Desalination

Desalination Technology | Membrane Treatment Plants

For all your membrane desalination & separation requirements, Waterform Technologies locally design and build packaged membrane treatment plants, using Nanofiltration (NF) and Reverse Osmosis (RO) technology, treating saline water and wastewater.

High recovery technology is a focus for us, reducing the brine waste stream volume to be disposed of, and increasing the efficiency of the desalination process.

Our membrane treatment plants are used to reduce or remove Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) in water. TDS is made up of salts and minerals such as sodium and chloride, that are harmful for the environment, make the water unsafe to drink and unsuitable for use in food and beverage processing factories, or for irrigation use.

A key advantage enjoyed by our clients is that once a plant is in operation, every part used on the plant is available locally and all membrane plants are supported by site technicians who combine the process knowledge with the practical ability to fix equipment.

We custom engineer high recovery desalination plants for:

* Potable water supplementation

* Irrigation water supplementation

* Process water improvements

* Brine concentration

* Drought proofing agriculture & processing sites

* Boiler and cooling tower water supply

* Wastewater recycling & reuse

Water we treat with membrane plants include:

* Bore water

* Seawater

* Surface water

* Wastewater

All plants are custom designed based on feed water analyses taken over a period of time, so there are no process shocks when commissioning time comes. We do not import ?one size fits all? package plants that need to be heavily modified to suit the application & environment, with weeks sometimes needed to source pump seals, monitoring equipment parts and more. Plants also may include suitable post-treatment to ensure the water is properly balanced to prevent downstream pipe corrosion issues.

Electrical Controls can include PLC units configured to communicate with external control systems and all plants are able to be fully remotely monitored and controlled.