Revolutionizing the Recovery of Brackish RO

 

Global water challenge

Increasing regulatory pressure, growing environmental awareness and more and larger membrane desalination plant are driving the need for better brine minimization – one of the greatest challenges currently facing the water treatment sector.

Conventional membrane separation systems, as a solution for sulphate removal from acid mine wastewater, have problems such as calcium sulphate scaling, and bio and organic fouling. This limit the maximum possible system recovery to approximately 75%, and even prevent their use in these applications.

In general, three major factors limit the recovery of any RO system:

  • Osmotic pressure
  • Chemistry of the feed water
  • Low brine flow through the membranes associated with high recovery

 

New Solution

MAXH2O DESALTER infographicsIDE Technologies Israel developed a new technology MaxH2O DESALTER overcomes these limitations, making it the perfect solution for the mining and power-water industry. The semi-batch RO system contains an integrated salt precipitation unit (Crystalactor) for continuous desaturation of RO brine. This innovative system overcomes variable change in the feed flow and composition, resulting very high recovery without reducing the membrane cross-flow.

 

Reasons to choose the MAXH2O DESALTER

  • Maximizing water reuse
  • Reduce brine treatment costs
  • Reducing environmental footprint

 

Applicable for you?

The MAXH2O DESALTER is applicable for RO brine and industrial effluents with high scaling tendency and low to moderate salinity (0.1 – 7.0 %w).

 

How does it work?

 

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