SWRO System 3000 GPD - Saudi Arabia

Product Description

Application: Cargo Ship

This is model SW-3.0K-304 from our SWC Series.

  • SWC series
  • Multi-Media Filtration
  • Produce 3,000 GPD

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: Other than packaging as much clean water on cargo ships, freshwater sources are virtually impossible to obtain in offshore applications due to their location out on sea. Crew members on these ships depend solely on containers filled with freshwater that is brought on deck before leaving the shore. The issue here becomes a lack of quantity in regards to the amount of freshwater being boarded for drinking and other purposes. Fortunately, these offshore applications occur on the ocean where there is nearly unlimited amounts of water to be used. However, seawater must be treated in order to be used for virtually any application, since it contains a very high concentration of salt, along with other impurities.



Applied Solution: Pure Aqua manufactured and supplied a Sea Water Reverse Osmosis System to a major company in Saudi Arabia at 3000 GPD.



From its initial start-up, the system has been running properly with minimal trouble-shooting. Industrial 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 take use of a popular process known as “reverse osmosis” to help in seawater purification.



SWRO System 3000 GPD - Saudi Arabia - Case Study [/custom-documents]

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  • 5
    This was the best system for our facility

    Posted by Paulino C. on Jan 29th 2020

    We needed 2 systems with high capacity for our manufacturing facilities. Thank you guys.

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