PWN Technologies will be pleased to present its award-winning SIX and CeraMac technologies more vividly to visitors at the SIWW 2012 using the latest 3D technology.
The 3D experience will provide unique, panoramic 3D views into the world's most modern water treatment plant currently under construction in Andijk, The Netherlands, and of the CeraMac demoplant at the Choa Chu Kang Waterworks of Singapore's national water agency PUB.
The animated 3D tours of these plants will allow the viewers to immerse themselves into a virtual environment that has the same look and feel as the actual plants. It will show visitors to PWN Technologies' booth at the SIWW 2012 the most unique features of the buildings and technologies, and explain how its latest innovations SIX and CeraMac are capable of higher water quality, lower energy consumption and a lower environmental burden.
An interactive touch display will assist and guide the viewer through the Andijk III plant. This PWN Technologies 3D experience will give the viewer the feeling that he is within the facility, looking, learning and receiving information about the features of the plant. However, it is also possible to stay closer to home, and take a virtual visit to the CeraMac demoplant at the CCK Waterworks in Singapore.
Individual or group guided virtual tours with one of PWN Technologies' representatives are possible, sharing all the information that would normally be covered on a ground tour.
PWN Technologies was recently awarded the Project Innovation Award 2012 for Europe and West Asia by the International Water Association (IWA) for its Andijk III demo plant.The demoplant is a pre-treatment installation for the production of drinking water, integrating two technologies developed by PWN Technologies based on suspended ion exchange (SIX) and ceramic membranes (CeraMac).
SIX and CeraMaC
The SIX process is an efficient technology that uses recyclable resin to remove organics and serves as a robust pre-treatment system for membranes and UV treatment. CeraMac greatly reduces the costs of the ceramic membrane system to a level which makes the system cost competitive with polymeric membranes. CeraMac has more benefits: a small footprint, low energy consumption, more reliable operation and greater efficiency at a relatively low cost. CeraMac produces a high level of water quality in places where this is difficult or impossible to achieve using conventional treatment processes. How does it work? Come and see at booth M18! www.pwntechnologies.nl