12.000 m³/day in Marsa Matrouh/Egypt
Egypt is a country of water scarcity. More and more, the country will face water stress, particularly in the context of climate change and the rapidly growing population, threatening the progress that has been made. Sidi Abdel Rahman is a small settlement in Egypt. This desert and beach area is located in Matrouh Governorate and is often a resting point on trips from Alexandria to the Siwa Oasis and to Matruh. The Matrouh Governorate in northwestern Egypt has experienced considerable growth over the past decade as more people use the fine beach areas along the Mediterranean coast. The area is one of low rainfall and this growth has strained the existing sources of water.
Reverse Osmosis Plant in Hosco/Iran
Hosco is a huge steel mill, located in a Free Zone area, near Bandar Abbas. The only source for water is open sea water intake with a TDS of approx. 46.000 mg/l. At first, it was planned to use 30.000 m³/h seawater for the direct cooling system. Then the client decided to order the sea water desalination from UNIHA with a capacity of 30.000 m³/d, being used for cooling systems and other applications in the steel complex.
The Morawa Regional Water Supply Program was developed by the European Union.
Local water treatment systems are approaching end of life and needed replacement. Several systems were now replaced by the central water treatment installation supplied by UNIHA. The existing well infrastructure was updated at the same time.
The city of Veliko Gradiste is located on the river Danube in the eastern part of Serbia and well known as touristic hot spot.
Perfect drinking water supply is crucial for touristic areas.
Mashad is the second largest city in Iran and one of the holiest cities in the Shia Muslim world.
It is located 850 kilometres east of Teheran, at the center of the Razavi Khorasan Province in the valley of the Kashaf River near Turkmenistan, between the two mountain ranges of Binalood and Hezarmasjed.
Over 80% of Turkmenistan is covered by the Karakum Desert. The climate is mostly arid desert with extreme hot dry summer and mild and dry winter. As a result of its climate Turkmenistan faces water scarcity.
After the supra-regional water distribution system collapsed with the end of the Soviet Union, the water supply of Turkmenistan depends on international water treatment projects in order to gain the water of the Caspian Sea.
In order to extract potable water chemically and bacterially unobjectionable from the existing river water UNIHA constructed and installed highly complex water treatment plants in three Sri Lankan cities Weligama, Hambantota and Kataragama.
Pecs is one of the well known Hungarian beer breweries. It is part of the Ottakringer beer company.
High quality water is crucial for brewing beer.
In July 2015 UNIHA received an award from the Austrian Chamber of Commerce honoring it's Export Competence. UNIHA was presented as a major player in Austrian Exports, with activities all over the world.
Since 1994 the Austrian Federal Economic Chamber and the Austrian Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy have been presenting Export Awards to Austrian companies for their exceptional success on international markets. This year one prize went to UNIHA Wasser Technologie GmbH.
UNIHA has established it's reputation in the field of water treatment technology as a supplier of completely integrated solutions and innovative technologies designed to help industry and communities conserve, protect and manage water resources.
UNIHA supplies tailor-made systems designed strictly according to the requirements of the customers from individual components to turn-key systems. UNIHA product range extends from the large reverse osmosis plants (100.000 m³/d) for sea and brackish water to small containerized units as well as water treatment for potable (till 5 m³/sec) and ultrapure industrial water and waste water for municipal and industrial customers of different sizes. Many years of experience in the field of water treatment technology make UNIHA a reliable partner for producing industrial and drinking water.
The technologies used by UNIHA allow reaching the highest requirements of water quality.
UNIHA uses only first-class and tested equipment of international manufacturers in order to ensure long operating life and little service. The effective analyses during the design phase allow selecting the most suitable process among different alternatives. In order to grant a maximum of security in operation and maintenance UNIHA offers also high standard in after sales-service. In all solutions UNIHA is keen on complying with each client’s individual wishes and requirements.
Major international customers of UNIHA are:
MOBIL Oil, VOEST Alpine AG, National Water Supply and Drainage Board of Sri Lanka, European Union, Vodovod Serbia, N.I.O.C. (National Iranian Oil Corporation), Electra in Cape Verde, Ottakringer Brewery in Hungary, Iran International Engineering Company (IRITEC), Ghana Water Company, Arabian Cement Company, Gas Industry in Turkmenistan, City Water Treatment in Middle East, MAN Ferrostal, National Organisation for Potable Water and Sanitary Drainage in Egypt as well as many others.
In 2014 UNIHA Wasser Technologie GmbH finalized its first turn-key project in Ghana comprising four river water treatment plants in four different locations.
The scope of the project included the design, supply and installation of the water treatment equipment, civil works, power supply system and raw water intakes.
The start-up of all four plants took place on 29th of January 2014, only 18 months after contract coming in force including getting the local approvals.
Turn-Key Seawater Desalination Plant in Cape Verde (2 x 5.000 m³/day)
Praia with approximate 140.000 inhabitants is Cape Verde's capital, largest city and a commercial centre.
The development of the urban infrastructure of Praia has made a big progress in the last years. It concerns the extension of the street network, construction of the new residential buildings, renovation of the old ones as well as construction of the new airport and extension of the university.
However, this progress is hindered by the scarcity of the high-quality water, which is a big problem in Cape Verde. The city features an arid climate with a short and a lengthy, very pronounced dry season.