Reduction In Capital Cost And Operating Cost Of Containerized SWRO Systems Through Proper Selection Of High-Pressure Pumps And Energy Recovery Devices
Source: Fluid Equipment Development Company (FEDCO)
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.
This white paper describes the preferred features of a containerized high-pressure pump (HPP) and energy recovery device (ERD), as well as a new means to significantly increase the capacity of any given size of containerized RO systems.
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