When ProChem's installation crew arrives on site on Installation Day, all the water treatment equipment is there ready and waiting. Installation Day is an adrenaline filled day, where all the pieces literally have to come together.
Prior to Installation Day, there has been months of planning, building, and anticipation of the new system's success. All that hard work comes to fruition as soon as the equipment arrives on site. Getting the equipment to its new home safely is also a big job. It requires heavy lifting, machinery, trucks, and travel. After the system has been built and tested at our facility, our Water Systems team prepares the system for transport. This preparation involves disassembling the system into transportable units, removing some piping, closing valves, and covering any openings. The valves are closed and openings are covered to prevent any water or other matter from entering the system during transport. After the equipment is prepped for transport, our fork truck operator personally loads the equipment onto the trucks with the assistance of fellow Water Systems team members. We handle the prep, travel schedule, and equipment loading ourselves to ensure that our customers' wastewater treatment system is loaded securely so that it arrives on time and in perfect condition. After the large equipment is loaded onto trucks and secured for transport, the Water Systems team loads the remaining smaller items onto the ProChem Systems Trailer. These smaller items include fittings and other small parts, spare parts, supplies, and tools the team needs for assembly on site. The next step, is the journey to the customer's site, where it is assembled and started up for the first time in production.
Here are some photos of a recent system being loaded.
This system traveled to Wichita Falls, Texas.
Above (left to right): I-PRO™ for water reuse, Disinfection system being loaded by fork truck, Disinfection system loaded on flatbed
Above (left to right): Filter Press is loaded behind the Disinfection system, Chemical feed stand loaded beside Filter Press, Fork truck approaching first water tank for loading
Above (left to right): Water Systems team members discuss best plan for loading the second tank, Loading second tank with fork truck, ProChem Systems Trailer
ProChem strives to help their customers establish the highest level of credibility and a positive reputation within the regulatory community. Their goal is to significantly reduce the amount of fresh water that manufacturers require by providing sustainable solutions that will also benefit the customer’s bottom line.