Osmoflo rental solution supplying potable water for island community in Oman
Rental desalination plant delivered to Masirah Island, Oman, to address the increasing potable water demands of the island.
Osmoflo to provide Brine Squeezer technology at mine to treat water for environmental discharge
Osmoflo will provide a key new element in the company’s integrated water treatment and management system. The new plant will increase the flexibility and capacity to treat contaminated water at the Ranger mine, generating release water quality consistent with the highest standards of environmental protection during rehabilitation activities...
Emergency water treatment for V&A Waterfront, Cape Town
Rental desalination plant provided to City of Cape town to mitigate the shortage of potable water due to one of the region’s worst droughts on record
Osmoflo to provide delivery and long term operation of a major desalination plant for Roy Hill Mine
Osmoflo will provide a critical and secure water source for Roy Hill mine, ensuring operations can continue well into the future...
Invaluable water supply to remote island community
In just 11 weeks, Osmoflo overcame location and space obstacles to install a 1.5MLD SWRO and new transformer on Ebeye Island, a remote island located in the middle of the Pacific Ocean
Treatment of ground water enabling its use in beer production
South Australia's iconic Coopers Brewery implement water treatment solution in beer production process.
Innovative solution provided for large scale arsenic removal
Providing potable water, the Santa Rosa project is located in Alto Hospicio, a coastal dessert city in Chile that has a growing population of up to 150,000 people.
Osmoflo completes turn-key project to provide water to Omani people
A 56,775m3/day plant was constructed in less than 12 months, including full civil works in Oman which will provide the local people potable water
Chilean based Copper Mining Company engages Osmoflo to ensure
The Antucoya copper project aims at producing an average of 80,000t/y of copper cathodes from an open pit and heap leaching-SX-EW facilities. It will require 7,000 workers during the construction phase and then generate 1,400 jobs during the ensuing operational phase.
Osmoflo embraces opportunity to provide water solution to offshore drilling platform in West Africa
Containerised SWRO plants shipped to West Africa to support off shore drilling program.
Socially responsible project increases water supply
The use of Sea Water Desaliantion as an alternative water source, is contributing to the River Murray water flows.
Osmoflo provides 5 desalination plants for Gorgon Project
The Gorgon project is Australia’s largest energy related project, made up of a consortium of major energy players
Rental desalination plant aids development of new mineral sands mine
Rental plant to be used as a bridging solution between sister mines.
Wastewater recycling for power plant
A wastewater recycling solution provided by Osmoflo at Origin Energy’s Darling Downs Power Station is enabling the electricity generator to reduce its reliance on bores located some 20km away and is solving a wastewater disposal problem. Prior to the Osmoflo installation, much of the wastewater produced on site needed to be trucked away for disposal, a requirement that is now much reduced. Commissioned in July 2010, the Osmoflo plant includes pre-treatment by multi-media filtration followed by reverse osmosis desalination. Feed water consists of suitable wastewater streams at the site, supplemented by bore water as required. Capacity of the plant is in excess of one megalitre per day (ML/d) with treated water being equivalent to potable standard. To further minimise waste, a microfiltration system treats backwash water enabling its reuse without further treatment. An Osmoflo rental desalination plant was located at the site to deal with immediate water needs prior to the commissioning of the permanent plant.
Cost savings at Penrice from reduced reliance on mains water
One of South Australia's largest industrial water users has significantly reduced its reliance on costly potable supplies.
Rental reverse osmosis plant resolves water crisis
Reverse osmosis rental plant dispatched and on-site within 24 hours
Rental Plant to meet urgent needs for demineralised water
The new Uranquinty Power Station required a large amount of water quickly to assist with plant commissioning. Osmoflo provided a short term rental solution to provide the water needs of the commissioning part of the project.
Highly efficient treatment of water used in soft drinks manufacturing
High quality treatment of water used in soft drinks manufacturing processes and treatment of reject water eliminating discharges to sewers.
Electro-deionisation for Tallawarra Power Station
Alstom Power's gas-fired power station Tallawarra Power Station uses a new fast start 'combined cycles' generation technology which requires high purity water. Osmoflo has designed a technologically advanced 200kL/d two stage reverse osmosis electro-deionisation plant to meet this requirement. A chemical free process provides benefits including much less down time and chemical discharge compared with alternative conventional ion exchange systems.
Water to sustain oil & gas operations in the remote Cooper Basin
Process and drinking water for remote oil and gas fields operations.
Unique 'blend control' system for brewery
A unique 'blend control' system provided as part of an Osmoflo reverse osmosis desalination plant at Swan's Canning Vale Brewery in Perth enables automatic adjustment of water quality to meet brew requirements. The 1ML/d plant was provided to the Water Corporation which is responsible for water supply to the brewery. Through a long-term operations and maintenace agreement, Osmoflo undetakes preventative maintenance and provides regular operation reports.
Coca-Cola's largest nanofiltration plant
Kewdale, Western Australia has Coca-Cola Amatil's (CCA) largest Australian nanofiltration plant. It ensures the scheme water supply is treated to comply with CCA's strict specifications. This plant has an extremely high recovery rate of 92%.
Build Own Operate Solution for AGL
Under a Build Own Operate contract Osmoflo has provided AGL's Torrens Island Power Station with a 2ML/d demineralisation plant. Drawing raw water from a local river, the plant provides the high purity water the station requires. The plant is designed for flexible operation that can accommodate the power station's varying demand and source water availability.