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The use of pilot trials to evaluate performance and the economics of water treatment equipment and technology is an important step prior to making an investment or a process upgrade decision. Pilot trials are therefore intended to evaluate all aspects of process performance including the required process efficiency, the use utilities and consumables such as power, water, gas, chemicals etc.

Pilot trials are also used to evaluate equipment materials’ properties, including but not limited to resistance to corrosion, behavior in the operating environment etc.

Liquidic® has developed a comprehensive process of analyzing and testing water treatment pilot plants and other forms of water technological trials to determine long-term process and equipment performance indicators.

Our staff have designed and operated water plants for many years and have built the knowhow on how to test water technology to the maximum possible design potential. This applies to both process upgrades and new technological innovations.

When Liquidic® runs pilot trials for clients the objective to get a feel of the technology, evaluate its performance, evaluate the cost effectiveness and long term sustainability prior to recommending investment decisions or alternatives. Whether these are small scale versions or miniature versions, the trial methods and measurements are executed to expose unforeseeable difficulties that may arise in full scale operations, but also to identify possible remedy solutions.

In addition to methods and measurements, functionality in the expected operating environment is a critical aspect to analysis during the trial period. Liquidic® staff are experienced in the design and operation of water plants. They are available to assist you to test the technology you are planning to purchase, as well as advise you on efficiency, cost effectiveness and long-term sustainability.

Liquidic® can help you made the appropriate technological selection for your water treatment project