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An exceptionally broad portfolio of products and services makes Drintec Solutions your ideal partner for small and large scale projects.

Limestone contactors in FRP tanks
Client / Final client Year Project Flow rate (m³/d) Main parameters Photo
Arsepur/Bechtel
/
Tech
2019 Quebrada Blanca Fase 2
(Chile)
3,600 – 6 FRP tanks
– Ø2 x 4,7 m
– Discharge atmospheric
– 1 Low-pressure CO2 dissolver
Tedagua
/
Onead
2019 Djibouti 22,630 – 14 FRP tanks
– Ø2,325 x 5,3 m
– Discharge atmospheric
– 1 Low-pressure CO2 dissolver
Prominent
/
Kvarnåkershamn’s waterworks
2018 Gotland
(Sweden)
7,500 – 5 FRP tanks
– Ø2,325 x 5 m
– Discharge atmospheric
– 1 Low-pressure CO2 dissolver
 
Canaragua
/
Consejo insular de aguas de Gran Canaria
2018 La aldea de San Nicolás
(Canary Islands)
2,700 – 2 FRP tanks
– Ø2 x 5.4 m
– Discharge atmospheric
– 1 low-pressure CO2 dissolver
 
audingIntraesa
/
Aigües del Prat
2018 ETAP Sagnier
(Spain)
3,600 – 2 FRP tanks
– Ø2.5 x 5.3 m
– Discharge atmospheric
– 1 low-pressure CO2 dissolver
Aqualia-FCC
/
Spanish Ministry of Public Works
2017 La Caleta
(Canary Islands)
10,000 – 6 FRP tanks
– Ø2.2 x 5.8 m
– Discharge atmospheric
– 1 low-pressure CO2 dissolver
Yonsan Engineering
/
Maldives Airport
2017 Maldives Airport 1.600 – 2 FRP tanks
– Ø1.84 x 4.6 m
– Discharge atmospheric
 
AES Arabia Ltd
– Tecnicas Reunidas
/
Saudi Aramco
2016 Jazan
(Saudi Arabia)
6,000 – 4 FRP tanks
– Ø2.2 m
– Discharge atmospheric
 
Elmasa
/
Elmasa
2016 Maspalomas
(Canary Islands)
19,500 – 13 FRP tanks
– Ø2.2 x 5.4 m
– Discharge atmospheric
– 1 low-pressure CO2 dissolver
AES Arabia Ltd(Hyundai Heavy Industries)
/
Saudi Electricity Company
2015 Jeddah
(Saudi Arabia)
2 x 720 – 2 FRP tanks
– Ø2.2 m
– Discharge atmospheric
Elmasa
/
Elmasa
2012 Maspalomas
(Canary Islands)
12,000 – 10 x FRP Tanks
– Ø2 x 5.5 m
– Discharge atmospheric
Sadyt
/
Manto VerdeMining company
2011 Mantoverde
(Atacama, Chile)
11,000 – 10 x FRP Tanks
– Ø2 x 5.6 m
– Discharge atmospheric
Tagua
/
Carlton-Ritz Hotels
2011 Tenerife
(Canary Islands)
4,000 – 4 x FRP tanks
– Ø1.86 x 5.5 m
– Discharge atmospheric
– 1 low-pressure CO2 dissolver
Lynagua
/
Oil company
2009 Oman 2,000 – 2 x FRP tanks
– Ø2 x 4,2 m
– Discharge atmospheric
– 1 low-pressure CO2 dissolver
 
Cadagua
/
Spanish Ministry of Public Works
2004 Balearic Islands
(Spain)
4,000 – 4 x FRP tanks
– Ø1.86 x 4 m
– Discharge atmospheric
Loroparque, Hotel Costa Caleta, Veolia, Facebook, Cadagua, Spanish Ministry of Public Works, etc. Since 2004 Small projects around the globe Up to 600 – 1 x FRP tank
– Discharge atmospheric
 
Limestone contactors in rectangular concrete cells
Client / Final client Year Project Flow rate (m³/d) Main parameters Photo
Acciona Agua
/
Water & Electricity
2019 Shuqaiq 3 Independent Water Project 450,000 – 24 Rectangular concrete cells
– 4 x 8 m
 
Tedagua
/
BHP
2019 Spence Growth options
(Chile)
86,830 – 16 Rectangular concrete cells
– 3 x 7 m
Tedagua
/
Sedapal
2019 Provisur
(Peru)
37,700 – 4 Rectangular concrete cells
– 4 x 8 m
Aqualia-FCC
/
Spanish Ministry of Public Works
2017 Fonsalía
(Canary Islands)
14,000 – 4 Rectangular concrete cells
– 2 x 6 m
– 1 low-pressure CO2 dissolver
 
Cadagua
/
Spanish Ministry of Public Works
2015 Granadilla
(Canary Islands)
14,000 – 4 Rectangular concrete cells
– 2 x 6 m
– low-pressure CO2 dissolver
Canal Isabel II
/
Spanish Ministry of Public Works
2015 Janubio
(Canary Islands)
11,800 – 4 Rectangular concrete cells
– 2 x 6 m
– 1 low-pressure CO2 dissolver
Ferrovial
/
Tenerife Water Council
2014 Adeje
(Canary Islands)
30,000 – 4 Rectangular concrete cells
– 3 x 7 m
– 1 low-pressure CO2 dissolver
Sadyt
/
Mekorot
2014 Ashdod
(Israel)
384,000 – 40 Rectangular concrete cells
– 3 x 7 m
– 4 low-pressure CO2 dissolvers
Acciona Agua
/
Spanish Ministry of Public Works
2013 Telde
(Canary Islands)
16,000 – 6 Rectangular concrete cells
– 2 x 6 m
– Discharge atmospheric
 
Degremont
/
ATLL(Catalunya Water Authority)
2010 Barcelona
(Spain)
200,000 – 32 Rectangular concrete cells
– 3 x 7 m
– Discharge atmospheric
Inima
/
Spanish Ministry of Public Works
2007 Alicante II
(Spain)
80,000 – 28 Rectangular concrete cells
– 2 x 5 m
– Discharge atmospheric
Local construction company
/
Gran Canaria Water Council
2007 Guía
(Canary Islands)
10,000 – 2 Rectangular concrete cells
– 2 x 5 m
– Discharge atmospheric
 
Limestone contactors in steel tanks
Client / Final client Year Project Flow rate (m³/d) Main parameters Photo
Acciona Agua
/
Qatar Water and Electricity Authority
2016 Ras Abu Fontas 3
(Qatar)
164,800 – 12 steel tanks
– Ø5 x 6 m
– Discharge atmospheric
– 2 low-pressure CO2 dissolvers
Limestone contactors in open top containers
Client / Final client Year Project Flow rate (m³/d) Main parameters Photo
Corodex
/
Abengoa
2015 Masdar Institute
(Abu Dhabi)
1,080 – 1 open top container
– 1.8 x 4.1 m
– 2.3 m total height
– Discharge atmospheric
– 1 low-pressure CO2 dissolver

References

The Drintec ​calcite ​contactor ​technology is ​well accepted ​and proven and ​has a number of ​advantages ​comparted to ​conventional ​calcite ​contactors. ​The key ​advantage is ​that the feed ​of calcite ​cranules to the ​calcite contact ​bed is designed ​to occur ​continuously ​through a ​special set of ​funnels ​delivering the ​granules gently ​to the bed. ​This allows to:

  1. Eliminate ​the turbidity ​spikes of the ​product water ​asoicated with ​the intermittent ​reload of ​calcite in ​conventional ​systems;
  2. Avoid the need ​to backwash the ​calcite bed ​after a reload ​of media, which ​reduced the ​volume of ​product water ​wasted for ​operational ​purposes;
  3. Rreduces the ​total volume (​and assocated ​costs) of the ​calcite bed ​signficanlty ​because the ​continuous load ​of calcite ​allows to ​maintain the ​same depth of ​the calcite bed ​at all times, ​while the ​intermittent ​load (typically ​weekly) of ​conventional ​calcite ​contactors ​requires the ​bed (and ​therefore the ​entire calcite ​structure) to ​be oversized to ​provide ​adequate filter ​bed depth at ​the end of the ​filtration ​cycle before ​bed reloading.

The Drintec ​calcite ​contactors have ​been used at ​the largest ​SWRO plant in ​Europe – the ​200,000 m3/day ​Barcelona plant ​and at a number ​of other large ​and medium size ​facilities ​worldwide and ​has well-proven ​track record.​

Nikolay Voutchkov

Canary Islands, Spain
+34 922 00 60 30
info@lcch.es
www.drintec.com

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