Konstantinos Choulis Mechanical & Industrial Engineer Diplom Ingenieur (Dipl. – Ing.), M.Sc. in Engineering (equivalent), CEng (equivalent) Water Quality &Treatment and Process Development Consultant Specialization: Reverse Osmosis Desalination Co-FounderWater Quality &Treatment and Process Development Consultant, R&D, Sales Manager at MySpring Co.
MySpring Profile (2)• MySpring imports components and consumables (RO membranes, cartridge filters, bag-filters, resin filters, sand filters, HP pumps, control instruments, chemicals, metering pumps, pressure tanks, UltraViolet Lamps) from well-known suppliers all over the world (e.g. FilmTec Membranes, Philips UV Lamps, Grundfos Pumps).• Keeping big stock of a variety of component codes allows the company to design and assemble many types of domestic and commercial, compact, Reverse Osmosis Desalination Units.• The production line is customized. There is a tailor-made R&D, technical study and system simulation for each project. The company designs each system according to the water characteristics and the daily water quantity requirements of the client.
MySpring Profile (3)• Each time, the companys engineers prepare an individual technical study in order to face raw waters (municipal supply or private well-water) problems (hard/brackish water, heavy metals, chromium VI, arsenic, lead, zinc, mercury, high iron/manganese, nitrate, high chlorine, microbiological load etc.) and design a system that will produce safe, healthy and tasty permeate water (from both chemical and microbiological aspects).• The final quality of the water can be adjusted by the user according to his needs. Thats why there are a lot of control instruments on each RO machine. So, the use and maintenance of the unit is very friendly and easy for the owner.
MySpring Profile (4)MySpring Specialties:• Mechanical Engineer specialized in Water Quality &Treatment and RO Desalination,• Civil Engineer specialized in the Management and Cleaning of Aquatic Resources,• Chemist specialized in Water Chemical Analysis,• Electronic Engineer specialized in Automation.
Typical Project Procedure (1)First contact with clients via:• our national agent network (this network has been established, trained, maintained, expanded by my face-to-face discussions with dealers and technicians all over Greece)• participation in exhibitions• company website
Typical Project Procedure (2a)• Specifications Definition: We discuss (face-to-face or telephone or e- mail discussion) with the client to understand the specifications and the constraints of the project.
Typical Project Procedure (2b)The specifications include:• the kind/type of the raw water that is going to be treated (municipal network, private well, tank truck water etc.).• the average water quantity demands.• the target quality of the product (treated) water.• what the product water will be used for (potable, irrigation, lab use, industrial use, ice maker, coffee maker, laundry, dish washer, heater, boiler, bathing, cooking, steam oven, car wash etc.).
Typical Project Procedure (3)• On-Site inspection of the client’s facilities.• Chemical analysis of the raw water (in some cases there is microbiological analysis too).• Initial estimation of the final cost.
Typical Project Procedure (4)• Technical study preparation according to the results of the chemical analysis.• Analysis of the needed water treatment and the needed equipment to compose the final water treatment system.• Technical specifications report.
Typical Project Procedure (5)• Design and Simulation of the system.• Project plan including financial and technical aspects and timeline delivery. End feasibility analysis.• Proposal of the bid.
Typical Project Procedure (6)• Purchase of the needed components from different suppliers (some basic components are always in stock).• Manufacturing of the central water treatment machine (reverse osmosis device) and assembling of the total water treatment system (tanks, pumps, pretreatment and post- treatment equipment).
Typical Project Procedure (7)• Testing of the system operation at our facilities.• Installation of the system at the client’s facilities.• Adjustments (flows, pressures, etc.) and training of the client so that he is able to handle the system on his own.
Typical Project Procedure (8)• Quality test at the end of the installation to verify that the whole system is working properly. Chemical analysis and evaluation of the final product water (in some cases there is microbiological analysis too).