Automation systems for the highest water quality
In the future, the management of global drinking water supplies will be more challenging than ever due to various influencing factors. As a result of climate change, severe weather and droughts affect numerous regions of the world more severely than was the case in the past. Access to clean water is not a given for everyone. Increasing water contamination hinders the provision of this scarce resource.
As part of our responsibility for natural water resources, Phoenix Contact is realizing drinking water projects and modernizes existing plants with integrated automation systems. From water treatment and water distribution, to cloud-based process optimization, we ensure a reliable and sustainable water supply.
Your application determines the solution
The processes and procedures in drinking water treatment are very diverse – from water extraction and water treatment to water distribution. Accordingly, we will work with you to develop solutions for your specific application. Based on innovative and open systems, we provide scalable concepts that can be extended and adapted easily. Our comprehensive technology and product portfolio for monitoring and control creates supply reliability with consistent water quality, and makes processes more efficient.
Ready-to-use solutions for drinking water supply
With our industry know-how, many years of experience, and by taking into account specific requirements, we create preconfigured control cabinet and software solutions that ensure high efficiency and sustainability. See for yourself.
- Easy planning, configuration, and realization with ready-to-use hardware and software solutions
- A broad range of communication solutions and remote control technology
- Reliable data communication with flexible data acquisition and evaluation
- Holistic and deeply integrated security concepts
- Safety concepts with integrated technology such as PROFIsafe
Why our drinking water supply customers choose Phoenix Contact
The water supply for 3 million people in the German state of Baden-Württemberg and a network of 770 kilometers of pipelines require the individual systems involved to communicate with each other. In a large modernization project with the regional water supply association, the water supply system was equipped with controllers from Phoenix Contact.