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Escada system

DATE:  2017-09-12 09:38:01 AM

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In the video, a detailed explanation from Eng. Ahmed Jaber, Chairman and Managing Director of the Escada system

Definition of the SCADA system:

It is the remote monitoring and control system (SCADA), and this name consists of the first letters of the following sentence:

(Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition).

The remote monitoring and control system relies on collecting data using communication systems from sites and drinking water production plants for the purposes of monitoring and controlling operations.

The goal of the Escada system:

The remote control system aims to manage a group of drinking water production stations, which are not short distances away, through a single control center. This is done by collecting all the necessary data (operating conditions - measurements) and sent to the control and monitoring center, to be returned to the sites as orders to reset operations Operating from the measurements sent to the center.

The SCADA system mainly aims to:

Ensure that the company's water production plants operate without interruption, ie 24 hours a day.
Ensuring the quality of the produced drinking water according to the Egyptian standard specifications as well as the World Health Organization, before pumping it into the network. This is done through continuous monitoring and control over the course of 24 hours by the system.
Ensuring that the permitted levels of chlorine gas are present in the water before pumping it into the network (residual chlorine) as well as at the ends of the distribution network to ensure that no kind of pollutants reach consumers through the network, as an increase or decrease in the percentage of chlorine from the permissible limit poses a high risk to health This percentage varies from time to time according to the quality tests of raw water and the seasons of the year.
Ensure the limits of the permissible measurements for the acidity and alkalinity of the water, the percentage of conductivity, turbidity and oxygen, all of which are substances that must be measured and their percentage in the water accurately controlled.
Reducing water losses during the purification process inside water stations or through distribution networks.
Measurement and control of the quantities of filtered water produced over the course of 24 hours. Water production requires a measurement and control program that adapts to the different water consumption requirements over the course of 24 hours. It also varies throughout the year. Consumption in daylight hours differs from night hours, and it changes in the summer than in the summer. Winter and these operations require the development of operating and measuring programs that operate automatically through high measuring and control systems.
Starting and stopping water pumping pumps in line with the measured or required amounts of water to be pumped into the network.
Monitor pressures in water lines, especially in feeding networks, to reduce or prevent any explosions or leaks in these lines.
Calculating the cost of the production unit of water. This is done by using mathematical programs that link computers with measurement and calibration processes for the added quantities of chemicals and knowing the volume of raw water and pure water.
A detailed explanation by Mr. Eng. Ahmed Jaber, Chairman and Managing Director, of the definition of a system for the SCADA system

His Excellency explained that the Escada system monitors and controls the proportions of chlorine and semi-chlorine quantities, as the laboratories follow up on the incoming and outgoing water, the number of reservoirs, and the number of operating and idle turbines by explaining the screen of this procedure.

His Excellency reviewed one of the examples in one of the company's stations, showing the amount of semis, incoming and outgoing water, and pressure attached to the figures. He also reviewed the screen for the clean turbines in front of the swords entrance.