WWW (Solutions for Water & Waste Water)

A solution for each plant

  • T1 : Compact and autonomous plant
    • Adapted treatment for low volume of water
  • T2 : Integrated plant
    • Full and optimized treatment process
  • T3 : Flexible plant
    • A modular solution that simplify expansion and revamping
  • T4 : A high performance plant
    • Several process lines providing process availability

T1, A treatment plant for 5000 inhabitants

  • An autonomous solution with operation cost reduction
  • A compact and optimized solution
    • All in one panel
  • No operation team on site
    • Remote SCADA monitoring
  • One controller ( low end or mid range), one RTU, one local HMI
    • Motors starters and variable speed drives connected to CANopen or Modbus SL
    • Less than 200 I/O

T2, A treatment plant for 50 000 inhabitants

  • An optimal integration with all treatment plant automation functions
  • A maintenance cost reduction
  • One Controller to manage all the plant
    • Less than 800 I/O
    • Dedicated automation island for each functional Screening, clarifier, biological treatment,
    • Ethernet network to connect all the units

T3, A treatment plant for 200 000 inhabitants

  • A high level of flexibility that simply revamping and expansion
    • New clarifier to be added for instance
  • Ease of diagnostic with high level of availability
    • Transparent Ready capabilities
  • One controller for each functional unit
    • Around 5000 I/O
    • Simplicity of design and integration with Unity Application Generator and its object water library

T4, A treatment plant for 1 million inhabitants

  • A high performance solution with process availability
    • Network redundancy
    • SCADA servers redundancy ( Vijeo Citect)
    • Hot standby PLCs
  • Several process lines
    • Biological treatment process line for instance
  • One controller for each process line
    • Around 10 000 I/O
    • Up 100 controllers, up to 1000 motors starters, drives

The remote sites in water treatment cycle

  • A flexible and relevant solution linked to the complexity of the remote station application