MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC Changes for the Better

Waste Water Treatment

While providing a clean supply of water to the consumer is an essential process, dealing with the waste produced is critical. Strict regulatory requirements such as the Urban Waste Water Directive and the Bathing Water Directive provide a compliance framework that is just as demanding as those governing supply.

Powerful programming tools and software solutions help you to get your projects deployed fast. The iQ Works integrated development environment includes all the functions you need for every phase of the target system, from graphical system design and programming to the operation and maintenance of the system following deployment.

Large waste water treatment facilities need both networked central monitoring and distributed control systems. The iQ Platform forms the core of the Mitsubishi Electric network hierarchy, by offering support for a comprehensive array of the most common open networks used in automation today.

As with supply, a key application is to move the waste water reliably and with the lowest energy consumption. Frequency inverters like the FR-F700 get optimum performance from a wide range of pump systems. Their exceptional reliability make them the first choice for unattended and remote stations.

The GOT touch screen HMI panels deliver the performance needed and are available with a wide choice of screen sizes for different processes and requirements.

Here too, comprehensive networking support makes it possible for the same information to be made available both to the local HMI panels and the central control station.

Mitsubishi has many years of experience working with water authorities and system integrators in countries all over the world. We have the expertise you expect from a dependable partner and system provider for a wide range of waste water treatment applications.

We provide cost saving solutions for:

  • Screening and Primary sedimentation: Mechanical screening
  • Aeration: Biological treatment
  • Final treatment: Secondary treatment
  • Final clarification: Sludge separation, disposal and biogas collection