Water technology firm Pure Water Group is awarded for a fast track project for the manufacturing and commissioning of twelve Continuous Electro Deionization (CEDI) water purifiers, each with a capacity of 16 m3/h, one in operation and one stand-by.

The delivery is part of an overall 210 million dollar contract for the Greek contractor Metka to construct two power plants with a total output of 481 MW. The power plants are built on behalf of the Algerian electricity company Société Algérienne de Production de l’Electricité.

Ultra-pure water for NOx-reduction
The electricity will be generated by 12 mobile General Electric TM2500 trailer mounted aero derivative gas turbines (on top photo) .

The CEDI units are part of a water treatment plant to produce ultra-pure water for NOx-reduction from these gas turbines. Each WTP consists of containerized pre-treatment, two-pass RO and CEDI.

Pure Water's Continuous Electro Deionization (CEDI) water purifier

Highly specialized in electro deionization
Pure Water Group is a leading manufacturer of high purity and ultra-pure water equipment and highly specialized in the Continuous Electro Deionization technology. As Ionpure 'master service provider' it distribute modules and systems from its European warehouse to water system integrators across the world.

The equipment is implemented in the process and power industry, the pharmaceutical industry and at hemodialysis centers. The branch and product knowledge enable the Pure Water Group to guarantee high-end solutions.

This news item was originally published on the website of Pure Water Group.

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