Application: Oil Tankers
This is model SW-2.1K-204 from our SWC Series.
- SWRO system [SWC series]
- Flow Rate: 2,100 GPD
- Multimedia filter
- Antiscalant dosing systems
- Microprocessor control
- 42,000 PPM feed water TDS
- Low & high pressure switches
- Permeate TDS monitor
- Stainless steel high pressure piping
- Stainless steel throttling valve for reject stream
- Powder coated steel frame
- Heavy duty 5 micron cartridge prefilter
- Sea water resistant SS pump
- Glycerin-filled 316 SS pre filter pressure gauges
- Product & reject flow meters
- TFC spiral wound membranes
- FRP membrane housings
- 460V/3Ph/60Hz power supply
- Automatic feed shut off valve
The seawater reverse osmosis systems are mainly designed for the removal of enormous amounts of salt and other impurities from highly inconsumable water sources like the sea. These systems make use of a popular process known as “reverse osmosis” to help in seawater purification. The job of reverse osmosis is to defeat the osmotic pressure of a natural process called “osmosis”. Osmosis naturally pushes salt through a very fine membrane from an area with low saline concentration to an area with high saline concentration. The goal of osmosis is to gain an equal amount of saline concentration on both sides. To stop this natural process, reverse osmosis pushes osmosis in the opposite direction by using a high pressure pump that adds extreme pressure to the highly concentrated saline side of the membrane. The pressure pushes water molecules through the small pores of the membrane while rejecting salts and other impurities from flowing through. Clean, potable water successfully comes out on the permeate side while salt and other impurities are dumped into a drain from the concentrate side.
Water Challenges: Oil tankers depend on the ocean for their supply of freshwater due to being spending most of their operational time on offshore locations. However, since seawater contains extremely high amounts of salt and minerals, it is considered unsuitable to use for virtually any activity on oil tankers. Consequently, seawater reverse osmosis systems are incorporated on oil tankers in order to remove these unwanted contaminants from the water that is used for drinking and equipment functioning. Reverse osmosis is highly effective in providing a cost-effective solution and consistent production of high quality freshwater.
Applied Solution: This Sea Water Reverse Osmosis system was manufactured and supplied to a major company in Quebec, Canada. The system was designed for 2,100 GPD. From its initial start-up, the system has been running properly with minimal trouble-shooting.
- Low energy consumption
- Made in USA
- Premium quality components
- Quick to install
- Environmentally friendly
- Cost effective
- Fully supported
- High quality product water that meets the guidelines for Drinking Water Quality
SWRO System 2100 GPD - Canada - Case Study [/custom-documents]
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