ASPAC expertise covers structural engineering (concrete and steel), water and sewerage treatment process engineering, electromechanical engineering, hydromechanical engineering, power (MV-LV) distribution engineering, pumping systems engineering, water transport and distribution network engineering (including modelling and simulation), waste water collector and transport systems engineering, design of Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) and automation of equipment and systems.
Among other special engineering processes, ASPAC develops Electrochlorination systems - a cost-effective production of in-house chlorine to disinfect water by using salt, water and electricity.
With only kitchen salt, electricity and water, hypochlorite is produced cost-effectively in situ by the electrolysis of the salt water to disinfect water.
This process eliminates 99.9% of the pathogens in a safe manner while also ensuring ease of operation to the user.
Electrochlorination is cheap. In many countries, it is up to 50% cheaper than the classic disinfection with HTH (calcium hypochlorite) allowing for significant reduction of operation costs.