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A Water Treatment Plant (WTP) located in Georgia with liquid CO2 to be used as part of the arsenic removal process on a new build facility.
Based on Chart’s previous experience and proven performance in the WTP industry, Chart was requested to develop the CO2 system for water treatment. The new build plant would need to be put online to allow the current WTP to be taken out of service and capacity expanded. This new build will be the first plant in Georgia to treat arsenic in the process. Requested bulk storage of CO2 to reduce a lot of existing manual processes currently used in the industry when dealing with CO2 requirements.
The AIS certified system included horizontal CO2 storage, vaporizer pre-installed in tank cabinet, pressure-building vaporizer pre-installed in tank cabinet, pressure reducing valve, outlet gas temperature with local alarm and low temperature shutdown valve. Everything necessary for the complete operating system. All components were factory and field tested and designed for ease of site installation. Chart’s personnel was hired for the Project Management.
Location – Southeastern Georgia
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