Multimedia Filtration, UV and Hypochlorite Dosing
One of the highest grade Manganese mines in the world wanted to upgrade their ageing water treatment infrastructure.
In order to solve this problem, a leading Australian engineering firm was engaged to provide design services for the processing plant and associated facilities, which included a potable water treatment plant.
MAK Water was selected thanks to our innovative containerised design, extensive experience in delivering high quality packaged water treatment plants for remote mining projects, and our ability to customise our solution to meet the project requirements.
Multimedia Filtration (MMF) plant to produce 4,500m3 per day of filtered water to supply the mine site and local population potable/drinking water requirements.
CONTAINERISED FOR extreme temperatures
- Air conditioned with wall and ceiling insulation, for protection from harsh operating environment
- Media filters, control system and pipework all fabricated in MAK Water’s workshop saving installation time on site
Water Treatment Plant
- 4 x auto-backwashing horizontal fibre-reinforced plastic (FRP) multimedia filter vessels
- Accepts pressurised feed water (pumps by client)
- UV disinfection with UV intensity monitoring
- Residual trim chlorine gas dosing
RESULTS AND BENEFITS
- Plant Reliability. Custom design and quality equipment will provide reliable operation with minimal maintenance
- Project specifications. Plants built in accordance with customer engineering specifications
- Compliance. Maintains compliance with Australian Drinking Water Guidelines (ADWG) and Water Services Association of Australia (WSAA) health based targets for drinking water.