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. As the installation quality, knowledge level and service support was proven during the pilot phase, this was the logical next step for our costumer.  

In the design of this installation two units are connected in such a way that it is possible to rinse one of the units while the other unit stays in production. This approach makes it possible to continuously meet the costumers high quality water demand.This solution, designed and built by Logisticon consists of self-cleaning pre-filters, UF membranes, a filtration tank, and a chemical storage and dispensing system for conditioning and cleaning possibilities. As only one UF units is allowed to run a cleaning cycle (CEB) at a time. The CEB-tank and the chemical dosing system were not implemented redundantly, saving costs for our costumer. Same applies to the permeate tank which is also combined for both units.

This redundant UF installation is built on a robust frame and consists of 2x48 Inge Dizzer XL 0.9 MB80W membranes with a total surface area of 7,680 m2. In total, the unit delivers 200 m3/h of treated water. 

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