10,000 m3/day SWRO Desalination Plant
|Client||Bushehr Province Water and Wastewater Company|
|Contract||Supply of potable water to the city of Kangan|
|Contract type||B.O.O. (Build, Operate & Own)|
|Financing bank||Export Development Bank of Iran|
|Startup date||2015 (expected)|
|Contract period||15 years form start up|
|Contractual capacity||10,000 m3/day|
|Final capacity||12,500 m3/day|
1. Project process: The feed water is taken from the Persian Gulf through beach wells, is chlorinated, and subsequently sent to sand filters via a transfer pipeline. The water is then stored in tanks. The filtered water in the tanks is sent to cartridge filters by a pumping station and conducted towards the SWRO units. In order to distribute the water to the city of Kangan, a 6 km transfer pipeline is constructed from the concrete permeate tank to the city's water network.
2. Main components: Beach wells, sand filters, cartridge filters, high pressure pumps, pressure vessels and membranes, CIP unit, raw water and permeate storage tanks, chemical dosing unit, instrumentation and PLC system, sub-station, MV and LV panels.
3. Associated companies: the design and equipment are supplied by Axiom, Austria, and B2A, Austria. All other endeavors are carried out by NVCo.