Dawn takes care of complete turnkey projects from intake to application, such as surface water treatment or seawater desalination for municipalities or industries.
Based on your specifications, we deliver free budgetary quotations including:
– Process flow diagram
– Mass balance
– General footprint
– Basic engineering data
Dawn scope of supply is defined by battery limits and most of the equipment (pumps, tanks, filters, modules, etc..) are skid-mounted to ease and quicken installation.
– As-build drawings / 3-D drawings
– Piping isometrics (optional)
– Electrical drawings
– Installation supervision
– Plant supervision
– Maintenance contract
– Technical handbook
– Installation / Operation / Maintenance manual
Your projects are followed by Dawn process engineers with relevant field experience all along project development.
Dawn supplies any type of water treatment in a containerized version. From desalination plants to emergency resonce units. Dawn designs ready-to-use containerized desalination plants that can produce up to 1000 m3/day of drinking water from different sources and with varying salinities. The desalination core process is reverse osmosis where semi-permeable membranes are used
Containerized plants have many advantages over built-in plant room installations:
Proper container foundations
Containerization of a water treatment plant does not only include the supply of a container, it includes the complete installation of the plant:
We can deliver our systems in insulated (20 or 40 ft) containers. Containerization includes all piping and fittings connected, all cables and wires connected to instrument and control cabinet. This is a “plug and play” unit supply.
The container will be mounted with one side door, one inlet/outlet (terminal point), one roof hatch, one side door and floor drainage. A sun roof can be offered on request to limit the inside temperature in the container if extreme conditions have to be considered.
The container can be air cooled on request. The Airco is a split-unit and the outdoor part will be placed next to the container.