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Press Release Date: August 26, 2020 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: The Desalination Technology Research Institute of SWCC (DTRI) has recently developed a state-of-the-art brine concentration/Zero Liquid
We are excited to announce that the Multi Stage Multi Turbocharger (MSMT) seawater reverse osmosis plant in Rancho San Lucas, Mexico has been shortlisted as a Desalination Plant of the Year for the Global Water Awards.
There is no standard definition of efficiency for energy recovery devices. Each supplier is free to create their own definition that (nor surprisingly) often favor their particular technology.
Installation of seawater reverse osmosis (SWRO) systems in shipping containers is a widely practiced method to achieve rapid deployment in remote areas and/or to reduce CAPEX by performing final assembly and testing of the system in a shop environment. Such “plug-and-play” systems allow the customer to obtain quick water production with minimal on-site preparation and commissioning time.
Reverse Osmosis (RO) systems are widely accepted on offshore platform and vessels. These marine applications require compact size, good efficiency and low weight and the utmost in reliability as a failure can result in large economic losses.
Turbochargers have come to dominate small and medium SWRO brine energy recovery applications by virtue of low CAPEX, easy operation and very good energy recovery efficiency.