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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 rectangular concrete cells
Client / Final client Year Project Flow rate (m³/d) Main parameters Photo
Sepco 3 / Metito / SWCC 2021 Al-Jubail SWRO desalination plant phase 2 405,000
  • 24 cells 4 x 8 m
  • 4 low-pressure CO2 dissolvers
 
Acciona Agua
/
Water & Electricity
2019 Shuqaiq 3 Independent Water Project 450,000
  • 24 cells 4 x 8 m
 
Tedagua
/
BHP
2019 Spence Growth options
(Chile)
86,830
  • 16 cells 3 x 7 m
Tedagua
/
Sedapal
2019 Provisur
(Peru)
37,700
  • 4 cells 4 x 8 m
Aqualia-FCC
/
Spanish Ministry of Public Works
2017 Fonsalía
(Canary Islands)
14,000
  • 4 cells 2 x 6 m
  • 1 low-pressure CO2 dissolver
 
Cadagua
/
Spanish Ministry of Public Works
2015 Granadilla
(Canary Islands)
14,000
  • 4 cells 2 x 6 m
  • 1 low-pressure CO2 dissolver
Canal Isabel II
/
Spanish Ministry of Public Works
2015 Janubio
(Canary Islands)
11,800
  • 4 cells 2 x 6 m
  • 1 low-pressure CO2 dissolver
Ferrovial
/
Tenerife Water Council
2014 Adeje
(Canary Islands)
30,000
  • 4 cells 3 x 7 m
  • 1 low-pressure CO2 dissolver
Sadyt
/
Mekorot
2014 Ashdod
(Israel)
384,000
  • 40 cells 3 x 7 m
  • 4 low-pressure CO2 dissolvers
Acciona Agua
/
Spanish Ministry of Public Works
2013 Telde
(Canary Islands)
16,000
  • 6 cells 2 x 6 m
 
Degremont
/
ATLL(Catalunya Water Authority)
2010 Barcelona
(Spain)
200,000
  • 32 cells 3 x 7 m
Inima
/
Spanish Ministry of Public Works
2007 Alicante II
(Spain)
80,000
  • 28 cells 2 x 5 m
Local construction company
/
Gran Canaria Water Council
2007 Guía
(Canary Islands)
10,000
  • 2 cells 2 x 5 m
 
Limestone contactors in FRP tanks
Client / Final client Year Project Flow rate (m³/d) Main parameters Photo
Suez / Aquambiente / Aigües del Prat 2020 ETAP Mas Blau
(Spain)
7,200
  • 4 FRP tanks
    • Ø2.5 x 5.46 m
  • Atmospheric discharge
 
Osmo Sistemi / Caramondani 2020 Cyprus 15,600
  • 10 FRP tanks
    • Ø2.325 x 5.65 m
    • Atmospheric discharge
  • 1 Low-pressure CO2 dissolver
Talleres Falcon 2020 Fuerteventura
(Spain)
3,000
  • 3 FRP tanks
    • Ø2 x 4.25 m
    • Atmospheric discharge
  • 1 Low-pressure CO2 dissolver
 
Watera 2020 Syros
(Greece)
5,000
  • 4 FRP tanks
    • Ø2 x 5.54 m
    • Atmospheric discharge
  • 1 Low-pressure CO2 dissolver
NEDO / Hitachi 2019 Durban
(South Africa)
6,240
  • 4 FRP tanks
    • Ø2 x 5.35 m
    • Atmospheric discharge
  • 1 Low-pressure CO2 dissolver
Aguas de Antofagasta 2019 Taltal
(Chile)
950
  • 1 FRP tank
    • Ø2 x 4.46 m
    • Atmospheric discharge
  • 1 Low-pressure CO2 dissolver
 
Sacyr 2019 Formentera
(Spain)
2,000
  • 2 FRP tanks
    • Ø1.625 x 5.2 m
  • Atmospheric discharge
 
Arsepur/Bechtel
/
Tech
2019 Quebrada Blanca Fase 2
(Chile)
3,600
  • 6 FRP tanks
    • Ø2 x 4.7 m
    • Atmospheric discharge
  • 1 Low-pressure CO2 dissolver
Tedagua
/
Onead
2019 Djibouti 22,630
  • 14 FRP tanks
    • Ø2.325 x 5.3 m
    • Atmospheric discharge
  • 1 Low-pressure CO2 dissolver
Yonsan 2018 Emboodhoo Lagoon
(Maldives)
1,500
  • 2 FRP tanks
    • Ø1.625 x 5.2 m
  • Atmospheric discharge
 
Prominent
/
Kvarnåkershamn’s waterworks
2018 Gotland
(Sweden)
7,500
  • 5 FRP tanks
    • Ø2.325 x 5 m
    • Atmospheric discharge
  • 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
    • Atmospheric discharge
  • 1 low-pressure CO2 dissolver
 
audingIntraesa
/
Aigües del Prat
2018 ETAP Sagnier
(Spain)
3,600
  • 2 FRP tanks
    • Ø2.5 x 5.3 m
    • Atmospheric discharge
  • 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
    • Atmospheric discharge
  • 1 low-pressure CO2 dissolver
Yonsan Engineering
/
Maldives Airport
2017 Maldives Airport 1,600
  • 2 FRP tanks
    • Ø1.84 x 4.6 m
  • Atmospheric discharge
 
AES Arabia Ltd
Tecnicas Reunidas
/
Saudi Aramco
2016 Jazan
(Saudi Arabia)
6,000
  • 4 FRP tanks
    • Ø2.2 m
  • Atmospheric discharge
 
Elmasa
/
Elmasa
2016 Maspalomas
(Canary Islands)
19,500
  • 13 FRP tanks
    • Ø2.2 x 5.4 m
    • Atmospheric discharge
  • 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
  • Atmospheric discharge
Elmasa
/
Elmasa
2012 Maspalomas
(Canary Islands)
12,000
  • 10 FRP Tanks
    • Ø2 x 5.5 m
  • Atmospheric discharge
Sadyt
/
Manto VerdeMining company
2011 Mantoverde
(Atacama, Chile)
11,000
  • 10 FRP Tanks
    • Ø2 x 5.6 m
  • Atmospheric discharge
Tagua
/
Carlton-Ritz Hotels
2011 Tenerife
(Canary Islands)
4,000
  • 4 FRP tanks
    • Ø1.86 x 5.5 m
    • Atmospheric discharge
  • 1 low-pressure CO2 dissolver
Lynagua
/
Oil company
2009 Oman 2,000
  • 2 FRP tanks
    • Ø2 x 4,2 m
    • Atmospheric discharge
  • 1 low-pressure CO2 dissolver
 
Cadagua
/
Spanish Ministry of Public Works
2004 Balearic Islands
(Spain)
4,000
  • 4 FRP tanks
    • Ø1.86 x 4 m
  • Atmospheric discharge
Loroparque, Veolia, Facebook, Cadagua, Spanish Ministry of Public Works, Prominent, Grupo Element, Hidroambiente, Yonsan, Olivera Canarias, Metalarinaga, Nueva Era Renovables, Alemparte Since 2004 Small projects around the globe Up to 600
  • 1 FRP tank
    • Atmospheric discharge
 
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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