Drag, drop and connect unit operations on a flowsheet, then configure each unit operation to tailor your concept design or begin with typical defaults preloaded into each operation. Configured plants can be matched with any user scenario & shared with other users in your organisation.
Create feed scenarios with up to 5 feed streams for use in any of your configured plants. Each stream can be manually entered or your water analysis can be intelligently uploaded directly from a CSV file and balanced by the ion of your choice.
Plant Designer cuts down our bid cycle time by helping us lock in a design earlier. We now issue our vendor requests sooner, increasing the margin on our design phase and reducing delivery times.APPLICATIONS ENGINEER
Unique automatic calibration function, simultaneously evaluating thousands of configuration scenarios to provide the most accurate calibrated model configuration for the target design.
Identify ongoing operational savings of greater than 20% within weeks of implementation
Reduce design times by up to 70%
Competitively priced and developed by engineers with extensive experience in the water sector.
Drag & drop flow sheeting with predefined unit operations and the ability to model multiple feed streams.
Competitively priced monthly or annual subscriptions.
Integrated material balance, equipment sizing, stream properties and speciation modelling in a single package.
Choose to share designs, feed scenarios and model results with company colleagues. Ideal during bid cycle design.
A unique package of best practice models for industrial, water and wastewater treatment that integrates the design and real-time optimisation of water facilities.
With the help of the User Guide, instructional videos and pre-configured reference plants, experiment with different scenarios to teach and learn water design for all types of treatment processes.
Compare concept designs more easily against a range of feed conditions. Plant Designer will allow you to explore alternatives and provide better recommendations to your customers.
Understand the impact of your design from a speciation chemistry perspective. Anticipate scaling and tailor your designs to improve plant life and availability.
Model changing feed water quality and forecast operational adjustments ahead of time to reduce costs and avoid environmental incidents. Trial new technologies or project improvements for plant optimisation.