Demin installation for Nuon Magnum in Eems harbour

North Water has won a contract for Nuon for the supply of a demineralised mobile water plant. Logisticon Water Treatment in its turn got the order from North Water for the design, erection, supply and commissioning of a containerized demin installation to supply this water. This installation is for the first phase of the IGCC electricity/steam power station of Nuon Magnum in the Eems harbour for a Combined Cycle Unit (CCU).

The installation uses potable water as feed water and produces demineralized water with a very high quality with conductivity < 0,1 µS/cm, Na+ and K+ <10 ppb also the silica level is ultra-low < 20 ppb.  For security reasons the installations is designed redundantly for a nominal capacity of 25 m3/h and a design capacity of 50 m3/h. This is done by using 2 separate lines each covering a double pass RO of 25 m3/h followed by a EDI polishing unit. The installation is further equipped with a Clean in Place (chemical cleaning) CIP installation, advanced controls and built to the high quality standards of Nuon.

Water purification contributes to savings on the required polymer


IAt the end of 2019, Logisticon Water Treatment started building a water treatment plant as part of an installation that produces large-scale polymer. The required polymer production water is pumped from the pump skid placed near the river through the water purification of Logisticon to the water buffers of the polymer production installation. The river water intake point consists of two pumps that can pump 200 m3 / h.

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