Posts Tagged ‘sea water reverse osmosis’

Antiscalants

Antiscalants ; Antiscalant Treatment Chemicals – Pure Aqua’s extensive range of advanced technology antiscalants and antiscalant water treatment chemicals have been developed to manage the problems associated with hard water, specifically hardness salts and the formation of scale across a wide range of commercial, industrial and process environments.

Pure Aqua’s specialist anti-scalants offer superior quality performance characteristics over a range of applications. For further information about our specialist products please select the product title to review additional descriptions, specification details and MSDS ‘s.

The Antiscalant  chemical from Pure Aqua is designed to eliminate scale and reduce fouling in membrane systems, regardless of the feed water source.

Successful membrane cleaning relies on both the effectiveness of the cleaning compounds and the design and operation of the cleaning equipment. Pure Aqua can offer suggestions on cleaning system design and cleaning procedures to ensure the most effective results.

Water Purification Systems

Pure Aqua Water Treatment Plants

Water Treatment Plants
Pure Aqua custom engineers complete integrated water treatments plants from raw water intake to product water distribution and building specifications. Applications include brackish and surface water treatment and seawater desalination for industrial or drinking water uses.

Included in a Budgetary Quote:

Process and Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID)
General Footprint
Engineering documentation

Pure Aqua’s scope of supply is defined by battery limits, plants consist of modular water treatment skids equipped with their necessary components. These skid-mounted systems allow for easy installation and maintenance.

Delivered Projects Include:

General Arrangement 3D drawings of all systems
General Layout 3D drawings of plant with interconnecting piping
Plant and system layouts in 2D CAD
Electrical drawings
Building specifications and loads
Commissioning
Personnel Training
Technical handbooks
Installation / Operation / Maintenance manuals

Your projects are supervised by Pure Aqua process engineers with relevant field experience throughout project development.

Water Purification Systems

Commercial Desalination SWC Series

Standard Features
Pure Aqua, Inc. manufactures a full line of seawater desalinators designed for heavy or continuous duty service in marine applications where quality and dependable performance are key. Our SWC series is available with capacities ranging from 380 GPD to 7,600 GPD.
* 5 micron prefilter
* Premium quality corrosion resistant high pressure pump with motor protected by a precision engineered “pulsation-dampener” on 7.5 hp and higher models
* High quality, glycerin filled 316 SS pressure gauges
* Product & Reject flow meters
* Epoxy coated steel frame
* TFC spiral wound membranes
* FRP membrane housing
* 220V or 460/3Ph/60Hz
* Stainless steel pressure regulating valve, for reject stream
* High pressure tubing
* Automatic feed water shut off valve
* Easy access control panel

Reverse Osmosis Systems

Commercial Seawater Reverse Osmosis SWC Series

Standard Features
Pure Aqua, Inc. manufactures a full line of seawater desalinators designed for heavy or continuous duty service in marine applications where quality and dependable performance are key. Our SWC series is available with capacities ranging from 380 GPD to 7,600 GPD.

* 5 micron prefilter
* Premium quality corrosion resistant high pressure pump with motor protected by a precision engineered “pulsation-dampener” on 7.5 hp and higher models
* High quality, glycerin filled 316 SS pressure gauges
* Product & Reject flow meters
* Epoxy coated steel frame
* TFC spiral wound membranes
* FRP membrane housing
* 220V or 460/3Ph/60Hz
* Stainless steel pressure regulating valve, for reject stream
* High pressure tubing
* Automatic feed water shut off valve
* Easy access control panel

Reverse Osmosis Systems

World’s Best Whole-House Water Purification System

Many of us don’t want to spare any expense when it comes to our drinking supply, especially if our whole family is drawing from the same water. Though government organizations like the Environmental Protection Agency dictate acceptable levels of city water contamination and turbidity, we’ve all tasted water in certain cities and can actually taste that it’s different then what we’re used to. For those who don’t want to taste anything in their water and ingest impurities of any kind, harmful or not, it’s worth searching for the worlds best whole-house water purification system.

Water treatment equipment

Whole-House Advantage
Tons of advancements have been made recently in filtration technology. Though jug water services are available, they only address our drinking water. Well we drink from our faucets all the time when brushing our teeth, and water is absorbed in our skin every time we bathe or shower. Plus, water jug services or bottled water can lead to pollution because of the plastic bottles they’re served in. The world’s best whole-house water purification systems address all of these issues, utilizing several different filters and attaching directly to your main water supply, purifying liquid throughout your home, whether it goes to your shower, appliances, or your faucet.

Whole-House Filters
The World’s best whole-house water purification systems will utilize a variety of filter layers in order to get maximum water purity for your home. Reverse osmosis filters and carbon filters are popular types of layers and are used in industrial applications as well, removing 99% of liquid impurities.Read More.

Reverse Osmosis Systems

Tips For Choosing a Water Filtration System

Water is life and one cannot ignore the importance of pure drinking water. If you are planning to buy water filtration system then following tips will help you in making the right selection.

Assess your needs

Your drinking needs will take preference during the selection process. What is the total use of water in your house and how many people live in your dwelling? This question needs to be answered before you purchase filtration plant shopping. If you have an average family size of four then a small filtration system will be more than enough for you. If you have many people living in your house or if you are looking for a combined filtration then you will need a large filtration plant.

This basic assessment of needs will enable you to make a plan about the system that you want to install in your house. You can always use the internet resources to find detailed information in this regard. This will also help you in understanding the filtration process and find information on major water pollutants and other substances and organism that can threaten your life.

Identification of system

You can also identify the system that you want to install in your house. If you want a simple and effective purification procedure then reverse osmosis water filtration system will be the best for you. You can also opt for other filtration systems as there are many varieties available and almost all of them provide ample purification.

The next step will be of budget allocation as you will have to keep checks on the total money that you can spend on the purchase.

Budget

Budget plays an important role in deciding about the system that you can install in your house. Many people prefer reverse osmosis water filtration system because it is cheap and it provides ample purification. Others opt for more expensive systems that come with price tags of hundreds and in some cases thousands of dollars.Read More.

Reverse Osmosis Systems

Ozone water treatment solutions

Standard Features :
Pure Aqua, Inc. designs and assemble complete ozone generators and ozone water treatment systems for commercial, residential and industrial water treatment purposes. Applications range from treating swimming pool water to food processing water and bottling applications.
Ozonation
Ozone is a strong oxidizer and can be particularly effective for water and waste water treatment with less than 1% organic content. It is sometimes used as a pretreatment method, or to disinfect wastewater after biological treatment. It oxidizes a wide range of organics, can destroy cyanide wastes and phenolic compounds, and is faster acting than alkaline chlorination. And, unlike chlorine, ozone doesn’t generate toxic ions in the oxidation process.

Ozone is the triatomic form of oxygen formed naturally during lightning strikes and anytime an electric arc is formed. It is a very unstable compound and must be produced at the same time it is needed, usually by ultraviolet excitation and corona discharge. It isn’t effective in treating slurries, sludges, solids, organic solvents, or tars.

Before use, consider the possibility that ozone will oxidize other stream components that didn’t need treatment. Excess ozone, (that is, ozone not consumed in the reaction) must be catalytically decomposed since release isn’t permitted
Ozone Water Treatment Systems
Ozonation has recently gained popularity as a treatment alternative in the United States after regulatory agencies placed restrictions on the disinfection by-products, especially levels of tri-halomethane (THM).

Ozonation is an established and proven disinfection alternative as well as a peroxidant for the control of THM precursors. It also has the benefits of:

* Oxidation and volatilization of organics
* Control of algae and associated compounds
* Destabilization (microflocculation) of certain types of turbidity
* Removal of color-causing compounds
* Oxidation of iron and manganese
* Very short disinfection times
* Partial oxidation of organics for subsequent removal by microorganisms.

Ozone Generator Selection
Ozone is generated by passing a high voltage alternating current (6-20 kV) across a dielectric discharge gap through which oxygen gas is injected. Setting aside the sales pitches from manufacturers, most practical generators are either low (50-60 Hz) or medium (200-1000 Hz) frequency. Medium frequency generators are generally considered better performers. It is often helpful to contact Pure Aqua in similar applications to finalize the selection of an ozone generator.

Reverse Osmosis Systems