The new system is packed with sustainability features.
Veolia Water Technologies has unveiled the newest offering of its Orion system, an evolution in modular water treatment offering reliable and proven purified water technology.
The new Orion comes with a number of sustainability features including low energy membranes Reverse Osmosis (RO), integral recovery RO, and concentrate recycle.
All products and materials have been selected for optimum recyclability. As microbial control is paramount in any purified water treatment system, the Orion retains the proven Hot Water Sanitisation (HWS) of the main treatment system as well as the pre-treatment softeners.
Available in three models with an expanded range of flow rates from 0.5 to 20m³/hr, the Orion is an evolution in modular water treatment.
The premier S-Series reduces overall water and energy consumption whilst also delivering long-term operational efficiencies.
Meanwhile, the mid-range E-Series provides standard features of reduced water to waste during the recycle process and conserves both water and energy use for environmental best practices.
The classic C-Series offers the core Orion technology within the most economical investment package whilst continuing to produce industry standard purified water.
All three models come with 15” widescreen TFT HMI with the options of Siemens and Allen Bradley PLC units. This updated HMI technology now displays key sustainable parameters such as CO2 water and energy savings.
The latest Integrated Smart Module (ISM) sensors have also been used for monitoring and control aspects, and the skid design has been reviewed with a cleaner look and feel. In addition, operational coloured status lights have been added to each corner of the skid for improved health and safety, and easy operator monitoring.
As with all Veolia pharmaceutical systems, the unit comes complete with a validation pack covering all requirements for the system to meet with GAMP and ISPE guidelines, as well as inspection bodies FDA and MCD.
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