Cheviot contract

Posted: Tuesday 23rd August 2011

Salt Separation Services have recently been awarded a contract for the design, manufacture and commissioning of the Potable Water Package for the ATP Cheviot project.

The equipment will be capable of producing 1.1 m3/h of potable water and 0.75 m3/h of demineralised water from seawater.

The contract with COSCO (Nantong) Shipyard, China, was awarded after a competitive tendering exercise and is worth around US $1M.

This marks Salt Separation Services first ever export to China and is the first package that they have supplied for a new offshore installation, all previous work in this sector having been retrofits for existing platforms.

The ATP Cheviot platform is a floating facility and will be installed offshore in the UK sector of the North Sea, east of the Shetland Isles.

Salt Separation Services is a privately owned SME based in Rochdale, specialising in the design, manufacture, installation, commissioning and servicing of water treatment plant, specifically reverse osmosis desalination equipment, in the marine, offshore, naval, water and process industries.

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