170 MLD project in Oman employs inge® UF membranes
UF technology to be deployed as RO pretreatment in sea water desalination plant.
GERMANY, OCT 15, 2018 -- In September 2018, inge GmbH – a German company specializing in ultrafiltration (UF) technology -- received a contract to supply its UF solutions as part of a sea water desalination project in Oman commissioned by Al Asilah Desalination Company SAOC + OPWP.
Although not specified in the original tender, the system integrator for the project, Doosan, ultimately decided to use UF instead of conventional methods such as sand filters. UF's superior reliability, longer lifetime and better membrane maintenance led to the decision. Having spent many years cooperating with inge® on a number of pilot projects, the OEM was already familiar with inge®’s portfolio. Based on its satisfaction with inge®’s excellent products and services in the past, it has now opted to deploy tried-and-tested T-Rack® 3.0 racks equipped with state-of-the-art dizzer® XL UF modules as a reverse osmosis pretreatment stage.
This is the first major collaborative project between inge GmbH and Doosan. It is also the first time that inge® has been involved in such a large-scale sea water desalination project in Oman. The German UF specialists will supply 12 racks with a total of more than 1,400 dizzer® modules in the XL 0.9 MB 80 WT format. The new plant is expected to be commissioned early in 2020.