Sea Water Treatment Plant



Sea water treatment plants are used to purify water and eliminate impurities from sea water. We can get sea water from two sources one is sea water open intake and another is sea water well.


To have the right and the most efficient sea water treatment system, you need to correctly analyze the sea water chemistry and to have a fundamental understanding of how the sea water system works.


Prior to choosing a treatment plant, the sea water has to be tested and analyzed for chemical contaminants, bacteria, bad tastes, odors and staining. It also needs to be tested for sulfate, chloride, sodium, magnesium, carbon, boron, strontium, fluoride...etc.


The most widely applied and commercially available technologies for sea water desalination can be divided in two types: membrane processes and thermal processes. For, choosing right treatment plant for sea water you also have to decide application of that treated water.


Due to its energy consumption, desalinating sea water is generally more costly than fresh water from rivers or groundwater, water recycling and water conservation. However, these alternatives are not always available and depletion of reserves is a critical problem worldwide.



Types of Sea Water Treatment Plants:



Sea Water Treatment By Sea Water Ro Plant

Reverse osmosis systems with pretreatment can remove wide spectrum of contaminants such as organic chemicals, chlorine, pesticides, herbicides, dissolved salts, lead, mercury, calcium, iron, asbestos, cysts...etc.


Cost Of Sea Water Treatment Systems

The cost of each system depends on so many factors:

- Water analysis.

- Application.

- Required flow rate.