Delco Water’s qualified technicians and engineers support the installation and commissioning process of our water treatment units. This ensures they are installed correctly, promptly, and cost-effectively. By evaluating each system from start to end, correct training is put in place for optimal operation.


Delco Water employs qualified technicians to support installation of our water treatment units to ensure they are installed correctly, promptly, and cost-effectively.

When a unit arrives on site, we ensure it is placed into the correct position, and all the interconnecting pipework, electrical hookups, and supporting frameworks are installed properly and safely. Regular safety audits are a standard part of our installation process and our team adheres to all site safety procedures.

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The commissioning process is an important quality control step for the design, construction, and operation of any new or upgraded water treatment facility. On-site commissioning trips minimize risk and confirm the system will perform optimally, providing a structured platform to resolve issues effectively.

Delco Water offers customized plans based on specific project goals, client requirements, as well as the complexity of your project. The Commissioning Plan will provide an outline of each activity required for installation, commissioning, and operator training. During commissioning and start-up, our experienced team can detect and solve potential problems before they arise.
Effective training of operators is considered critical to the long-term performance of a new and upgraded water treatment plant. As part of the commissioning process, Delco Water technicians can provide hands-on training to the operators and other key personnel so they can effectively run the equipment and automation controls and troubleshoot if upset conditions occur. Once training is complete and the system is running, our team is available by telephone for day to day support and troubleshooting.