SEA WATER REVERSE OSMOSIS

SWRO


FRESH WATER PRODUCED FROM DEEP COLD OCEAN


General: Sea Water Reverse Osmosis (SWRO) is a well known technology filtering the deep cold water of the oceans to produce fresh water, suitable for drinking, cooking, utilities, and agriculture.
The cold deep water is brought to shore using high capacity pumps, and then is pushed through layers of filters and membranes, to create the fresh water needed to support life on isolated communities. SWRO water can be fed by rejection of both OTEC & SWAC systems, and powered by the electricity generated by the OTEC system, if available.
Water is essential for life, BARDOT Ocean brings with its technology this vital resource to any communities in the world.
Principle: BARDOT Ocean’s SWRO technology uses pumps to bring in large volumes of deep cold water to feed the filtration system, that produces clean fresh water.
The intake water is pushed with high pressure to the SWRO systems, entering a first stage of filters, that will separate the water from sediments, sand & dirt. The water then goes through the heart of the system, the membrane. The pressure applied on the membrane allows separation of sea water and pure water. A third stage of carbon filters removes tastes & odors to deliver fresh clean water for consumption.
SRWO systems are modular, and can include different levels of filtration, to provide a customised quality of water.

 SWRO delivers fresh water, to ensure the best quality of life to worldwide communities.



Environmental Management will be main priority of the project.

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