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In August of 2014, four media filters were manufactured for a major company in Chile. These identical systems each have a flow rate of twenty gallons per minute. The media filters are filled with green sand, a material that excels at filtering manganese and iron specifically. Designed with a sturdy fiberglass tank, these green sand filters are built to last, and will be a cost-effective solution for reducing the iron and manganese content in water for years to come.....more


A brackish reverse osmosis system was completed for a major company in Ghana. It is scheduled to ship in August of 2014. The reverse osmosis system is capable of producing nine thousand gallons per day of high quality product water from a well water feed of five thousand PPM total dissolved solids. It has a series of pretreatment steps before the reverse osmosis system. First, a chlorine injection system disinfects the water. Then, an activated carbon filter removes the present ch....more


A pair of seawater multimedia filters were completed for a major company in September of 2014. These identical systems filter open seawater at a rate of approximately fifty gallons per minute each. These filters are filled with sand, anthracite, and gravel, to remove general contaminants like silt, iron, and silica. The tanks are pretreated with a chlorine injection system, which disinfects the water of any biological contaminants. In order to de-chlorinate the intake water, it ne....more


In July of 2014, a reverse osmosis system was completed for a major company in Ecuador. Designed for a well water feed, it produces high-quality permeate at a rate of approximately three thousand gallons per day. Included in the system is a multimedia filter, which removes a general contaminants like mud, silt, clay, and silica, an activated carbon filter, which dramatically improves potability by removing organics and foul odors, tastes, and smells, a water softener, which exchan....more


Six skid mounted softeners were manufactured for a major company in Kuwait. They are scheduled to ship in September of 2014. There are three sets of two identical systems in this shipment, with each system having a flow rate of approximately twenty gallons per minute. The first pair of softeners are standard softeners, which exchange hardness in water for salt. The second pair are larger, and can exchange for a longer period of time before needing to recharge. The last two are twi....more