Oceanus Seafood, a land-based facility in Florida, uses innovative, environmentally conscious technologies to produce quality seafood. The company’s reverse osmosis (RO) desalination system uses John Guest fittings in order to help them produce superior fish. Designed by Sea-R.O., Inc., a Florida-based watermaker company, this RO system is able to be utilized with Oceanus' existing deep aquifer and simultaneously produce 10 gallons per minute (GPM) of both the required high-salinity process water and pure potable water.
According to Bill, owner of Sea-R.O., Inc., “all reverse osmosis systems use JG fittings in both the process water and potable water piping.” Due to the crucial need for pure potable water, Sea-R.O. trusts and relies on John Guest fittings while avoiding the use of solvent and cement-type PVC fittings. JG Speedfit fittings and valves ranging from 3/4” and 1” CTS sizes were all used in the assembly process.
Oceanus Seafood’s Tripletail is of the highest-quality fish species on the market. The ability to reuse, renew, and recycle all water and waste helps promote an eco-friendly reputation, while John Guest fittings provide them with a reliable, leak-proof connection.
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