Commercial Seawater RO Systems

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SWC Series reverse osmosis systems are available with capacities ranging from 380 gal per day to 7,600 gpd and maximum feedwater total dissolved solids of 42,000 parts per million. Pure Aqua offers standard SWC Series units as well as customizable systems to fit your water application needs. Whether it's for your luxury yacht, cruise liner or five-star resort on the beach, Pure Aqua has the right commercial seawater reverse osmosis system for your project.

RO Systems

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X2 RO systems are engineered to produce high-purity water by reducing dissolved minerals, bacteria and organic impurities with product water outputs from 57,600 to 468,000 gpd. The systems are ideal for customers seeking efficient water treatment solutions for drinking water, cooling towers, boiler feed, food processing, bottling, agriculture and a variety of other applications.

RO System

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The PuroPro1200 RO system is designed for applications requiring a green solution with a small footprint, low energy requirement, high TDS rejection and ease of service. The system treats 1,200 gpd at 50-psi feedwater pressure, eliminating the need for a feedwater pump. It can be installed with sumps mounted vertically or horizontally, and is ready to go right out of the box. The system can operate with either captive or atmospheric RO water storage applications.
 

RO Systems

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S3-Series Sea Water Systems are offered in a free standing or modular design and come pre-plumbed, wired and assembled, with capacities ranging from 600 to 2,200 gpd. They come equipped with premium components, such as a 316L stainless steel plunger pump, an S150 programmable computer controller, FRP composite membrane housings and Filmtec SW30 RO membrane elements for longevity and exceptional water quality.

Drought Solutions From Down Under

The U.S. is currently experiencing its worst drought in 56 years. Many cities and regions are enduring unprecedented water restrictions and unfortunately, it looks like there is no end in sight.

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Sydney highrise implements innovative blackwater reuse system

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Mark Meredith is product manager, Aquacell, for Phoenix Process Equipment Co. Meredith can be reached at markm@aquacell.us or 502.751.2263.

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November 13, 2012
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November 13, 2012
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RO System Lowers Energy Requirements for Manufacturing Plant

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October 8, 2012
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New RO system and ultra-low-energy membranes keep plant running smoothly and efficiently during cold winter months

The Situation

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NanoH2O Named in the 2012 Global Cleantech 100

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The Global Cleantech 100 list highlights the promise of private clean technology companies from all around the world

NanoH2O Inc., manufacturer of reverse osmosis (RO) membranes for seawater desalination, announced it has been named to the Global Cleantech 100 for the fourth year in a row. The list is produced by the Cleantech Group, a global research and advisory firm focused on innovation in energy and the environment.

Publication Date: 
October 3, 2012

Ultra-Low-Energy Membranes

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Axeon HF5-Series membranes are the industry's only ultra-low-energy commercial membranes featuring a low nominal operating pressure of 80 psi. They offer production rates up to 2,500 gpd with 98.5% salt rejection for improved system performance. The membranes offer a wider range in pressure to compensate from the loss of flow from cold water temperatures. In addition, they are ideal for tap and brackish water applications and offer higher efficiency levels, thus reducing energy costs by up to 23%. All of Axeon's membranes are manufactured in the U.S.

Ultrafiltration System

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This point-of-use, five-stage ultrafiltration (UF) system for residential applications produces cold filtered water with less water waste and lower operational costs compared to typical reverse osmosis systems. The UF system eliminates viruses, bacteria, benzene, chlorine, Cryptosporidium, pesticides and rust. It also reduces algae, chloride, copper, lead and mercury, and leaves healthy minerals in the water.
 

Providing Water Purity

Water purity issues in developing nations and third-world countries populate the news, but pure drinking water can be just as difficult to achieve in developed countries. In the U.S., significant amounts of tap and well water are not fit for drinking due to heavy industrial and environmental pollution that result in water contamination. Even low-level exposure to some contaminants can cause illness, including liver damage, cancer and other serious ailments.

Keeping Treatment on Track

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Combination of treatment methods results in purest drinking water

About The Author: 

Yves Stefani is global market leader, habitat, Process Systems Div., for Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics. Stefani can be reached at yves.stefani@saint-gobain.com or +33.0.1.46.45.38.35.

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September 10, 2012
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September 10, 2012
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