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AquaR2RO Sales Sheet

  • Posted On November 9, 2015
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Ultra-High Recovery Integrated Membrane Process
Aquatech’s AquaR2RO™ technology provides a robust and reliable integrated membrane process configured to achieve 2X reject TDS concentration compared to conventional RO systems. Applied to difficult to treat waters, AquaR2RO™ reduces the overall cost of ZLD or recycle/reuse systems.

LoWatt™ Membrane Desalination Data Sheet

  • Posted On November 3, 2015
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Aquatech’s LoWatt™ technology effectively addresses the two primary pain points of membrane desalination, biofouling and energy consumption. The LoWatt process couples robust pretreatment, an optimized Reverse Osmosis design, and a proprietary cleaning mechanism to deliver the lowest cost of desalinated fresh water.

Water and Wastes Digest: Evolution Through Design

  • Posted On October 23, 2015
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Water and Wastes Digest, July 7, 2015 — Aquatech recently had to focus on the goal of lowest TCO for its desalination plant in Visakhapatnam, India, where it entered into an agreement with Hinduja National Power to supply 12.5 million liters per day of desalinated water on a build-own-operate-transfer basis

D&WR: Aquatech Wins China Deal with Zero Liquid Discharge

D&WR, October 20, 2015 — Industrial and infrastructure water purification technology firm, Aquatech, has won a contract to provide water treatment with zero liquid discharge (ZLD) for a coal to liquid fuels (CTL) conversion project in China. The ZLD plant will recycle wastewater at more than 55 Ml/d discharged from a

“Basin Bits” features Aquatech Energy Services: Providing Sustainable, Cost-Effective Solutions for Oil Producers

June 2, 2015 — Aquatech Energy Services (AES) is known for providing sustainable, cost-effective solutions for oil and gas producers. The 2015 Spring issue of Basin Bits magazine focuses on Aquatech’s mobile, modular and fixed tools that help maximize resources for companies using its services and technology. Devesh Mittal, Vice President and

WaterWorld: Desalination Trends in the Oil and Gas Industry

WaterWorld, April 28, 2015 − Industrial desalination has come a long way in the last several years, particularly with respect to the field of oil and gas. Ongoing developments with innovative trends and technologies across the nation — both onshore and offshore — have brought large-scale improvements to the industry. Devesh

Use of Unique Fractional Electro De-Ionization (FEDI) in Power Plant Application

  • Posted On March 2, 2015
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International Water Conference 2005
Abstract: In recent years use of EDI (Electro De-Ionization) has seen its acceptance diminish as part of Demineralization system at power plants. The paper will discuss the application of FEDI (Fractional Electro De- Ionization) in production of deionized water at two merchant power plants in Texas. The paper presents operating

An Alternative Technology for Coal Seam Gas Produced Water Treatment

  • Posted On March 1, 2015
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Previously published as part of The International Desalination Association (IDA) World Congress Proceedings, Perth-Australia 2011

Abstract: Evaporators in non-slurry evaporation service are typically Vertical Tube Falling Film design. These require large foundations and their height limit their ability to be installed inside buildings. An option is a Horizontal evaporator that would have low headroom

ZLD Solutions for the Treatment of FGD Wastewater

  • Posted On February 11, 2015
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International Water Conference 2007
Abstract: Many challenges exist in the treatment of the wastewater from the flue gas desulfurization (FGD) process. These challenges include high concentrations of calcium, magnesium, and chloride ions as well as large fluctuations in the FGD wastewater blowdown quantity and quality. Boron, ammonia and heavy metals are also typical impurities that must