Commissioning and training

Once a treatment plant is finalized regarding construction and installation, the commissioning phase will start. Usually equipment is tested electrically and mechanically first after installation (“dry commissioning”). Once this has been successfully conducted, the process and equipment is tested with water (“wet commissioning”), the tanks are filled and gradually loaded with waste water and the plant can go into operation. It usually takes 6 to 8 weeks months for the biological process to establish itself. During this important project phase, our commissioning engineers will support and guide through the commissioning process, until the plant has reached its contractoral parameters and can be handed over.

We also offer extensive training for the operatoring personnel, this includes training on the equipment as well as training on process requirements and laboratory analysis. It is of great advantage, if the training is conducted during the commissioning process.

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