UTILITY MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS
A Deeper Look At Automated Treatment Plant Design
Design Generator (“DG”) is a web-based, online water facility design engineering platform that enables engineering professionals to rapidly generate preliminary engineering designs for CAS facilities as well as MBR, MBBR, and others. The tool has been developed by leading industry professionals and software development experts to create an easy-to-use, sophisticated wastewater-engineering application.
Digitalizing And Automating Non-Value-Added Activities
This international EPC firm has an annual revenue of over 3 billion USD and 11,000 employees at offices around the United States and globe. They have projects in over 100 countries and continuously release expert reports on the state of the water industry.
Increasing Entry To Market For A Multinational EPC
Murry & Roberts is a multinational project life cycle group based in South Africa that has been optimizing client's fixed capital investment for more than a century. They have utilized the design generator for the past 2 years to accelerate their entry to market.
Alleviating A Bottleneck In Proposals For An Innovative Water Firm
Organica Water is a global provider of innovative solutions for the treatment and recycling of wastewater. They currently have 100+ installations of their innovative 'garden-like' WWTP's around the world. They were the first end users of the Transcend Design Generator and continue to use the software as a way to keep cost low and bid on an ever-increasing number of projects.
A Tale Of Two Movies: Brave Blue World And Dark Waters
It was the best of water, it was the worst of water, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the year of COVID and Brave Blue World and the year of Dark Waters. Two films on water bridged the gulf between Charles Dickens' spring of hope and darkness of despair, showing audiences two sides of the ongoing evolution of the water industry.
Seeq For Operators - Find Production Settings
Process operators are responsible for making production target settings when changing product grades. Typically, operators use a written logbook to record production settings, and when they make grade changes, they reference the logbook. While the logbook may contain information about finished product quality or other process KPIs, they do not get the full context about the last production run. Seeq for operators allows you to create conditions for the production runs of product grades. Easily navigate to past production runs to find past production settings. View the relationship between the production settings and key process KPIs, like quality or production rate.
Loss Monitoring And Categorization
All manufacturing industries suffer a variety of different performance losses including production losses, product quality losses, energy losses, raw materials losses, environmental/regulatory losses and others. These losses can negatively impact profitability, environmental stewardship, and even license to operate. A manufacturer needed a way to gain insight into the leading causes of production losses, finding those times when equipment was not running at capacity and categorizing the loss by reason.
Filter Membrane Predictive Maintenance
At manufacturing operations using ultrafiltration systems, the ultrafiltration membranes are used for numerous batches without replacement, using Clean-In-Place (CIP) operations in between batches to maintain filter performance. However, ineffective CIP cycles or long-term fouling or degradation of the filter membrane can result in increased cycle times to move the desired amount of product through the filter, lost yield as the product is unable to permeate the filter, or poor product quality as membrane failure may occur.
Evaluation Of Operation Of Facility
Highly-efficient and improved facility operations require the management of chemical and energy usage to ensure that both air and water quality meet goals while minimizing cost. It can be difficult to attain this level of productivity within a comfortable working environment while avoiding the excessive use of chemicals and energy. Excess chemical use and energy consumption mean reduced profits. Solutions are necessary to allow for maximum operation efficiency.
Asset Utilization (OEE) Monitoring
In order to raise efficiency and production standards, it is important to be able to analyze the performance of batch processes and identify time spent in each of the different process phases. Increased visibility into unproductive process time (for example during cleaning and maintenance and shift v shift differences in manual re-cleaning events) is necessary in order to enable users to take actions to reduce them. With the ability to increase production opportunities when reducing waiting times, overall profitability can also increase.