Vitens Dinxperlo went for specific knowledge when replacing membranes

In 2006, Logisticon Water Treatment was the first in the world to develop a special reverse osmosis installation that used the Optiflux principle. At the time, Vitens, Netherlands largest drinking water company, was convinced that the use of Logisticon’s knowledge could be advantageous for the larger RO installations. On the one hand in the area of energy consumption. And on the other, to obtaina more equal distribution of the water over the membranes (more equal flux), or to realise a reduction in the number of membranes.

Anno 2020, the membranes of the drinking water installation operated by Vitens need to be replaced to be able to continue to deliver the desired water quality. However, the replacement of the membranes in this special Optiflux RO installation was different than normal. Thanks to the right knowledge, Logisticon’s service department wrote a special plan of approach and has now tendered for and has been granted the order to replace these membranes in a hygienic and environmentally responsible way.

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