Non-Revenue water (NRW) Management
Our NRW solutions are able to detect water leakages in the delivery systems within 1-2 hours, thus improving our efficiency in managing and reducing NRW
Advance Pressure Management and Control (APMC)
An innovative system designed to adjust and control the pressure of water going into a District Metering Area. It is implemented to reduce the pressure of water without affecting service levels during off peak demand.
Geographic Information System (GIS)
It is essentially used as a system designed to analyse, evaluate and present all types of spatial or geographical data in relation to our assets within the water supply industry.
Water Strategic Management and Analytical Resources Terminal (Aqua SMART) system is a web-based application developed as an operational tool to perform as data storage management plan for data capture, input, handling and monitoring of NRW assets’ field data. This system is implemented to link all the raw data collected and create reports at the click of a button. It is a simple and useful tool for NRW monitoring.
Water and wastewater treatment
We offer cost-effective solutions through our modular fit-to-need system. This design innovation enables our customers to increase the capacity and customise the water treatment plants to cater to their needs as and when needed
Dissolve Air Flotation (DAF)
A water treatment process that filters wastewaters through the removal of suspended substances such as oil or solids. Our clarifier/ filter is designed based on ‘zero velocity’ water distribution and recovery concept. Its main function is to produce high quality filtrated water at high flows whilst minimising the use of hydraulic turbulence.
Sequential Batch Reactor (SBR)
It is often described as an activated sludge process designed to operate under non-steady state conditions. There is a degree of flexibility associated with Sequential Batch Reactors as it carries out functions of equalisation aeration and sedimentation in a time sequence, as oppose to the conventional space sequence of continuous-flow systems.
The Gas-Fired Combined Cycle Power Plants are currently generating at full capacity of total 380MW, contributing 43% to the maximum load demand to the Sabah Grid
CCGT ( Combined Cycle Gas Turbine )
A power plant which uses both a gas and a steam turbine, to produce up to 50 percent more electricity from the same fuel, as oppose to a traditional simple-cycle plant. The excess heat produced from the gas turbine is then transmitted to the nearby steam turbine, which ultimately generates more electricity.