Water Treatment Plant Solutions
Clearwater are the industry leaders in applications technology, employing the largest engineering services division in the UK water treatment service industry. We specialise in the installation and servicing of both ‘off the shelf’ plant and bespoke water treatment solutions. Our team are experts in designing, implementing, supplying, installing and commissioning bespoke water treatment solutions for client specific water treatment problems. We recognise that many of our clients are faced with water treatment problems where an ‘off the shelf’ solution will not achieve the required treated water quality.
These bespoke ‘multi-discipline’ projects consist of a combination of different, individual water treatment components including:
- Particle filtration
- Water softeners
- Iron (or other metals) removal
- Electro-Deionisation (EDI)
- Ultra Filtration (UF)
- Reverse Osmosis (RO)
- UV Disinfection
- Chlorine Dioxide
- Chemical Treatments
- pH adjustment
As well as ancillaries such as:
- Control panels
- Valves and Switches
- Interconnecting pipework and wiring
The key to our success when working with clients on these projects is our teams ability to expertly size, specify and implement all the different components in the correct way to ensure each aspect works optimally and the end result is as specified.
We have a dedicated Engineered Plant team, consisting of design and support engineers, as well as experienced project managers, CAD (Computer Aided Design) specialists and installation engineers. Together we work closely with clients to guide and provide step by step support through the process of design and implementation of engineered water treatment solutions.
All systems are manufactured and installed to ISO9001 Quality Assurance standards.
Some of the most common enquiries we receive are:
- Looking to reduce costs and save money either through recycling or the reuse of site grey waters or the creation of a new water source
- Experiencing problems with process or manufacturing equipment where it is suspected that the water or water treatment may be to blame
- Looking to meet water quality requirements specified by the manufacturer of a piece of plant or equipment which they use in their manufacturing process
- Meeting the requirements of discharge consents.