PACT surface (non-brackish) water treatment systems range from compact steel units serving satellite communities to permanent installations serving cities.

PACT Compact Water Treatment Plant (CWTP)

PACT CWTP is a state-of-the-art pre-engineered compact water treatment system, benefiting from decades of hands-on experience in clarification, filtration and disinfection hardware and software. The PACT CWTP utilizes high efficiency lamella type settling media tested in hundreds of installation for settling efficiently and durability. The system handles the high turbidity present in surface waters and produces potable water in a very compact footprint. The PACT CWTP is steel fabricated, factory installed and shipped in container size units for a quick hook-up to water source.

PACT Municipal Water treatment plant (MWTP)

The source water for a municipal surface water treatment plant is typically a local river, lake, or reservoir. PACT provides a comprehensive electro-mechanical design and supply of equipment from the pumping stage through screening, coagulation/flocculation, clarification, sedimentation, disinfection and sludge processing. In a turnkey contract PACT will design and supply all interconnecting piping, cables and wiring, motor control center, instrumentation and control. The PACT MWTP is for larger populations where treatment basins are of concrete construction (by others).

PACT Ultrafiltration System (UF)

The PACT UF, another membrane based treatment process used to treat small to large city-scale flows. The PACT UF is an alternative to the PACT MWTP selected for its smaller footprint. The UF eliminates treatment stages of sedimentation and filtration required in the PACT MWTP. UF membranes have pore sizes of approx. 0.005-0.05 micron. They facilitate the removal of molecules with higher molecular weights (e.g. proteins), while allowing dissolved ions and molecules with low molecular weights to pass, which means that UF membranes can capture all microbes and bacteria, and most viruses. PACT UF Ultra can be applied in cross-flow or dead-end mode and is available in tubular, hollow-fiber, plate and frame, and spiral wound configurations.