Water Treatment Plant Maintenance
Water Treatment Plant Maintenance
Metal Maintenance can offer you a customised turnkey water treatment and reverse osmosis plant maintenance solution. This plan will cover the complete range of maintenance and plant support requirements to ensure that your equipment continues to deliver maximum value throughout its expected life and at the lowest cost.
The Benefits of our Preventative Maintenance Solution are Clear; You can:
- Improve the profit and profitability of your company,
- Increase the operational performance of your plant and equipment,
- Increase the resource utilisation to gain maximum benefit,
- Reduce breakdowns, downtimes and prevent unforeseen problems,
- Reduce the cost of repairs by employing ongoing maintenance,
- Protect the value and longevity of your valuable assets.
Metal Maintenance is the leading maintenance specialist in the water treatment sector. We believe that a fully tailored preventative maintenance solution is far more than just a good idea, It’s a strategic one! We can offer you professional consistent, ongoing maintenance of your equipment by highly experienced personnel. This maintenance plan will extend the life of your equipment and, in the end, save money!
Water Treament Plant Maintenance Capabilities
- Technical recommendations and maintenance planning for industrial plants. This plan covers minimising downtime and implementing cost-effective strategies for maintenance,
- Mechanical fitting of equipment and systems in new and brownfield sites,
- Pump installation, maintenance and rectification,
- Horizontal laser alignment of pumps and drives,
- High-pressure pump inspections and rebuilds,
- Welding services including SAF welding, certified and specialist welding,
- Working with super duplex materials,
- Dosing lines,
- Maintenance of oil transfer units,
- Oil filtration of hydraulic units,
- Hazardous and confined space installation and maintenance,
- Emergency and breakdown maintenance services are provided 24/7 to clients.
Examples of current and past work and supply arrangements include the following:
Metal Maintenance is a lead supplier for maintenance and plants support to Veolia Water Australia with long term contracts for maintenance, cleaning and painting.
The company maintains the plant in “hot–standby” for the Gold Coast Desalination Plant as required by the Qld Government.
“The Gold Coast Desalination Plant is a 125 ML/d (46 gigalitres per year) reverse osmosis, water desalination plant located in Bilinga, a seaside suburb of the Gold Coast, in Queensland, Australia. It supplies water to the South East Queensland region via the South East Queensland Water Grid.
The plant first supplied water to the grid in February 2009. Seqwater owns the plant and is operated by Veolia. As of Summer 2020/2021, the plant is operating at maximum production capacity.
Water supplies in southeast Queensland reached very low levels during Australia’s ‘Millennium drought’, primarily from 2003 to 2009. The region’s major water storage reached around 50% of capacity in mid-2005 and 20% in mid-2007. In response to this worsening situation, we proposed a range of water infrastructure projects to bolster supplies in southeast Queensland.
The Gold Coast City Council initially developed a plan for a 55 ML/day desalination plant during 2005., which was anticipated to cost around $260 million. However, due to worsening drought conditions, in 2006, the Queensland Government joined with the Gold Coast to expand the plan to a 133 ML/day plant that could share the output with the entire region. The Queensland Government contributed $869 million to the expanded project, which was to be developed through a 50:50 joint venture.”
Source – Wikipedia
“The Western Corridor Recycled Water Scheme, a recycled water project, is located in the South East region of Queensland in Australia. The scheme that WaterSecure manages is a crucial part of the SEQ Water Grid constructed by the Queensland Government in response to population growth, climate change and severe drought. The A$2.5 billion project is reported as the largest recycled water project in Australia.
The Western Corridor is the area from Brisbane’s southwest suburbs towards the city of Ipswich. For many years the corridor has experienced significant population growth with the development of the suburb of Springfield and the resultant extension of the Centenary Highway and the upgrade to the Ipswich Motorway.
The scheme involved the construction of three advanced water treatment plants constructed at Bundamba, Luggage Point and Gibson Island, which draw water from six existing wastewater treatment plants in the region to produce up to 232 megalitres of purified recycled water daily. The water is distributed via a network of pipelines measuring more than 200 kilometres in length. Construction began on the Recycled Water Project in 2006 and was completed in late 2008. A$408 million of funding was provided by the Australian Government via its Water Smart Australia Program.
In Stage 1 of the project, the scheme has provided an alternative water source for Swanbank Power Station and both Tarong Power Station and Tarong North Power Station. Supplies to Swanbank started in 2007, and supplies to Tarong and Tarong North started in June 2008.
The system can provide water to other industrial users and agricultural users and supplement drinking water supplies in Wivenhoe Dam. Testing of the pipeline to Wivenhoe Dam has been conducted, however in November 2008, Premier Anna Bligh declared that recycled water would not enter the dam unless levels drop to below 40%. As of May 2009, the three power stations are the main customers of the recycled water, consuming 112 megalitres per day.
Since coming online in August 2007, through to July 2010, the Western Corridor Recycled Water Scheme has supplied more than 37 thousand megalitres of water into the SEQ Water Grid.”
Source – Wikipedia
Metal Maintenance is a lead supplier for maintenance and facilities support to Veolia Water Australia with long term contracts for maintenance at these water treatment facilities.