reverse osmosis desalination systems Equipment in Madagascar

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Seawater Desalination

by WATEC, Incorporated     based in San Antonio, TEXAS (USA)

Inferior positive-displacement pumps send pounding vibrations through reverse osmosis systems, gradually tearing them apart and causing a myriad of maintenance headaches for the owner. For this reason, and to avoid the constant maintenance and short lifetime of positive-displacement pumps, WATEC uses only top quality centrifugal pumps from ...

Seawater Desalination

by WATEC, Incorporated     based in San Antonio, TEXAS (USA)

Inferior positive-displacement pumps send pounding vibrations through reverse osmosis systems, gradually tearing them apart and causing a myriad of maintenance headaches for the owner. For this reason, and to avoid the constant maintenance and short lifetime of positive-displacement pumps, WATEC uses only top quality centrifugal pumps from ...

Desalination-Seawater

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.

Desalination

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.

Desalination

by Doosan Hydro Technology, Inc.     based in Tampa, FLORIDA (USA)

Doosan Hydro Technology is a total solutions provider for membrane based desalination systems.

Model NDX 200-1500 GPD - NDX 200, 500, 800, 1,200, 1,500 GPD Reverse Osmosis Seawater Desalination Systems

by LIFESTREAM Watersystems Inc.     based in Huntington Beach, CALIFORNIA (USA)

Direct Drive Systems - These high quality reverse osmosis watermakers produce superior water from seawater and brackish water. The basic design of these machines makes it uncomplicated to install, easy to operate while offering performance and durability at a value price. This equipment finds desalination application on land as well as in many ...

Reverse Osmosis

by Ecotech Hydro     based in Western Cape, SOUTH AFRICA

Pre-engineered and custom built systems for tap, brackish and salt water. Applications include bottling plants, brackish borehole and dam water, residential and office potable water, private islands, luxury yachts, oil rigs, and commercial shipping. We are importers and distributors for the world renowned Sea Recovery Corporation desalination ...

RWO - Seawater Reverse Osmosis Desalination System

by RWO GmbH Marine Water Technology     based in Bremen, GERMANY

Complete package, skid mounted systems for least amount of onboard installation work.All required capacities.Perfect water quality.Compact design.Easy to install and operate.Designed for automatic operation.Design accredited to European or American standards.Class certificates available

Qfx - Model SW 400 ES - High Flux Seawater Reverse Osmosis Element (SWRO)

by NanoH2O, Inc.     based in El Segundo, CALIFORNIA (USA)

NanoH2O's QuantumFlux ES membranes lower the cost of desalination by improving energy efficiency and productivity, offering the highest flux and salt rejection in their class. These high flux membranes are well suited for low temperature seawater and two-pass systems, making them ideal for the Caribbean and Latin America.

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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