant is commissioned.
1: Adjust the high pressure pump's pressure control system.
2: Verify the tightness of the low pressure pipeline connection, the completeness of the pressure gauge, and the pipeline connections connecting all of the device's pipelines, to see if there are any issues.
3: Open the generated water discharge valve, concentrated water discharge valve, and all pressure gauge switches.
4: Start the pre-treatment facility and change the water supply so that it is greater than the device's overall water consumption.
5: Until the water is crystal clear, backwash and wash the sand carbon filter.
6: Start the high-pressure pump.
7: Slowly open the device's total water inlet valve, keep the device's total water inlet pressure under 0.5 Mpa, flush for 5 minutes, and then check to see if the high and low pressure instruments and pipes are in working order.
8: Set the concentrated water discharge valve and the water inflow valve such that the water pressure is between 1.0 and 1.4 Mpa.
9: Test the product water's conductivity; if it passes the test, open the product water valve; otherwise, close the water discharge valve.
10: Water treatment plants commissioning are manual single-step and PLC automatic control operation, after normal operation before converting to automatic state.
11: Start the regeneration process and check to see if everything goes as expected.
The most crucial thing to remember when commissioning a water treatment plant is to close the water valve before opening the high-pressure pump. This can cause significant damage, so commissioning must pay particular attention to whether the pipeline is in the same condition, before starting the pump.
How can Netsol Water assist you?
At Netsol Water, we combine technology, funding, and knowledge to meet customer’s water treatment needs, at an affordable price for both commercial water treatment facilities, and industrial wastewater treatment plants. Thanks to our ten years of experience helping some of the biggest end-users in India, with their water and wastewater treatment needs, our highly skilled and trained field staff is ready to help you achieve your operational and sustainability goals.
Therefore, in addition to providing thorough system design and engineering, we are happy to offer field services and support with the selection of treatment materials. Contact us at +91 9650608473 or firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more