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.

Knowledge and competence provide the appropriate solution


As a result of an extensive pilot project for the treatment of surface water, Logisticon received an order from a Scandinavian food company for a redundant Ultrafiltration (UF) installation.

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