Operation, Control, Monitoring & Maintenance of Reverse Osmosis Systems
Process industry professionals now recognize the value that a reverse osmosis unit adds to a water system, in terms of both product quality and reduction in the recurring costs associated with membrane systems. It is surprising how poorly many reverse osmosis systems are designed and operated. Any potential operational cost savings are thrown away by excessive cleaning and replacement.
Reverse Osmosis Monitoring and Troubleshooting training course will give you an excellent knowledge of operation principles, layout requirements, Design, performance calculation, associated components and maintenance practices for reverse osmosis (RO) plants.
Utility engineers, environmental engineers, consulting engineers, technologists, technicians, chemists, Design engineers and operating personnel or anyone requiring a working level knowledge of the theory and practice of reverse osmosis plants.
Accredited Certification from Saudi
TBD after registration
Location & Time:
The program will in the span of 4 Days from 15 May to 18 May 2023.
Timing of the program will be from 8 AM to 5 PM daily.
The location of the program will be held physically in the Saudi Water Academy in Jubail:
|Reverse Osmosis Overview|
|Membranes include: seawater brackish water membrane, Hollow fiber membrane and spiral wound membrane|
|Membrane Elements include: Envelopes, feed- Permeate water spacer and flow path|
|Application build simulated element|
|Energy Recovery Device|
|Reverse Osmosis unit Maintenance|
|Introduction on site-stream needed to proper monitoring such as ORP, SDI and conductivity|
|Hand-held/bench instruments needed to proper monitoring such as ORP, SDI, silica, Ph and conductivity|
|How to use Monitoring Software for weekly trending include Start up data, Daily data and Performance trends|
|Workshop1: Monitoring & Performance (Profiling of RO data program)|
|Workshop 2: Evaluating Profiling & Probing data|
|Workshop 3: Evaluating Performance|
|RO Membrane Parameter calculation|
|Feed Water Analysis|
|Using software programs to evaluate feed waters|
|Workshop: Determine if a feed water analysis is complete and can relied on|
|Analysis that must be performed on-site|
|Evaluating Scaling Potential|
|Evaluating Non-Living fouling potential|
|Evaluating Living fouling potential|
|Good Design means low fouling|
|Lower fouling RO/NF unit design|
|Workshops for RO design|
|Summary & Conclusion.|
|SWRO Intake system|
|RO DAF System|
|RO DMF System|
|RO Micro-Cartridge Filter|
|RO Membrane Area|
|RO Post Treatment System|
|RO Operation Control Room|
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Steve Siverns is an instructor and consultant for David H. Paul Inc. (DHP). Steve has over 35 years’ experience focused on designing and troubleshooting water treatment processes. He specializes in high purity industrial water treatment and has experience with desalination, water recovery, and waste treatment. Steve is a Professional Engineer (P.Eng.) registered in the province of Ontario, Canada. He received his B.Eng. (1980) and M. Eng. (1984) in Chemical Engineeringboth from McMaster University.
ستيف سيفرنز هو مدرس ومستشار لشركة David H. Paul Inc. (DHP). يتمتع ستيف بخبرة تزيد عن 35 عامًا تركز على تصميم عمليات معالجة المياه وحلها. إنه متخصص في معالجة المياه الصناعية عالية النقاء ولديه خبرة في تحلية المياه واستعادة المياه ومعالجة النفايات. ستيف هو مهندس محترف ومسجل في مقاطعة أونتاريو، كندا. حصل على بكالوريوس الهندسة الكيميائية في (1980) و الماجستير في الهندسة الكيميائية من جامعة ما كماستر في (1984) .