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WatPro is the premier water treatment simulator for predicting water quality based on specific treatment processes and chemical addition (e.g. alum, ferric chloride, NaOH, lime). WatPro uses raw water quality parameters such as pH, TOC and SUVA, and design and operating characteristics of process tanks, to simulate plant operation.
WatPro features modeling disinfection with chlorine dioxide.
- Calculated Turbidity Reductions by Process & Whole Facility
- Calculated Specific UV Absorbance (SUVA) in Raw Water
- New Utilities (calculator, file recall, notepad)
- Improved Reporting and Calibration Options
- Models CLO2 Disinfection, Consumption & DBP Formation
- Includes Use of Ferrous Salts for Removing Residuals
It's easy to configure your plant processes in WatPro.
Use WatPro to:
- minimize formation of DBPs (e.g. THMs, HAAs, chlorite, chlorate)
- compare inactivation of viruses and Giardia by chlorine, ozone, chlorine dioxide and chloramines
- calculate Ct for any location in the treatment system
- optimize plant operation by allowing chemical addition points to be varied or by tank baffling
- estimate treated water quality for a proposed change in plant operation.
WatPro has a user-friendly interface that allows a schematic of the water treatment plant to be easily configured within minutes. Results can be viewed either on-screen, printed a user-formatted hard copy report or saved to electronic files for further processing.
WatPro treatment processes
- Flocculation tanks
- Settling tanks
- Membrane processes
- Granular activated carbon
- Contact chambers
- Clear wells
WatPro is a highly effective instructional and training tool
WatPro is so instructive and easy to use that it has been adopted as a teaching tool in university courses in Canada and England. It has also been accepted for use in a laboratory assignment in the forthcoming Laboratory Manual published by the Association of Environmental Engineering and Science Professors.