This Seawater Reverse Osmosis system is heading to South America and designed to produce 12,000 gallons per day with feed TDS of 36,000 PPM. The process of this system begins with a chemical dosing system (pre & post chlorination/antiscalant injections) followed by multimedia filtration and then the seawater reverse osmosis system. The product will then be filtered through a second reverse osmosis system that is designed to produce 9,000 gallons per day. The double pass reverse osmosis system is placed in a container that is air conditioned and designed to treat seawater by including an additional brackish water reverse osmosis system for further filtration.
Pure Aqua builds seawater desalination and water makers systems mounted inside standard ISO containers 20′, 40′ or 45’ facilitating transportation. The containerized systems are shipped ready to produce high-quality potable water within days of delivery.
This system in particular included all required pre and post treatment, along with advanced microprocessor and other accessories to make the system complete.
Hydranautics SWC6-MAX membranes were used in this SWRO containerized plant.
The seawater RO treatment system was fitted in an ISO 20ft container with AC unit and all interconnecting piping and wiring.
The containerized SW reverse osmosis unit met all customer’s requirement and provided a fresh water to the end-user.
Application: Copper mine to reduce chloride
August: November 2012
Capacity: 12,000 GPD
- Low energy consumption
- Made in USA
- Premium quality components
- Quick to install
- Environmentally friendly
- Cost effective
- Fully supported
- High quality product water that meets the guidelines for Drinking Water Quality
Pure Aqua, Inc. designs and manufactures water treatment systems in addition to double pass seawater reverse osmosis systems. In November 2012, the double pass seawater reverse osmosis system was delivered to a major copper mine in Chile. The system came complete with pretreatments consisting of a prechlorination, a multimedia filter, dechlorination, and an antiscalant chemical dosing system. The SW- system was designed to produce 12,000 GPD at a maximum 36,000 PPM feed water TDS from which the product will feed another pass RO system with will produce 9,000 GPD. For more information click here: http://www.pureaqua.com/industrial-seawater-reverse-osmosis-desalination-systems/
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