Discfilter technology showcased at Power Gen 2018

Veolia Water Technologies, a  water and wastewater solutions provider, showcased its  Hydrotech Discfilter technology for the power industry at the Power-Gen show in Jakarta, Indonesia.

“The ever-increasing complexity of wastewater challenges worldwide has influenced power companies to make water management their paramount concern,” Bill Willersdorf, global market director, Power, Veolia Water Technologies. “Veolia’s solutions for water management have been tried and tested, and they empower our partners with more flexibility for customization in order to meet their unique and varied specifications.”

Veolia is highlighting its Hydrotech Discfilter technology, which has been well-received by the power industry. With over 10,000 installations worldwide, the Hydrotech Discfilter is an ideal choice for cooling water filtration at power plants, and for companies seeking a cost-effective and compact solution for their water management needs. It is a versatile mechanical and self-cleaning filter that offers a large filter area in a small footprint. Equipped with self-cleaning nozzles, the Discfilter eliminates the need for a backwash strainer. In addition, the simple operation and maintenance system also features flexibility in construction materials, and enables water and energy savings. Besides its low installation and operating costs, the Discfilter is available in a variety of models to meet a wide spectrum of flow requirements.

Commenting on Veolia’s objectives for the trade event, Willersdorf added, “We look forward to reinforcing existing partnerships and cultivating new ones at POWER-GEN Asia this year. Through this platform, we also hope to provide greater clarity for the power industry in its understanding of water and wastewater management, and share how Veolia’s technologies and services can further enhance the effectiveness of water solutions in power plants.”