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desalination facility Applications

  • Desalination Thermal Multi Stage Flash Technology (MSF)

    Aquatech MSF ( Multi Stage Flash) Desalination technology was developed more than fifty years ago, and were some of the first to install large size MSF equipment plants in Saudi Arabia, a key market in desalination. With our depth of technological expertise and experience in operating plants, we are positioned to offer the best support in design optimization and rehabilitation of existing facilities. Uses low pressure steam as heat source Highly reliable, and simple to operate & maintain Simpler supply water pretreatment Minimum down time so, higher availability factor High purity product water Provides thermal energy efficiency similar to the MED process Operates at a top brine temperature <110 °C to minimize scaling and to prevent corrosion

    By Aquatech International Corporation based in Canonsburg, PENNSYLVANIA (USA).

  • Sea Water Intakes & Outfalls

    Desalinated sea water is a major water source for many countries. These facilities are often built with power generation plant and a major factor for all installations is reliability. This reliability starts with the sea water intake and regardless of the desalination technology (MSF, MED, RO) unplanned plant shut downs due to the ingress of hydrocarbons or a sudden jelly fish attack are absolutely unacceptable. The DESMI Oil Spill Response segment have many years experience in the design, manufacture, installation and commissioning of permanent oil boom and jelly fish net systems for a vast range of sea water intake systems. We have an impressive history of proven oil spill technology at various locations around the world including the harsh Middle East environment.

    By DESMI A/S based in Noerresundby, DENMARK.

  • Water treatment research for pulp and paper industry

    Historically the pulp and paper industry has had little need for desalination and reuse – not least because the majority of production is located near water sources. Four things are changing this state of affairs: The move towards recycling means that production in mills located in “urban forest” areas is rising. These facilities face higher water costs than green forest located mills, and have a greater interest in water efficiency. The fastest growing market for pulp and paper is in China, where raw water sources are both limited and impaired, and water technologies which can address these challenges are at a premium.

    By Global Water Intelligence (GWI) based in Oxford, UNITED KINGDOM.

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