Demineralised water for BioMCN

BioMCN, one of Europe’s largest methanol producers for second-generation biofuel, produces and sells industrial quantities of high quality bio-methanol in Farmsum, The Netherlands. The process BioMCN uses converts green CO2 with green hydrogen to bio-methanol to achieve a substantial reduction in CO2 emissions. For this process they won the national Enlightenmentz election. For the production also a high amount of demineralised water is needed. Logisticon Water Treatment is the proud supplier of this high quality demineralised water treatment installation. The semi redundant design is based on 2 parallel ion-exchange systems containing cation resin filters, CO2 stripping towers, anion resin filters and finally mixed bed resin filters. The demineralised water ( <0,2 μS/cm) is produced out of a variable mix of 3 main sources of water. The 1st water source is industrial water being supplied by Delesto. The 2nd source is Waprog water being supplied by the local drinking water company. This water will be blended with 3rd source of return condensate from BioMCN’s own processes. The installation has a capacity of minimal 100 m3/h and maximum 200 m3/h and is fully automated and operated from long distance.

Logisticon builds surface water pilot for Dunea


Dunea is looking for new drinking water sources because their current system, consisting of two river water sources (Maas and Lek) with 80 km of pipelines towards the dunes, is becoming increasingly vulnerable. Pollution is lurking and prolonged dry periods mean there is little river water available for drinking water purposes. Besides, the long pipelines have to be removed increasingly to accommodate other plans, which makes them temporarily unavailable.

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