desalination plants Equipment in Haiti

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by Komax Systems, Inc.     based in Huntington Beach, CALIFORNIA (USA)

Black & Veatch Engineering Company selected Komax Systems large diameter filament wound fiberglass static mixers for injecting and mixing chemicals into the seawater pipelines. Komax engineers also designed an all fiberglass open channel static mixer for chemical mixing.

Horizontal Filters For Desalination

by Poltank     based in Girona, SPAIN

Horizontal filters specially designed for desalination plants with isophtalic resin internal barrier and GRP bobbin wound external reinforcement. Design of collector system, diameter, lenght, and connections according to customer requirements.

Sea Water Desalination

by Canadian Clear     based in San Antonio, TEXAS (USA)

The world has total of 1.65 billion km3 of water. However, only 0.3 of the total quantity is theoretically useable as fresh water and only 10% of the quantity, that 0.03% is capable of economical utilization. Canadian Clear has driven its R&D to build water treatment plants for sea water desalination with its in? house high efficient maximum ...

Thermal Desalination – Mechanical Vapour Compression (MVC) Solutions for Seawater

by IDE Technologies     based in Kadima, ISRAEL

IDE’s self-contained MVC unit is a reliable, cost-effective desalination solution for refineries, process industries, power stations and remote development sites – perfect for when electricity is the only source of power. Dozens of enterprises with a critical need for stable and reliable sources of process and boiler feed water have ...

Thermal Desalination – Multi-Effect-Distillation (MED) Solutions for Seawater

by IDE Technologies     based in Kadima, ISRAEL

IDE’s MED units are the industry’s most reliable, robust and cost-efficient seawater desalination solutions. With capacities ranging from 600 to 25,000 m3/day per unit, the MED units produce a reliable, low-cost stream of high purity water for power plants and industries that can provide low-grade steam as an energy source. IDE ...


by Biwater     based in Dorking, UNITED KINGDOM

We have over four decades experience in designing, procuring, manufacturing and constructing various types of membrane systems using microfiltration, ultrafiltration, nanofiltration or reverse osmosis to treat seawater, brackish water and municipal wastewater.

Water Desalination Plant

by AquaTreat     based in Amman, JORDAN

AQUATREAT offers complete treatment plants using membrane systems providing consulting, design, engineering, market research, laboratory testing, pilot plant testing, and training for desalination plants. AQUATREAT's Membrane Based plants use quality components for systems reliability, precision engineering for performance and are simple to ...

Desalination Plants

by Hitachi Zosen Corporation     based in Tokyo, JAPAN

A natural water cycle occurs on the earth's surface whereby seawater is evaporated by solar energy and turned into rain to make rivers, which return the water to the sea. There are areas, however, where it is difficult for this water cycle to occur and inhabitants suffer continually from a shortage of fresh water; for example the Middle East, ...

Membrane Desalination (RO) System

by IDE Technologies     based in Kadima, ISRAEL

Municipalities, power, oil & gas, mining, resorts and many other industries need clean desalinated water for a huge variety of domestic, industrial and agricultural uses. IDE helps customers in these industries to solve their water challenges by listening first and then using the technological excellence and know-how that has been accumulated ...

Sea Water Desalination System

by Shivsu Canadian Clear     based in Chicago, ILLINOIS (USA)

Water is a source of life but the world has a total of 1.65 billion km3 of Water. However, only 0.3% of this total quantity is theoretically usable as a fresh water, and only 10% of that i.e. 0.03% of the world’s water is capable of economical utilization. In the environment report ‘Global 2000’ the following comments occur: ...

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