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LYMPHATE INFRA PRIVATE LIMITED

         Phone: +91 7602196232

 

         Email: info@lymphate.com

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INDUSTRIAL WATER

Lymphate balance sustainability by infusing with adequate amount of water and its quality mentality into the equation, Lymphate has helped numerous clients identify alternative water supplies for industrial uses that do not require water of the same quality as drinking water.

Water scarcity, changing regulations, and the need for improved water quality pose ever-stricter limits on industrial pollutants, Lymphate is working with clients to develop more effective industrial water and wastewater treatment technologies.

Industrial Internet Of Things ​(IIoT)

Industrial Internet of Things (Industrial IoT) solutions give your organization the power it needs to be more productive and the insight to help reduce the risk of safety incidents. This helps you better safeguard your personnel and communities, unlock intelligence across your operations and extend the life of your assets while it optimizes efficiencies across your operations - all with the narrow and broadband communications networks you already have in place.

SCADA intelligent edge devices identify abnormalities—like excessive pressure, equipment failure and leaks–and automatically lower temperature, pressure or flow to prevent breakdowns, limit damage to critical infrastructure and minimize water loss. These solutions can also be customized for a variety of applications that improve operations. Sensors capable of machine-to-machine communication monitor lakes, aquifers and reservoirs, as well as water treatment facilities, to ensure optimal water levels and to raise alarms when pollutant levels rise. Smart pumps automatically adjust based on water quality, energy costs and reservoir volumes, turning on boosters when needed and reducing operation when possible to lower energy bills and extend equipment life. And data from everywhere—shared across a secure, resilient and expandable network of networks—powers analytics that operators can use to optimize workflows and resolve potential problems, like pipe bursts or sewer blockages, before they happen. It’s a whole new way of operating, where facilities can be continuously monitored 

Advantages and challenges for would-be operators
The advantages of successfully rolling out an IIoT network are numerous. They include:

  • Cost savings: Water network operators can use pressure monitoring to find leaks in pipes and avoid a mains break. Pressure monitoring can also be used to ensure that only the minimum pressurization is used in the delivery network. Reducing unnecessary pump station operation through pressure optimization can reduce energy and save money. In addition, by providing advance warning of potential sewer overflows, expensive compliance fines from regulators and environmental agencies can be minimized or avoided altogether. IoT-based remote monitoring solutions are also substantially cheaper to acquire than their predecessors.  Legacy monitoring cabinets cost upward of $30,000 per unit. Modern, IIoT-based solutions can be purchased for a fraction of that.

  • Better maintenance: Data, when coupled with analytics programs, can help operators move from run to fail (RTF) strategies to advanced preventative and predictive maintenance approaches. These include measuring total chlorine in remote tank sites to facilitate timely mixing or chemical dosing to prevent nitrification or obtaining awareness of groundwater level and conductivity to properly model underground aquifers and prevent irreversible collapses. These benefits further boost network performance and realizes additional cost savings.

  • Improved service: Better, more efficiently managed networks deliver improved service to customers by ensuring consistent system pressure, less service interruptions, and proper chlorination.

  • Cybersecurity: Bringing infrastructure online poses a cybersecurity threat to operators who may be concerned that sensors could be hijacked as backdoor entry vectors to critical infrastructure control systems. IT staff used to securing networks through physical measures such as air-gapping may be reluctant to trust methodologies such as encryption.

SERVICES

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  • Data Analytics & Business Intelligence

  • Design & Engineering

  • Project Management & Construction

  • Water Quality Monitoring & Analytics

  • Waste Water Improvement

  • Effluent Sludge Treatment & Reuse

  • Water Intake Designing

  • Real time asset monitoring & SCADA

  • Industrial IoT (IIoT)

  • Multiparameter Monitoring Probe

  • Mining

    • Water resource management

    • Water quality compliance

    • Water treatment

    • Mine remediation and closure

    • Materials handling

    • Resource separation and concentration

  • Oil & Gas

    • Water sourcing

    • Collection

    • Conveyance

    • Treatment infrastructure

    • Municipal wastewater treatment/recovery system design and construction

    • Produced water treatment/recovery system design and construction

    • Water delivery infrastructure 

    • Process water treatment

    • Wastewater treatment

    • Recycle and reuse

OTHER SECTORS