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Our objective is to provide seamless design and drafting solutions under one roof. In the past, we have completed projects for process technologists catering to small to medium-sized plants, modular process skids, and onshore/offshore units serving our clients all across the globe and helping them achieve their EPC / End-client design requirements.


We provide computer-aided design analysis and 3D model and 2D drawing-drafting services for carrying out the design and detail engineering of all types of modular process skid packages including industrial plants and units.

Our analysis is based on relevant design codes and standards using licensed software tools We create the 3D model of all components including Equipment, Pumps, Piping, Control Valves, Structure Electrical, Instrumentation, and other auxiliaries to be mounted onto the modular skid package or inside the refinery/plant to ensure clash-free detection and maintenance accessibility. The Piping isometrics and skid frameworks are extracted from the 3D model.

At Technitas Pvt. Ltd. we ensure that our piping is well designed and safe for operation yet economically optimized, by carrying out Piping stress analysis and mark-up of pipe support on piping isometrics and point load structural analysis we ensure that there is seamless integration between piping and structural leads to ensure all loading combinations have been considered during Modular process skid design.

Structural analysis of the skid base-frame, top-frame, access platforms/ladders, and pipe supports are also performed by us considering live, dead, and occasional load combinations.

Lifting and transportation analysis are also performed after performing COG calculations.

Foundation design is typically limited to the location, quantity, and size of the anchor bolts.

Drawings are the language of the shop floor! – we truly believe our documentation and drawing layouts are clean and accurate to reduce revision cycle time during client review and to ensure that our drawings adequately incorporate the design details calculated by our design team to interface with the shop floor.

We also provide design support for Automation and controls to ensure the accurate functioning and monitoring of Modular skid-mounted packages. On behalf of our client, we prepare instrument and control valve datasheets and technical documents for RFQs (Request for Quotation) to obtain quotations from respective vendors.

We support our clientele during technical review stages to enable the proper selection of key vendors that adhere to client requirements and project needs. Over the years we have served various market segments including:

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A produced water treatment facility in the oil and gas industry is designed to treat and manage the water that is co-produced along with hydrocarbons (oil and gas) during production operations. This water, commonly referred to as produced water or formation water, can contain various contaminants, such as dissolved salts, suspended solids, oil and grease, and other organic and inorganic compounds. Proper treatment of produced water is essential for environmental protection, regulatory compliance, and potential reuse or disposal.

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The specific configuration and treatment processes employed in a produced water treatment facility depend on various factors, including the characteristics of the produced water, regulatory requirements, intended use or disposal method, and economic considerations. Proper treatment of produced water is crucial for minimizing environmental impacts, conserving water resources, and ensuring sustainable oil and gas production operations.


A typical produced water treatment facility in the oil and gas industry may include the following components and processes:


  • Inlet facilities: These include equipment such as separators, flow control valves, and surge tanks to receive and regulate the incoming produced water stream from the production wells or gathering systems.

  • Primary treatment: This stage typically involves physical separation processes to remove free oil, solid particles, and larger suspended solids. Common methods include gravity separators, hydrocyclones, and corrugated plate interceptors.

  • Secondary treatment: Depending on the water quality requirements and intended use or disposal method, secondary treatment processes may be employed. These can include:

a. Dissolved gas removal (degassing)

b. Filtration (e.g., multimedia filters, cartridge filters)

c. Adsorption (e.g., activated carbon, organoclay)

d. Chemical treatment (e.g., coagulation, flocculation, oxidation)

e. Biological treatment (e.g., aerobic or anaerobic bioreactors for organic matter removal)

  • Tertiary treatment: In some cases, advanced treatment processes may be required to meet stringent discharge or reuse standards. These can include a. Membrane processes (e.g., reverse osmosis, nanofiltration) b. Ion exchange c. Thermal processes (e.g., evaporation, crystallization)

  • Disinfection: Disinfection processes, such as chlorination or ultraviolet (UV) radiation, may be employed to eliminate or reduce microbial contaminants in the treated water, especially if reuse is intended.

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  • Storage and disposal: Treated produced water may be stored in tanks or ponds for subsequent disposal, such as injection into disposal wells, discharge into surface water bodies (if permitted), or reuse for various purposes (e.g., Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR), hydraulic fracturing, irrigation, or industrial applications).

  • Residuals management: The facility includes systems for managing and disposing of solid and liquid residuals generated during the treatment processes, such as sludge, concentrated brines, or spent media.

  • Instrumentation and control systems: Automated control systems, monitoring equipment, and instrumentation are utilized to ensure efficient and reliable operation of the treatment processes.

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