In August 2013 we replaced the water treatment plant for the CSA of the Franciscus Hospital in Roosendaal. In addition to the delivery of the new plant, upon request from the St. Franciscus Hospital, Lubron also took care of the dismantling and disposing of the old system before installing and putting into use the new water plant.
The new water treatment system includes a duplex water softener type BiMatic DV-B-250 which has a capacity of 2.8 m³ / h, and provides two softened water flows: 4 ° dH and <0.1 ° dH.
For the production of the required demineralised water for the CSA, we have used a custom designed two-stage reverse osmosis plant. This installation provides a quality of <5μS / cm with a capacity of 500 l / h. The produced demineralised water is then buffered into a tailor-made storage tank which provides the CSA with the demineralised water. In order to (continue to) meet the applicable anti-bacteria regulations we also have a water pressure monitor in the UV system and a filter integrated into the pipeline.
The sales and delivery process, including the complete validation and installation takes about year and after the installation and putting into operation provided by our service team, it is required to use our preventive maintenance plan in order to keep the system at the required quality level for the customer.
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