Located in Denmark, a unique vertical drinking water facility has been built, with a total budget of 30 million EUR. The facility will treat 5.3 million cube meters of filtered, softened and UV disinfected water per year. Through this innovative investment, the entire municipality of Frederiksberg as a part of the greater Copenhagen area will be supplied with potable water of the highest quality.
Treating 5.3 million cube meters of water per year requires a robust UV solution to ensure that the treatment is not compromised for the final stage disinfection barrier. The market-leading SSV UV system has therefore been selected to ensure every drop received a validated 40mj/cm2 RED dose as verified by ÖNORM M 5873-1 bioassay testing.
In total, 6x MR8-350SSV & 1x MR3-220SSV were installed at the facility.
Reducing carbon footprint has been essential in the project, so choosing the most energy efficient components were an ultimate requirement. Through 3rd party validation, the ULTRAAQUA SSV series have proved to be superior in energy efficiency.
Reducing limescale in the water caused a significant operational cost reduction, as well as improvements for other process steps. Avoiding limescale fouling provides a longer lifetime and more efficient water distribution within the municipality. This means that consumers will experience higher efficiency and longer lifetimes of home appliances, as well as a huge reduction in the need for detergents. Additionally, this will provide savings at wastewater treatment plants.
All in all a substantial reduction of carbon footprint.
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