WRI - Model AquaTex™ RO - Advanced Water Purification (AWP) Plant
From Municipal Products:
AquaTex™ RO is an advanced water purification (AWP) plant for treating and disinfecting feedwater to produce drinking water. Whether a resort, masterplanned community, military base, or municipality, AquaTex™ RO is compact, versatile, automated and affordable.
AquaTex RO uses a three-stage treatment process: prefiltration, reverse osmosis (RO), and ultraviolet treatment to completely disinfect the feedwater and generate potable water. The reclamation process begins by first collecting the feedwater and passing it through a 10-micron vibrating shaker screen and 5-micron tubular backwash filters for loose particle separation. The number of additional backwash filters is dependent on the size and content of the wastestream. The filtrate then flows through the RO membrane to reduce particles to a 0.0001 micron level. The final stage is complete disinfection in a ultraviolet chamber. After water passes through a reverse osmosis filter, it is essentially pure water. The treated water is suitable for human consumption.
Benefits derived from an AquaTex RO are numerous:
- Versatile advanced water purification plant
- Rugged modular skid-mounted stainless steel construction
- Fully automated with user-friendly color interface
- High-quality effluent to meet stringent standards
- Low operations and maintenance costs and
- Reduces environmental degradation.
WRI also offers Sustainable Community Utility Solutions (SUCS) in conjunction with energy partners such as Black & Veatch and Chevron Energy Solutions. A SCUS is a distributed water and power system that supplies water, sewer, and energy services to a community using the best available renewable technologies and processes. A community may be a municipality, business, industry, or military base. SUCS is the wave of the future in the utility service industry, and AquaTex Ultra and RO are two of WRI's renewable water solutions.
Every automated system that WRI manufactures comes equipped with a state-of-the-art control panel with the latest Allen Bradley PLC technology that offers user-friendly color touch screen programming, computer monitoring, and full reach-back capabilities to the corporate office. Whether wastewater streams are from gas wells, manufacturing plants, or cruise ships, WRI leads the industry in system automation technologies. At its manufacturing facility in Scottsdale, the Systems Automation Group builds control panels, installs wiring and electronic components, writes custom software, and prepares operating and training manuals for its clients.