For the new planning of condenser purification plants and cooling water filters, extensive know-how, very good industry knowledge and high reliability are required. In particular, the correct design of the systems is a major challenge due to the long amortization period and the uncertain markets. Often, improper planning leads to unnecessary follow-up costs that can jeopardize the success of the company. In its long-standing company history, Pejoc GmbH has developed into a successful system supplier with a great deal of experience. Companies such as E.ON, Vattenfall and RWE have been relying on our planning expertise for years and are among our satisfied customers. We offer you a holistic service ranging from the analysis of the market through the planning and the initial design up to the implementation of the assembly. Since you get everything from a single source, unnecessary interfaces are no longer required. The project will be adapted to your needs from the outset in consultation with you. Pejoc GmbH sees itself as a partner to its customers. We strive for a lasting and trusting collaboration. Our experts will assist you during the entire project and will always be at your disposal if problems arise. The first step is to analyze your burden. On the basis of the load, which we gladly create together with you, we design an individual plan for your cleaning equipment. Our engineers pursue the goal of developing efficient overall solutions that are not only cost-effective but also low-maintenance and long-lasting. As an independent supplier, we can look back on the plants of various manufacturers and have a high degree of flexibility. Throughout the project, our satisfaction is our priority. After setting up a plant, we commission it, check it under real-time conditions and carry out the inspection together with our customer. Only after the training of your employees in the correct operation and maintenance of the new system is the final handover. Industrial plants have a lifespan of more than 30 years. Companies must respond flexibly to changing market requirements during this long period. Capacities due to existing restrictions can not always be adapted by new construction or dismantling. The modernization of old plants is an appropriate means of increasing the capacity or cost savings. For example, the modernization of old systems with relay control on a programmable logic controller (PLC) allows integration into a central control system. This allows it to be remotely controlled and maintained, which increases stability and reduces personnel requirements. Last but not least, the modernization of plants with new technology can extend their service life, which in turn leads to cost savings because the existing plant does not have to be replaced.