How to STP Commissioning in India?
In India, sewage treatment plants are capable of treating industrial, commercial, and residential wastewater.
Netsol Water is a pioneer sewage treatment plant manufacturer offering best wastewater management solutions, using state-of-the-art technology to remove physical and biological impurities from wastewater coming from washrooms or kitchens, industrial and commercial sites and making the water safe to be disposed of in freshwater bodies or useable for gardening or flushing.
Our sewage treatment facilities are highly effective in removing a wide range of chemical, physical, and biological impurities from wastewater, and are hence in high demand in the beverage, textile, automobile, sugar mill, and pharmaceutical industries.
Our treatment plants can be tailored to our client’s specific needs, and we can also optimize the therapy processes we use. Sewage treatment plans are distinguished for their long service life, cost-effective operation, and strict adherence to regulatory requirements. Our service.
STP Commissioning in India
The team works closely with clients during the commissioning of sewage treatment plants anywhere in India, training on-site workers and providing post-commissioning technical support as needed. We also offer a wide range of commissioning visits to suit your demands and budget.
Option 1 - Visit to the Commission for Basic Installation (allows up to 1 hour on site)
Others may visit the site to evaluate a completed installation, such as:
-Minor alterations (subject to written agreement on site);
-Check the equipment's operation;
Option 2 - Post-Installation Commission Visit (allows up to 2 hours on site)
A site visit to review a completed installation, which includes a visual evaluation of the installation and its immediate surroundings.
-Operation of the equipment;
-Functionality in both mechanical and electrical terms;
-Minor alterations (subject to written agreement on site).
-List of Equipment’s& Condition Report;
-Certificate of the Commission.
Option 3 - Visit for fitting and commission (allows up to 3 hours on-site)
A site visit is required to conduct a visual check of the following:
-The installation and immediate surroundings;
-Connections and setups of the control panel;
-Pumping efficiency and aeration;
-The functionality of mechanical and electrical systems;
-Inventory of equipment and a condition report;
-Certificate of Commission.
Wastewater solutions Commissioning Terms & Conditions
• Establish and maintain the Contractor's Commissioning Plan, Method Statements, and Inspection and Testing Plans, as well as the traceability of all checks performed.
• A thorough visual examination of all installed equipment.
• Complete system servicing, including pump and control panel testing where access and conditions permit.
• Reasonable inspection steps.
• Manufacturer warranties will be honoured if they are shown to the manufacturer’s team, ahead of time as applicable.
• If components certified as 'good', fail within months after commissioning, the return visit to repair will be reduced to 50% of the usual charge, subject to fair use.
• The staff operating procedures and equipment’s used to conduct a safety evaluation.
• Organizing the delivery of on-the-job training for treatment plant operations and maintenance personnel.
• Following the 'Permit to Work' and tagging/isolation protocols strictly.
• Inspection of the installation beneath the surface.
• Fixture structural inspection, including groundworks, lids, and so on.
• A thorough inspection of the tank, including any immovable fittings out of reach.
• Collaboration with other people's contractors.
What is the purpose of a Commission Visit?
The goal of a sewage treatment plant commissioning visit is to thoroughly inspect the sewage treatment unit's installation. This could include mechanical and electrical inspections as well as a review of the unit's installation.
Commissioning ensures that the unit and all associated equipment’s have been properly installed and are completely compatible with Indian rules and site-specific approvals.