As the water industry drives for increased efficiency in every area, completely integrated solutions that offer improvements to operational insight, energy usage, physical supply networks and process installations are of high importance. At the IFAT 2018 exhibition (May 14-18, Munich), Mitsubishi Electric will be presenting its approach to meeting these needs, which has been developed based on an understanding of industry requirements from water automation projects from around the world.
Operating as a partner to provide complete life-cycle solutions for water treatment, Mitsubishi Electric is employing core technologies from its factory automation portfolio. Customers looking to advanced water distribution and waste water processing by applying integrated technologies in a flexible way, reducing costs and boosting both service levels and profitability will be able to talk to dedicated industry experts at the exhibition.
A key example of an integrated control approach for water supply; the Aquatoria platform, optimizes system pressure by automatically synchronizing individual pump assets to achieve supply pressure consistency and enhance pump efficiency. The results are a reduction in maintenance activities and cost as well as water losses and energy usage, which in turn lead to an improvement in consumer service levels.
Providing a flexible solution for efficient process visualization and management of complete water supply and waste water treatment plants, Mitsubishi Electric’s latest distributed control system (DCS) will be on display. New solutions for safe, stable and reliable energy supply, as well as a Smart Conditioning Monitoring concept utilizing advanced predictive maintenance functions will also be presented.
Visitors can experience Mitsubishi Electric’s range of solutions for more profitable water supply and sewage treatment at Hall C1/Stand 440.