Veolia’s Mobile Water Services received an enquiry from a district heating power generator, in the Benelux, to fill a heat storage facility located at their plant in Rotterdam, with 14,000 m³ of high purity water free of dissolved oxygen.
The water was treated to comply with the Dutch guidelines for district heating – DNV KEMA*, along with the European Standard for boiler water VGB-R450L (specification of EGV<0,1 µS/cm and O2 < 20ppb).
By combining Veolia’s REMOX, MORO and a MODI technologies the customers requirements could not only be met but exceeded:
- REMOX-100C: Mobile oxygen removal system to remove any oxygen from the de-ionised water down to <20 ppb O2
- MORO-60T: Mobile Reverse Osmosis trailer providing >95% rejection of ions from the town mains feed water
- MODI-15000T: Mobile Deionisation trailer to further reduce the ion content, providing a conductivity of <0.1 µS/cm
- A continuous supply of 60 m³/h < 10ppb O2
- Required volume is met enabling the customer to meet it’s deadline to end-users
- Quality: Stringent process control by Veolia ensures high quality of deoxygenated water.