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The USF Water Group has successfully completed the FAT for two water units within 2 weeks. One system is a Purified Water System UltiMATE 2500 HW for a Dutch pharmaceutical customer – the second unit is a 15.000 l/h RO unit for an Austrian algae producer. Each softener of the UltiMATE can be sanitized separately from each other. The softener unit BioSOFT is equipped with the unique hardness monitor SofTEC by USF, which doesn’t need any consumables like titration liquids.

Furthermore the loop piping in stainless steel from the PW unit to the tank and back has been installed by an USF installation team in Netherlands. The commissioning and qualification of both systems is scheduled for beginning of next year.

Now it is official – we are very proud to announce that the USF Water Group has been awarded a contract for two Purified Water systems with a capacity of 20 m³/h each. The contract from an Austrian pharmaceutical customer includes two PW systems UltiMATE 20000 HW with a capacity of 20.000 l/h each, two UltiSOFT 3000 water softener with single valve operation and a central brine make-up unit. The softener and RO/CEDI can be sanitized using hot water, in which each softener can be sanitized separately from each other. The softener unit UltiSOFT is equipped with the unique hardness monitor SofTEC by USF, which doesn’t need any consumables like titration liquids.

The completion and delivery of the water treatment unit is scheduled for July/August 2018.

We are very proud to announce that the first foreign subsidiary of the USF Water Group has been established. USF Water Hungary Kft. is now fully operational with an own office based in Veresegyház. We can offer the well-known USF support with our local colleagues in Hungarian language.  You can find all necessary information on www.usf-water.hu

For our Hungarian customers will do another seminar in Spring next year specialized on the CEDI technology.  Interested? Just drop an email to office@usf-water.hu and pre-register yourself for the next seminar.

USF Water Purification has been awarded a contract from an Austrian customer to manufacture a RO system for the new production facility for algae. It will be the biggest facility made for the production of algae within Europe. The RO15000 plant with a capacity of 15.000 l/h will be working with an antiscalant dosing unit and will be controlled by a Siemens S7-PLC together with a 7” touch panel. The RO can be cleaned and sanitized by a fully-automatic cleaning program.

The completion and delivery of the water treatment unit is scheduled for October/November 2017.

The UltiMATE 2500 HW plant with a capacity of 2.500 l/h and a BioSOFT 400 MW/HW water softener in multiway operation were chosen. The softener and RO/CEDI can be sanitized using hot water, in which each softener can be sanitized separately from each other. The softener unit BioSOFT is equipped with the unique hardness monitor SofTEC by USF, which doesn’t need any consumables like titration liquids.

The completion and delivery of the water treatment unit is scheduled for December 2017

The OptiMATE 750 plant with a capacity of 750 l/h and a BioSOFT MW/HW water softener unit with central control valves in multiway operation were chosen. The softener and RO/CEDI can be sanitized using hot water, in which each softener can be sanitized separately from each other. This means that the customer can both produce Purified Water and sanitize the softener at the same time.

Furthermore the 5m³ product tank and the distribution system USF RingMATE are in the scope of USF Water Purification. The RingMATE will be sanitized using ozone. A Steris/Finn-Aqua pure steam generator with a capacity of 250 kg pure steam per hour is also included.

The completion and delivery of the water treatment unit is planned for April 2018.

USF Water Purification has been awarded a contract to upgrade an existing PW loop for a major Bulgarian pharmaceutical company. The upgrade consists of new automatic use-points, a complete new Siemens control system incl. a 19” panel-PC with local operation stations for PW dosing of different amounts into the existing PW vessels. The measurement of the PW amounts will be done with 6 pcs. of Coriolis mass flow meters.

The FAT is scheduled for September 2017 and the commissioning/handover for October 2017.

USF Water Purification has donated 4 water purification units and the necessary spare parts for the unit, which was previously delivered to the Africa Amini Alama charity. Each water treatment unit can produce up to 1,600 litres per day of drinking water and provides remote villages and their nearest hospital will clean water. Africa Amini Alama are involved in medical, social and education fields in Tansania. You can find information about the hospital and the schools which the charity operates on this homepage:

http://africaaminialama.com/en/

The UltiMATE 1500 HW is dedicated to production and feeds two purified water tanks. The UltiMATE 1500 HW completes with 2 other PW units delivered from USF, the entire PW supply in one production building. For the hardness monitor USF has used the own unique USF SofTEC unit. The softener can be sanitized chemically on demand and the RO/CEDI part can be hot water sanitized fully automatic.

The system has been delivered exactly according the contract date. The handover is scheduled for beginning 2017.

The system includes the pre-treatment BioSOFT MW and the Purified Water Generator UltiMATE 8000 NHW. The softener station BioSOFT MW is executed in mulit-way operation and is quality controlled. For the hardness monitor USF has used the own unique USF SofTEC unit. The pre-treatment BioSOFT and the UltiMATE system are fully-automatic chemically sanitizable.

The UltiMATE 15000 HW PW system is a combination of softener, reverse osmosis, membrane degasser and CEDI. The softener station will be an USF BioSOFT Plus with central valve control an in multiway operation.
The softener will be sanitized chemically on demand and the RO/CEDI part will be hot water sanitized fully automatic.

The delivery is scheduled for end of December 2016/beginning of January 2017.

The UltiMATE 8000 NHW is dedicated to production and feeds two purified water tanks. The UltiMATE 8000 NHW has been manufactured completely in stainless steel AISI 316L incl. the internal pipework and resin traps of the softener. The PW unit can be chemically sanitized in a fully automatic mode.

The system has been delivered exactly according the contract date. The handover is scheduled for middle/end of October 2016.

The system includes the pre-treatment BioSOFT MW and the Purified Water Generator EcoMATE 3500. The softener station BioSOFT MW is executed in mulit-way operation and is quality controlled. For the hardness monitor USF has used the own unique USF SofTEC unit. The pre-treatment and the EcoMATE system are fully-automatic chemically sanitizable.

The EcoMATE 3500 is dedicated for the production and feeds among other things a Steris/Finn-Aqua pure steam generator. The storage and the distribution is done by the customer. The system has been delivered exactly according the contract date and will be installed, commissioned and qualified within the next 3 to 4 weeks.

The handover is scheduled for end of July/middle of August 2016.

The UltiMATE 8000 NHW PW system is a combination of softener, reverse osmosis, membrane degasser and CEDI. The complete system will be executed in stainless steel AISI316L/1.4404/1.4435. The storage and distribution of the purified water will be in the scope of the customer.

The delivery is scheduled for beginning of September 2016.

The filter station consist of two stainless steel filter vessels made of AISI 316L/316Ti with a capacity of 650 liters each for the active carbon. As final filtration step is done by a 1 micron filter housing with five 40” filter cartridges each. The active carbon filter station is the second project with this customer already – USF delivered in 2015 a 25 m³/h pre-filter station. The pre-filter station removes particles down to 5 micron.

The OptiMATE 150 is dedicated for the microbiological laboratory and includes the USF storage and the distribution RingMATE system. The complete system has been delivered exactly according the contract date and is right now in the installation status at the customer’s site.

The handover is scheduled for Mid-May 2016.

The EcoMATE 3500 PW system is a combination of softener, reverse osmosis and CEDI. The storage and distribution of the purified water will be in the scope of the customer.

The delivery is scheduled for end of June/beginning of July 2016.

The system includes the pre-treatment (parallel-operated softener station, activated carbon filter), the Purified Water Generator (EcoMATE 1500), storage (2.600 litres PW tank) and a 300 m distribution loop with 22 zero-dead-leg T-valves. The pre-treatment and the EcoMATE system are chemically sanitizable – the complete PW storage and distribution is sanitizable by hot water (90°C).

They decided on the OptiMATE 150 system type with a system output of 150 l/h and a BioSOFT softener unit with central control valves. In addition, the job includes the storage and distribution of the purified water using a roughly 40 m long ring main. The softener and RO/CEDI are chemically sanitised, and the distribution system is sanitised with hot water.

Delivery is planned for April 2016.

USF Water Purification was commissioned for the planning and installation of the water treatment system by an Austrian pharmaceutical customer. They decided on the OptiMATE 600 system type with a system output of 600 l/h and a UltiSOFT softener unit with single valve operation. In addition, the job included the storage and distribution of the purified water using a roughly 100 m long ring main. The softener and RO/CEDI are sanitised with the help of hot water, the distribution system is ozonised.

The Schwechat-based company was commissioned for the planning and installation of the filter station. The system output is 2 x 250 m³/h, all of the piping – including in the filter vessel – is made from stainless steel, the system is operated via a Siemens S7 PLC control.

The system output is 1.5 m³/h; the system is a combination of softener, reverse osmosis and CEDI. The storage and distribution of the purified water is also part of the job. The ring main, which is around 300 m long, is orbital welded and installed.

Delivery and handover is planned for December 2015.

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