ITT gets $2.6 million deal for Mexican offshore platform equipment

Dragados Offshore has awarded ITT C’treat a $2.6 million contract to supply potable and process water treatment systems for a platform in the Bay of Campeche.

Offshore staff

SENECA FALLS, New York -- Dragados Offshore has awarded ITT C’treat a $2.6 million contract to supply potable and process water treatment systems for a platform in the Bay of Campeche. The project includes ITT Goulds pumps and ITT C’treat water process systems necessary for maintaining life support systems onboard, including drinking water and process water.

Components include: 

-Submersible seawater lift pumps - pumps, riser piping and packaging of ITT Goulds Pumps, including all engineering design work, assembly, and testing. 
- Seawater hydropneumatic system - maintains and equalizes the pressure of the seawater systems employing custom-built ASME X-rated fiber reinforced plastic pressure vessels. 
- Sodiumhypochlorite generator - generates chlorine from seawater to disinfect the potable and process water supply. 
- Seawater filters - a coarse filtration system that removes debris larger than 1000 microns, and a secondary fine filtration system that removes particles greater than 25 microns. 
- Reverse osmosis watermakers - two custom-built C’treat reverse osmosis watermakers to desalinate seawater; each producing up to 26,400 gallons (100 m3) of potable water per day. 
- Potable waterpumps - two ITT Goulds Pumps Model 3700 API pumps to supply drinking water from the storage tanks to the tap. 
- Potable water hydropneumatic system - maintains and equalizes the pressure of the drinking water systems employing ASME X rated fiber-reinforced plastic pressure vessels. 
- Barge water filter - a custom-built system to filter water supplied from external sources.

11/23/2009

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