Complete water engineering services solution for automotive sector
Published: 05 April, 2016
As water deregulation approaches, many automotive organisations are taking a closer look at their water management systems and finding that, while compliant, they are inefficient and out of line with their ambitions to drive down operational costs and improve sustainable performance.
Minimise Water has developed a range of engineering services to help the sector reduce water usage, meet compliance and minimise both water and energy costs.
From fully design-specified turnkey solutions to single equipment sales, Minimise Water works with estate, plant and facilities managers to provide strategic advice and deliver effective answers to engineering-based water problems.
The company says its service can be tailored to meet specific requirements and covers a range of water pre-treatment solutions including: water softening; iron removal and reverse osmosis; and cooling system and boiler water treatments such as solid chemical dosing and remote monitoring. A wide range of domestic water treatment solutions, including chlorine dioxide dosing systems and solid chlorine dosing, and all aspects of Legionella Risk Assessment can also be specified.
All projects are preceded by a comprehensive site survey and costed recommendations report. Subsequent works are completed by Minimise Water's in-house team. On-going evaluation, measurement and maintenance can be provided as part of a continuous engineering services solution.
Through this process, Minimise Water says it frequently identifies problems or issues before they arise, helping to reduce future risk and maintenance costs as well as extending the lifecycle of equipment.
The engineering services solution has already been used within the leisure and manufacturing sectors; in one instance the team recommended, designed and delivered a new iron removal plant to increase treated bore extraction. This project helped increase production by 40%.
"Streamlining and improving water-based engineering systems and processes represents a huge cost saving opportunity for UK organisations, especially within the automotive sector”, said Rob Denny, commercial director of Minimise Water:
"Progressive businesses are already starting to investigate new options, in the same way that they've done previously with energy. Our remit is to make it easier for them to achieve this and maximise return on investment."
For further information please visit: www.minimisegroup.com