Rotork valve actuators in WTP project

Rotork IQPro intelligent electric valve actuation technology will be used to assist the operation of the largest and most advanced waste water treatment, water reuse and sludge treatment plant in the Middle East. The Doha North Sewage Treatment Works in Qatar has a peak waste water treatment design capacity of 439,000cum per day, serving a projected population of 900,000 by the year 2020.
Advanced membrane and ultra-violet treatment technologies are being utilised to reclaim high quality water for non-potable purposes, thereby freeing-up precious drinking water supplies for the community. The site’s sludge treatment plant will also receive and treat sludge from waste water plants throughout Qatar, the treated sludge being used as an organic fertiliser or a source of green energy.
Rotork IQPro actuators feature an IP68 watertight enclosure with non-intrusive setting, commissioning and interrogation technologies. An illuminated window displays setting prompts and confirmation of setting data, local and remote control status and additional data including valve torque/position profiles.
Data logger files can be downloaded and analysed on a PC running Rotork IQ-Insight software. Effective asset management programmes can then be planned and implemented to maximise plant utilisation.
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