Traditionally water systems have been perceived largely as a capital expense. With time, as plants get older, operating expenses tend to increase due to growing maintenance costs, upgrades, replacement of spares and changing water recoveries. However, this is not the only cost that impacts a water system. In the mid to long-term, the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) of a water system –
including indirect costs and business impact costs – rise by many multiples due to factors like regulatory non-compliance, unplanned downtime, source water challenges, unavailability of spares, skill shortages and volume inconsistencies. Issues like non-compliance and plant downtime lead to distribution pressures, with a massive impact on revenue, profitability and market credibility.
CN Water takes a holistic view of the water system operating cost, factoring every operating cost across the entire life cycle of the plant. It provides a range of programs and offerings tailored to make this happen – focused on the major cost heads
Some of the focus areas of lifecycle management are preventive maintenance programs, spares and consumables management, operations & maintenance services, training programs and engineering assessments.
With over 150 highly experienced lifecycle management professionals, CN Water has raised and successfully resolved more than 2,000 service requests, supporting over 350 plants nationwide.
Setting Up New Systems
Commissioning and Qualification
System Assessments and Audits
Water Quality and Compliance
Running Day to Day Operations
Troubleshooting and Problem Solving
Preventive and Proactive Maintenance
Service Request Management