Water Planet, Osmoflo Collaborate for Software Update

Sept. 6, 2016
Agreement adapts PlantConnect to support IMS-5000

Water Planet has signed an agreement with Osmoflo to adapt Osmoflo’s PlantConnect remote monitoring software and response infrastructure to support Water Planet’s IMS-5000 Produced Water Treatment Solution installations.

In addition to leveraging the power of IntelliFlux fully automated, self-adaptive flux enhancement and recovery controls technology residing on IMS-5000 units, the remote monitoring infrastructure will include access to Osmoflo’s 24/7 call center to offer clients comprehensive, real-time operation and maintenance (O&M) support. Features include automatic emails or text message notifications for critical alarms, preventative maintenance alerts, and detailed energy consumption and performance data. Remote monitoring O&M support will be available as an add-on service to support Water Planet’s IMS-5000 customers around the world.

“This development expands Water Planet’s O&M service offering and provides significant value to our customer’s ongoing operations,” said Eric Hoek, CEO for Water Planet. “Osmoflo is recognized as one of the world’s leading companies in desalination and wastewater treatment solutions, with world-class capabilities and international coverage. Our collaboration provides a solution that combines our leading-edge technologies and delivers world-class service to Water Planet’s customers.”

“This collaboration signifies an exciting time for Water Planet and Osmoflo. Innovation is at the heart of both Water Planet and Osmoflo, which together we will deliver to clients globally,” said Emmanuel Gayan, CEO for the Osmoflo Group.

Water Planet’s IMS-5000 Produced Water Treatment Solution powered by IntelliFlux is an integrated system comprising up-front, mechanical oil-water separation to capture free oil and settleable solids followed by ceramic ultrafiltration membranes to eliminate oil and suspended solids. Due to its robust design and IntelliFlux controls, the system can handle continuous operating temperatures up to 85 degrees Celsius as well as high and variable influent oil and solids concentrations typical in oil and gas produced waters. 

An IMS-5000 system can replace both flotation and nutshell filter units while delivering improved water quality at a lower cost, which is ideal when disposal options are limited and/or further upgrading for reuse is required.

Source: Water Planet, Osmoflo

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