Treating water often requires more than one technology to achieve the desired quality. Most software for water-treatment plant design does not allow you to optimize multiple-technology systems, requiring separate software and more of your time for setup and management.
Our Water Application Value Engine (WAVE) is the industry’s first fully integrated modeling software program to integrate three of the leading technologies — ultrafiltration (UF), reverse osmosis (RO), and ion exchange (IX) — into one comprehensive tool. Using a common interface, it simplifies the design process and ultimately helps reduce the time needed to manage your water-treatment system.
With the new version of WAVE 1.77a, you’ll have the convenience of:
In a truly integrated software, modifications made to any operation automatically propagate throughout the system design, whereas other software requires modifications to be manually entered into the feed of the downstream operation.
WAVE is an integrated expert modeling software for water-treatment plant design, including wastewater-treatment plant design, offering:
WAVE software for water-treatment plant design includes advanced features for UF, RO, and IX technologies to maximize multi-technology design efficiency.
Ultrafiltration (UF) advanced features include:
Reverse osmosis (RO) advanced features include:
Ion exchange (IX) advanced features include:
Note: If one or more of the above requirements is absent, it will be installed along with WAVE installation setup (Setup.exe).
WAVE software for water-treatment plant design comes with a fully detailed user manual. This manual is easily accessible within the software through the “Quick Help” button located in the top right of the software’s interface.
You can also connect with your DuPont Water Solutions representative, or contact us, with any questions regarding the software or how it works.
After you have implemented the WAVE software for water-treatment plant design, it’s important that you protect your investment by monitoring the performance of the plant and determining when it’s time for a preventive cleaning cycle, which can enable extended membrane life.
Variations in feedwater temperature, salinity, or pump pressure can influence the apparent productivity and rejection of a membrane system, making it less obvious when a real change in membrane performance has occurred. FTNORM takes away the guesswork by compensating for these variations.