Metito backs Kuwait plant project
Kuwait, December 12, 2011
Metito, a leading provider of total intelligent water management and solutions, said it is working on a large scale project to provide demineralized water services to Al Zour power plant in Kuwait.
The project, commissioned by the Kuwaiti Ministry of Water & Electricity,will involve converting an existing 400 MW gas turbine power plant to a combined cycle power plant, said the UAE-based company in a statement.
The demineralized water plant is being implemented to meet the additional demand for high purity water for boiler feed required for steam generation, it added.
The project is due for completion in May 2012, said the company statement.
Commenting on the project, Bassem Halabi, group business development director, Metito Overseas, said; “This development shows a continuing effort from Metito to use our technical knowledge and state-of-the-art equipment to provide the very best service to our clients.'
Metito will install a conventional demineralization plant featuring latest industry equipment including a degassed water tank, strong base anion exchanger, chemical injection pumps, air blower systems and a regeneration system utilizing bulk chemicals, it stated.
'We look forward to completing this important project and as always exceeding the high expectations that stems from our reputation,' Halabi added.-TradeArabia News Service
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