The seawater desalination plant is manufactured to eliminate a large amount of salts and other minerals from sea water using a method called reverse osmosis. The method of reverse osmosis consists of employing a high pressure pump to add high pressure to salty water, forcing it through semi-porous membranes and denying salts and other organics from flowing through. The ocean’s specific TDS and its temperature indicate the amount of pressure that needs to be added. The membranes are only tasked to remove dissolved solids while dividing the feed water into purified water and rejected concentrated salts. The salts and other organics are thrown into the brine stream then flushed into a drain. At last, we get purified water that has 99% less dissolved salts. This seawater desalination plant has the power to purify water with extremely high TDS.
Seawater reverse osmosis plants are scalable from Yachts to Municipalities. These systems should be manufactured with a proper process design, and it is important to choose the correct construction materials to handle seawater which is highly corrosive. We use materials such as SS316L. Choosing the proper construction material guarantees a longer operating life and less maintenance. We supply a full range of commercial and industrial seawater desalination plants, customized to the end user’s specific requirements.
Our water treatment system features advanced and high rejection Reverse Osmosis (RO) technology. Our designs are state-of-the-art, with optimized efficiency, reliability, yield quality, and overall low cost per unit of water.
Main Components of Seawater Desalination Plant
1. Pretreatment Equipments (Pump+PAC Dosing+Multi-Media Filter+Active Carbon Filter+Back Flushing+Antiscalant)
2. RO Skid (Cartridge Filter+HP Pump+RO Membrane+RO Vessels+Energy Recovery System+Chasis+Pipes and Valves)
3. Flushing & Cleaning System
4. Automatic Control System
Applications of Seawater Desalination Plant
We can supply reverse osmosis plants with various capacity which can be used for boats, yachts, and many areas where do not have potable water, like island.