TecnoConverting engineering begun the supply of the complete primary decantation to one if the most important treatment plants in Australia. Based on the customers´ requested requirements, TecnoConverting Engineering made all the decantation process engineering to satisfy said requirements; at the end, flat stainless steel AISI-316 lamella modules were the decided option. The complete Stainless-Steel Lamella Modules´ design and fabrication was performed at the workshops of TecnoConverting in Barcelona therefore securing the maximum quality of the equipment.
On April 23rd The Roca Madrid Gallery hosted the XIX iAgua Magazine Forum. At the event, a panel of six (6) recognized professionals debated about the challenges and opportunities created as a result of the relationship of water with the circular economy.
David Barquet, Tecnoconverting’ General Manager was one of the participants of this debate.
The complete text of the forum will be available next June at the iAgua Magazine 19, an edition focused on the role of water in the Circular Economy that will be presented in Valencia next March 25th, in the International Conference on Reutilization, organized by the International Desalination Association (IDA).
TecnoConverting Portugal supplies two (2) covers for two mud thickeners of 18 m ∅ for one IWTP in Algarve. The TecnoConverting covers have been manufactured in GRP, designed to be self-sustainable and capable of withstanding high weight loads thanks to the new elliptic design.
With this new design, TecnoConverting increases its cover pallet for the water sector
TecnoConverting France has recently supplied the lamellar decantation modules, understructure and anti-flotation system to the Bourg D´Oisans, Treatment Plant as well as the Thomson channels made of grp. It is expected that this plant shall reach full operation by the end of 2018.
TecnoConverting Engineering successfully completed the installation of our Manowar Scraper for a primary decanter in one of the most important treatment plants in the country, in the vicinity of Algarve.
The Manowar Scraper offers a cover System for odor control, a feature that has made it very popular.
Isolation and protection to the decanter and odor control to the surrounding can be appreciated in the pictures below.
TecnoConverting Engineering, in its continuous improvement and compromise towards our customers, has been certified ISO-14001 and OHSAS-18001, complementing our ISO-9001 certification. With these new certifications, TecnoConverting Engineering strengthens its leadership in lamellar decantation.
TecnoConverting Engineering is awarded its first project in Chile.
Chile becomes the 51st Country benefitting from TecnoConverting leading technology.
TecnoConverting Engineering reached a 97 over 100 in technical punctuation and an overall classification of 99 over 100, thus being awarded the complete retrofit of the lamellar decantation of one of the most important water treatment plants in Chile.
TecnoConverting Engineering, through its Romanian branch, has begun to remodel several primary and secondary decanters in one of the country’s most important treatment plants. The plan is to replace the conventional scraper bridges with Manowar technology. This will allow the covering of the decanters, thus helping their deodorization by correcting bad smells and corrosion problems due to hydrogen sulfide’s action on the carbon steel structure. The fact that we had a branch in Romania has been a key reason in applying for the project because the client clearly specified that companies taking part in the tender needed to have a physical presence in the country.
For the first time, TecnoConverting Portugal supplied and installed an artificial wetland manufactured by the prestigious Waves Floating System company. TecnoConverting is the Waves Floating System’s exclusive representative in Spain, Portugal and France. Their growing popularity is partly due to the fact that their processing plants provide water decontamination solutions through a passive, natural, low maintenance and simple operation process.
Compared to conventional artificial wetlands, the Waves Floating System does not require soil and plants float above the spillway, achieving a large contact surface between roots and residual waters. This reduces flow velocity and increases purification performance.
In the conversion of conventional artificial wetlands, the Waves Floating System immediately solves the chronic obstruction/clogging problem.