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PROJECT WRTSILA FINLAND


Power Plants

APC EXTENSION 2
PROJECT NR: 6355
ORDER NR: PP 4500259526

WATER TREATMENT SYSTEM

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL(Doc. Nr. 60252)

WatMan RO 1000 MP Reverse Osmosis System including pretreatment

IMPORTANT

1. Your warranty may be voided if installation or operation instructions are not


followed exactly. Operation of the system in a manner inconsistent with the
applicable instructions or specifications, or with feed water which fails to meet the
feed requirements shall void warranty.

2. We suggest that every person involved in operation of this system will closely
study this manual in detail.

3. We suggest that this unit will have a named person in primary charge of the
operation. Basic technical skills are expected, however, for demanding maintenance
tasks - like pump service - special technical skills are expected.

4. The following caution notes have been used:

WARNING! Possibility for personal injury or major technical damage my be


caused

CAUTION Possibility for minor technical damage

NOTE Important facts

Warning! This is a high-pressure device. Always take precautions not to open a


pressurized unit. During any reverse osmosis maintenance, switch off the fuse or
disconnect the high pressure pump from the main electrical supply.
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GENERAL

Warning! Active Chlorine (Cl2, NaOCl etc.) will damage reverse osmosis membranes
permanently. If chlorine is used for disinfection, destroy it before RO with
bisulphite (NaHSO3) or with activated carbon. The activated carbon of the filter
must be changed every two to three years.

Water temperature max. continuous 35 C


calculated 25 C

Environment temperature maximum 35 C


No direct sunlight

Feed pressure min. to RO 1,0 bars


max. to RO 5,0 bars

RO pump pressure < 9 bars


(calculated)

RO Feed pH 6-9
TDS (calculated) < 1000 mg/l
SDI (Silt Density Index) <5
LSI (in reject) <-0.2
Cl2 (chlorine) <0.1 mg/l

RO Recovery Calculated 65 %

Permeate quantity Calculated (+/- 10 %) 1000 l/h


quality as TDS removal % 95 %

Electricity 380 V / 60 Hz

Pressurized air,
instrument quality P[inlet] 6-8 bar
P[adj] 6-8 bar
Quantity 20 Nl/min
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Water Quality to Follow


- Feed Water and Boiler Make-up Water Quality

Parameter Unit
Feed Water Quality Treated Water Quality
[= system influent] [= effluent by Wartsila]
PH 69 -
Conductivity S/cm < 2000 (*) < 200
mS/m < 200
TDS mg/l < 1000 -
Colour No foreign colour -
Turbidity NTU/FTU < 5 before treatment -
< 1 before RO elements
SDI [Silt < 5 after water softeners -
Density Index] < 3 as a long-term average -
Alkalinity mg/l < 250 [as CaCO3] < 25 [as CaCO3]
Hardness dH < 30 < 0,2
Calcium mg/l < 150 -
Magnesium mg/l < 40 -
Chloride mg/l < 150 (*) <8
Sulphate mg/l < 200 -
Nitrate mg/l < 50 -
Sodium mg/l < 500 (*) < 40 [as Na + K]
Potassium mg/l < 50 (*) < 40 [as Na + K]
Iron mg/l < 0,2 < 0,05
Aluminium mg/l < 0,5 < 0,05
Copper mg/l < 0,2 < 0,01
Silica, SiO2 mg/l < 20 (*) <4
Organics mg/l < 10 [as KMnO4] < 15 [as KMnO4]
Oil mg/l Not allowed (**) < 1 mg/l
(*): At water temperature less than 25 C. Maximum allowed water temperature is 35 C. High water
temperature raises the ion permeation typically 12 % along with 1 C; (**): Possible influent oil needs a
special filter to avoid membrane fouling.
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INSTALLATION

Install the system according to separate instructions and lay-out drawings.

Summary:

1. Balance the separate units or the container in horizontal positions.

2. Connect the feed water to water inlet, flange DN40.

3. Connect the water outlet to pure water buffer tank, flange DN40.

4. Connect the drain pipes/hoses into sewer line, flange DN 80 or d100/160. Connect
the possible container floor drain as seen necessary.

5. Connect electricity to electrical box. Connect the Pure Water Tank Level Switch to
electrical box. Connect the potential free contacts to Power Plant PLC. An
electrician with appropriate permits should be involved.

6. Connect the oilless pressurized air, R.

7. Plug the prefilter and the activated carbon filter low-voltage adapters.

8. Check that the RO system will not start automatically. Switch off (= position 0) the
power by the high pressure pump switch (CP5.1) and the automatic inlet valve
(AV5.1)
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S T A R T-U P

The operation and possible codes relate to PI-drawing enclosed. The general setting
and set-up values can be found in the Settings document.

Caution Flush the inlet water piping thoroughly into drain before the system start-up.
Heavy piping scale or sediment can permanently cover or foul the filter media and
the cartridges.

1. Connect the water pressure to inlet pressure boosting by opening all the necessary
valves.

2. Booster pump rotation

Switch on the feed pumps for a short period of time to test the pump rotation.
Reverse any two of the three main power leads.

Caution Do not run the pumps dry more than few seconds.

Prefilters

- Bag Filters - option only


- Multi Layer Filters F2.1 and F2.2
- Activated carbon filter F3.1

The system has been pre-tested at factory site. To ensure all the operations and to
find out possible transport damages, the following procedures are suggested.

3.1 Check that the bag filters are equipped with appropriate, clean bags (option only).

3.2 Multi layer filters

Note - See Performa Cv Valve Manual for complete start-up and settings.
- See document 60251 to setup the default parameters. Adjust the settings if
found necessary. Before the set-up plug in the electrical cord.

3.2.1 Manually backwash filter F2.1. This is done by manually pressing the Backwash
button. Once pressed, the unit will begin the backwash within some minutes.

Note When the filter F2.1 backwash in completed, the backwash of filter F2.2 will start
automatically.

3.2.2 Slowly open the manual inlet valve to allow water to enter from the bottom of the
media tank and the backwash control valve. Air will be purged out of the drain line.
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Continue to fill slowly until all air is expelled and only water flows to drain.

3.2.3 When only water is flowing to drain, open the inlet valve fully.

3.2.4 If found necessary, disconnect the electric cord to control, and backwash the
mineral tank until the water looks clear. Connect the electric cord again.

3.2.5 The control will drive itself to Complete position; this will take less than an hour.

Note When the filter F2.1 backwash in completed, the backwash of filter F2.2 will start
automatically.

3.2.6 Repeat the start-up procedure for the parallel filter.

3.2.7 When finished with the multi layer filters, open both the effluent valves.

3.3 Activated carbon filter

After multi layer filter start-ups the activated carbon filter can be commissioned.

Follow the instruction given in point 3.2.


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4. Reverse osmosis (RO) system

4.1 Check the prefilter housing (F4.1) and the corresponding cartridge.

4.2 Switch on the high pressure pump (CP5.1) for a short period of time just to test the
pump rotation. If necessary, reverse any two of the three main power leads.

Caution Do not run the pumps dry more than few seconds.

4.3 To get a constant pressure, check and open all the needed manual inlet valves right
up to the automatic RO valve AV5.1.

High pressure side: Open the RO system valves HV5.4 and HV5.6 completely.
Check that adjusting valve HV 5.5 is partly open. Close the valve HV6.5.

Permeate: Open permeate valve HV5.11 and HV6.2, close valve HV5.7 (= the
permeate will be led to clean-in-place tank).

Reject: Open the reject valve HV5.9 completely. Close the CIP valve HV6.7.

Open the cleaning system bottom valve HV6.8.

4.4 Check the pressure level at inlet, pressure indicator PI4.2. If the pressure level is
less than 3 bars check the feed system, all the related valves should be open.

4.5 Open manually the inlet valve AV5.1 to purge air and preservation liquid from the
system.

4.6 If needed, purge the air in the high pressure pump CP5.1 by opening the pump
purge plug.

Caution If not properly purged, the mechanical seal may damage.

4.7 Adjust manual valve HV5.5 to half-open position.

4.8 Check that the influent will be divided into permeate - pure water, from flow meter
FISA5.1 flowing into wash tank - and into reject (from pressure meter PI5.3, or
from drain line FI5.2). If water is not flowing check that inlet pressure is OK and all
the inlet valves are open.

4.9 Continue the rinsing until the reject is clear and free of odor (and taste), however
not less than 10 minutes.

4.10 Set the feed pump CP5.1 control switch into manual ON (1) mode.
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4.11 By rotating manual adjusting valve HV5.5 find the minimum feed pressure to reach
a nominal permeate flow of 1.000 liters/hour (FISA5.1; PI5.1 = typically 7-9 bars).

4.12 Continue the flushing until the permeate quality is acceptable (typical conductivity
<200 S/cm), however not less than 10 minutes. If used for drinking water
purposes, flushing should be continued for 2-3 hours or more despite the
conductivity value.

4.13 Open permeate valve HV5.7 to pure water tank.

4.14 Set the feed pump CP5.1 control switch into automatic (A) position, the inlet valve
AV5.1 into automatic (A) position and permeate valve AV5.2/AV6.1 into
automatic (A) position. The automatic water production should start.

If the system will not start,

- Check the automatic fuses/relays in the electrical box


- Check the pure water tank level switch.
- Check the permeate minimum flow switch FISA5.1 and the pressure difference
switch PDSA5.1; adjust if necessary
- Check the RO inlet pressure switch PSA5.1; adjust the minimum and maximum
pressures if necessary (see default set-up values)

4.15 By rotating manual valve HV5.5 ensure the minimum feed pressure to reach a
nominal permeate flow of 1000 liters/hour.

4.16 During the run sequence, the reject line pressure indication PI5.3 should reach a
level of 7 9 bars (= PI5.1 less 1 bar, dP [PI5.1 PI5.3] = max 2,0 bars).

Warning During the normal run/water production, NEVER close the reject valve
HV5.9. A permanent loss of flux can follow.

Caution It is recommended to flush the system to drain with feedwater at design


operating pressure for a minimum of 10 - 30 minutes. For potable water
applications, discard the product water for at least 2 hours or more prior to drinking
or using in food applications.
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4.17 Check that the pure water tank level switch (LS7.2) will stop the system when the
upper level is reached (tank full). Correspondingly check that the lower level will
start the production (tank empty).

Check the valves as follows (see also the related PI-diagram):

Manual valves in the run sequence:

HV1.12.7 Open
HV2.1.2 Open
HV2.1.4 Open
HV2.2.2 Open
HV2.2.4 Open
HV3.1.2 Open
HV3.1.4 Open
HV4.1 Open
HV4.2 Open
HV5.4 Open
HV5.5 Partly open
HV5.6 Open
HV5.9 Open
HV5.11 Open
HV5.7 Open
HV6.2 Open

Clean-in-place tank valves: valve positions as seen necessary.

Other RO-system valves: Closed

Booster station valves: valve positions as seen necessary for normal run
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5. Chemical dosing

Some chlorine is dosed into raw water, before it enters the raw water tank.

Warning!
1. Always use protective clothing, gloves and a face mask or a helmet visor.
2. Locate the emergency shower and an eye rinse bottle.
3. Thoroughly read through the safety information given of the chemicals (MSD
sheets)

Use sodium-hypochlorite (NaOCl, 10-15 %) as the primary disinfectant.

Adjust the chemical dosing pump MP1.1 settings in a way that the wanted active
chlorine level in the water can be reached. Typically the wanted level is 0.5 1.0
ppm (mg/l). The dosing pump is controlled by a pulse flow meter. The meter gives
a pulse between every 10 liters.

The pump setting is given as pulses between every stroke. The default factory
setting is one pulse per each pulse meaning one stroke per 10 liters and about 0,28
ml/10 liters of water. [1 stroke: 280 mg *12.5 % * 1.10 kg/l = about 35 mg]

Set the pump pulse selector at 3 after which the stroke should happen once per
each 30 liters.

Caution
The only reliable way to control the suitable dosing rate is to measure free/active
chlorine at raw water tank inlet by chemical analysis. Adjust when necessary. Do
not overdose.
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6. GENERAL MAINTENANCE

Fill in the empty table Setting and setup values. Compare the parameters to
situation during the start-up. The default values should be measured after 24 hours
of normal production.

6.1 On a daily basis, inspect the entire system for leaks, and general condition. Record
the differential pressure across all of the prefilters, and check the permeate
conductivity.

6.2 If the pressure difference across the prefilters rises radically, the backwash
frequency should be changed. Check that the backwash flow rate is stable.
Alternatively change the optional filter bags.

Note Accepted pressure difference (head loss) for prefilters is [pure filter head loss] +
0,51,0 bars.

6.3 If the pressure difference across any of the bag/cartridge filters rises above 0,5 ...
1,0 bars, the bags or cartridges should be changed. The exchange minimum is 2
times/year for each bag/cartridge.

6.4 (Option only) Take care that enough solid salt crystals (NaCl) can be found in the
brine tank. Add if necessary up to 100 kilograms.

6.5 Take care that enough antiscalant (option only) can be found in the chemical tank.
Add if found necessary, see point 5.

6.6 Check the RO inlet pressure PI5.1 and the permeate flow FISA5.1, and act as
follows:

Pressure PI5.1 Permeate FISA5.1 Note

< 9,0 bars 1000 liters/h OK


> 9,0 bars (*) 1000 liters/h Start chemical wash

Constant pressure (**)


79,0 bars < 850 liters/h Start chemical wash

Regarding that after initial start-up a permeate flow of 1000 l/h was achieved with
an average constant pressure of 7,5 bars.

(*): To achieve the same permeate flow, pressure should be risen 10 - 15 %.


(**): With the same initial pressure permeate flow will drop more than 15 %.
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Warning If the chemical wash will not be made early enough and properly, a permanent
loss of flux and flow rate can follow.

6.7 Alarms

The electrical box is equipped with the following alarms:

General Alarm
--- Potential free contact nr 1
--- Thermal pump protection, dry-run protection
--- Check the influent water pressure
--- Check the pumps
--- Check the pressure switches
OR
--- Permeate Quality Problem
--- RO membranes are plugged/scaled/fouled
--- Check influent water quality
--- Check the conductivity meter settings
--- Check RO run pressures, clean as described in paragraph 7
OR
--- Pure water storage tank level switch at HighHigh level
--- Check all the level switches; change if seen necessary

Low Permeate Flow Alarm


--- Potential free contact 2
--- Too low a production rate
--- RO membranes are plugged/scaled/fouled
--- Check RO run pressures and clean as described in paragraph 7
--- Change the membranes after appropriate life span

High Pressure Loss Alarm


High Pressure Loss, Wash/Change Prefilters
--- Potential free contact nr 3
--- Default setting <1,0 bar; if pressure >default ---> alarm; adjust if necessary
--- Prefilters plugged
--- Check the wash interval of multi layer filters
--- Wash manually
--- Check the media, change after appropriate life span
OR
High Pressure Loss/Clean
--- Default setting <1,5 bar; if pressure >default ---> alarm; adjust if necessary
--- RO membranes are plugged/scaled/fouled
--- Check RO run pressures and clean as described in paragraph 7
--- Change the membranes after appropriate life span
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6.6 Weekly or monthly

Make water analysis of the incoming water and filtered water. Make adjustments if
found necessary. At least conductivity, pH, iron, hardness and active chlorine
should be measured.

6.7 Annually

(1) Service the pumps and the pressure tanks according to separate instructions by the
pump manufacturer.

(2) Check the activated filter media quality. Change the media if found necessary and
in any case after 3 years of use.

(3) Check the multi media filter filtering media quality. Change the media if found
necessary and in any case after 3 years of use.

(4) With active chlorine containing waters only: Check the active chlorine level after
the activated carbon filter during normal water production. If the level is higher
than 0,1 mg Cl2/l, the activated carbon must be changed immediately.

(5) Check the permeate quality and the flux/flow after a normal cleaning. If the flow or
the quality cannot be reached, change the membranes. The default life span of the
membranes is 3 7 years depending on the use.
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7. CHEMICAL WASH

Chemical wash should be done if:

1. To achieve the same permeate flow, pressure should be risen 10 - 15 % from the
initial pressure.
2. With the same initial pressure permeate flow will drop more than 15 %.
3. Permeate quality is constantly poor.
4. Pressure drop across PI5.1 PI5.3 rises by 10 15 %.
5. Pressure difference switch PDSA5.1 informs to clean the system

Procedure

Warning!
1. Always use protective clothing, gloves and a face mask or a helmet visor.
2. Locate the emergency shower and an eye rinse bottle.
3. Thoroughly read through the safety information given of the chemicals (MSD
sheets)

- Choose a suitable cleaning solution from the list afterwards. The solution depends
on the type of foulant.

Note In severe fouling, the best result can be achieved by making the cleaning twice with
the same liquid or by using both the washing liquids (A, first) and (B, second) one
after another. For silica fouling ask more details.

Caution Before draining into natural waters, always take care of the neutralization of
the spent cleaning chemicals. Normally pH 6-10 is allowed.

- Typical chemicals are

(A) 2 % Sodium Tripolyphosphate + 0,8 % EDTA solution (2 kg sodium


tripolyphosphate + 0,8 kg EDTA in 100 liters of water, pH adjusted to 11 with
sulfuric acid)
- for iron, organics and silicate colloids
- for calcium sulfate

Corresponding trademarks: Ultrasil-110, Ameroyal C800, Alkaline PermaClean

Ultrasil-110:

To reach pH level of 11 use 0,5 2 % liquid (= 0.5 - 2 kg Ultrasil-110 and 100


liters permeate). Never exceed pH value of 12, however, the best possible effect is
achieved very near to 11,5.
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During the cleaning phase add more chemical if needed.

(B) 2 % Citric Acid solution (2 kg in 100 liters of water, pH adjusted to 4,0 with
ammonium hydroxide)
- for iron compounds
- for calcium carbonate

Corresponding trademarks: Ultrasil-75, Ameroyal C238, Acidic PermaClean

Ultrasil-75:

To reach pH level of 2 use 0,5 2 % liquid (= 0.5 2 kg Ultrasil-75 and 100 liters
permeate). Never let the pH value fall under 1,5 however, the best possible effect is
achieved very near to 1,5.

During the cleaning phase add more chemical if needed.

Caution Before using any other Trademark chemicals ask for details. Consult chemical
manufacturers for cleaning details.

Warning! Never let the pH-value fall below of 1,5 (lowest acceptable limit) or exceed
12,0 (highest acceptable limit). Normal cleaning liquid temperature is 30-35 C. Do
not exceed this without special permission.

HOW TO CLEAN?

7.1 Reserve the cleaning agents as described in points (A) or (B).

7.2 Make sure that the cleaning tank T6.1 is clean and empty, close the bottom valve
HV6.8.

7.3 Fill in the chemicals. If not running, manually start the system and fill in the
cleaning tank. Stop the system at tank full level.

7.4 Check and adjust the pH of the cleaning liquid.

7.5 Make sure that all the electrical switches are in OFF (0) position.

7.6 Close the manual valves HV6.5 and HV5.7.

7.7 Open the manual valves HV6.7, HV6.3, HV6.9 and HV6.6 to mix and circulate the
cleaning solution. Start the cleaning pump CP6.1.

7.8 Open adjusting valve HV6.6 completely.


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7.9 After 5 minutes of mixing open the manual valve HV6.5 and close the manual
valve HV6.6. The cleaning liquid now compensates water in the piping and in the
pressure vessels.

7.10 After 3-5 minutes of circulation, open the cleaning system valve HV6.7 and close
the reject valve HV5.9. The cleaning liquid should now flow in a closed loop.

7.11 After 10 minutes of circulation stop the wash pump CP6.1.

Measure and adjust the pH of the cleaning liquid. Add fresh chemical if found
necessary.

Dump and change the chemical if it is very dirty.

7.12 Wait for 30 - 60 minutes and start the wash pump CP6.1 again.

7.13 After 30 - 60 minutes of circulation stop the wash pump CP6.1.


Measure and adjust the pH of the cleaning liquid. Add fresh chemical if found
necessary.

7.14 Drain the cleaning tank T6.1 by opening the bottom valve HV6.8, leave the valve
HV6.7 open.

7.15 Close the manual valve HV5.9. Open the manual valve HV6.7 and the automatic
valve AV5.1. Flush the piping, the pressure vessels and the cleaning tank.

7.16 After 2 - 3 minutes, close the cleaning tank bottom valve HV6.8.

7.17 Fill in the cleaning tank. Close the automatic valve AV5.1. Open valve HV5.9 and
close valve 6.7

7.18 Start the wash pump and rinse the system for 5 - 10 minutes.

7.19 Repeat the cleaning phase immediately if found necessary (very colorful cleaning
liquid, etc.). The cleaning with another type of chemical may be done if the wanted
parameters cannot be reached.

7.20 The chemical wash is now finished.

7.21 Check the valves as follows (see also the related PI-diagram):
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Manual valves in the run sequence:

HV5.4 Open
HV5.5 Partly open
HV5.6 Open
HV5.9 Open
HV5.11 Open
HV5.7 Open
HV6.2 Open

Clean-in-place tank valves: valve positions as seen necessary

Other RO-system valves: Closed

7.22 Start-up and adjust the system according to Paragraph 4.

Warning This is a high-pressure device. Always take precautions not to open a


pressurized unit.

FURTHER
CONTACTS

Oy WatMan Ab Vedenkasittely (Water Management)


Yrittajantie 4
FI - 09430 SAUKKOLA
FINLAND
www.watman.fi
E-mail: info@watman.fi

Phone + 358 - 20 741 7220


Fax + 358 - 19 3570 770

Contact persons

Mr. Toni Laine Start-up, general matters


Mr. Antti Helantera Process, water chemistry
Mr. Hannu Mkinen Mechanical
Mr. Olli Helin Mechanical