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EPC Seawater Desalination Project in Venezuela

Seawater Desalination

This is the first overseas project Rightleder has been awarded through independent bidding, which starts out first step marching to overseas market and marks as a milestone. It is a great opportunity a...




Background
Due to the special natural and climatic conditions, Venezuela is lack of rain and source of fresh water from lakes or ground water. Shortage in fresh water is a problem demanding prompt solution. Location of this project is densely inhabited with population of which 30% are children under 10 years old. Safety drinking water is critical to health of local residents and substantial development. Qualified drinking water decreases children and teenagers
lasts 379 days
 risk and frequency of disease, which in return lowers local medical expenditure; meanwhile, desalinated water can be applied for irrigation, food, beverage, ice making and other industry, which would be accelerate local development.
seawater desalination equipment
Scope of Work
This is an EPC (Engineering, Procurement and Construction) project. The scope of work includes engineering, procurement, construction, installation, commissioning, operation and maintenance of Seawater Desalination Plant, training of 40technician of Venezuela Party, supply of spare parts and consumable parts at early stage. Implementation of the entire project 
lasts for 379 days.
Process Introduction
The system employs dual-stage filtration, dual-stage Reverse Osmosis, BWRO+boron-removing process, mineralization and other advanced water treatment process. Energy recycling and pure water bottling line are equipped to filter particle impurities, bacteria, harmful ions or substances delivering a system producing direct drinking water with lower energy consumption. The system applies distributed control system (DCS).
Technological Process
Core Competence
  1. High degree of automation, independent operation and easy operation.
  2. High efficiency in boron-removing.
  3. Excellentrecovery rate of energy lowers system energy consumption.
  4. Materials applied are of good resistance to salt, corrosion and earthquake.
This is the first overseas project Rightleder has been awarded through independent bidding, which starts out first step marching to overseas market and marks as a milestone. It is a great opportunity and a challenge to our management and technical team as well. Rightleder is dedicated to provide better service across the world.