|Standard Containerized Models & Features
The container concept means - No building required:
We specialize in modularized low energy reverse osmosis seawater
desalination plants (SWRO-plants) with individual capacities up to
1,000m³/day ~ 264,000 GPD.
The SWRO-plants, including pretreatment, post treatment and CIP (clean-in-place)
facilities are assembled in 20-ft and 40-ft containers, wherefore no building is
New Energy Recovery System with 60% Energy Saving:
As a standard feature our SWRO plants are designed with the most up-to-date and
efficient energy recovery system “The Pressure Exchanger” PE, using less than 3.0
kWh/m³ or 11.4 kWh/k-gallons, which is a 60% energy reduction in comparison to a
conventional SWRO plant using 7.0 to 8.0 kWh/m³ ~ 26 to 30 kWh/k-gallons.
Remote control system for off-site monitoring and adjustments:
The plants can be operated remotely and by taking advantage of this function, no daily on-site operator is
required as all flows can be monitored and supervised, as
well as the plant will shut-down automatically should anything fail. The flows from the well pump, the booster
pump and the high-pressure pumps can be adjusted remotely by signals to the frequency converters. Water
temperature, salinity and pressure in different flows can likewise be monitored and historical data is saved for
printout graphs showing the plant operation at any given time.
In-line installed Centrifugal pumps for minimum maintenance:
Using multistage centrifugal high-pressure pumps and frequency converters from recognized international
manufacturing companies, with service centers world wide, and all seawater related pipelines manufactured
in high-quality 904L-stainless steel, only a minimum of maintenance is required.
Frequency converter for soft start operation & automation:
The high-pressure centrifugal pumps are controlled by frequency converters, which also provide soft start for
the plant and thereby prolong the lifetime of all vital items. The automatic start and stop function of the plant
is likewise controlled by the submersible well-pump and the sensors in the external holding tank.
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