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Riga Odour Removal System

A2V were appointed by VT Filtration (UK) to design and manufacture an air filtration system to remove a variety of odorous compounds from a pilot waste to ethanol plant to be installed in Riga in Lithuania. (more…)

Perdeberg Winery Water Treatment Plant

Perdeberg Winery appointed A2V to design and supply a water treatment plant to treat water from the winery’s storage dam to SANS 0241: Class 1 for drinking water.

The dam water comprises mainly water from the Berg River Irrigation Scheme and  is supplemented with rainwater and borehole water during the wetter winter months.

A2V proposed a system comprising the following key elements:
•    coagulent dosing (Ultrafloc U3800)and settlement to remove the majority of suspended particuates (turbidity), dissolved organic carbon (DOC) and color.
•    alkalinity adjustment to reduce the treated water’s corrosive potential.
•    sand filtration
•    carbon filtration to remove any remaining DOC and odors
•    disinfection by chlorine dioxide

The inlet buffer tank and chemical make-up tanks and filter shelter.

Chlorine dioxide was recommended for disinfection over other disinfectants for a number of reasons:

•    No formation of chlorinated byproducts as a result of disinfection and no free chlorine, chlorate or chlorite residuals in the treated water.

•    Current literature reports that chlorine dioxide does not produce any chlorophenols – the precursor to TCA  (trichloroanisole) formation.

•    Effective for the control of biofilm as there is no resistance building from microorganisms
•    No pH limitations on disinfection capability.
•    Its disinfectant (sterilisation) capabilities are not diminished at all in the presence of fats, oils, proteins, body fluids etc. because it has very selective and very few chemical reactions.
•    It is highly soluble in water, therefore, it has a long-lasting residual which reduces the potential for cross infection or re-contamination.

•    It is a broad spectrum, fast acting disinfectant, effective against a wide range of bacteria, spores, fungi, and viruses at relatively low concentrations and short contact period.
•    It is colorless, has a mild medicinal odour, low corrosivity to metals and the lowest acute toxicity rating from the EPA.
•    High efficacy against E.coli, salmonella, listeria, aspergillus, penicillium, staphylococcus etc.
•    The generator and dosing equiment are reliable and easy to maintain.

The chlorine dioxide generator and precursor soltuions

The plant was designed to supply 20 m3/hour of treated water with sufficient storage capacity to meet the cellar’s peak water demand of 500m3/day during the harvest season.

The plant was commissioned in August 2011, 7 weeks after the order was placed!

Water Regenerable Carbon

This patented non-impregnated catalytic carbon was designed specifically for odour control in wastewater applications where the main pollutants are hydrogen sulphide and mercaptans. It is unique in that it has a high capacity for sulphide removal without the need for chemical impregnants. (more…)