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Using seawater desalination to produce fresh water - sea water desalination project

  • Author:RKSfluid
  • Release on:2022-09-01
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Clean water is a precious resource endowed by nature to human beings, but with the continuous increase of human water consumption, this precious resource is constantly decreasing.
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Desalination is the use of seawater desalination to produce fresh water.
Seawater desalination is an open source and incremental technology to realize the utilization of water resources. It can increase the total amount of fresh water, and is not affected by time, space and climate. It can ensure the stable water supply for coastal residents and industrial boilers, such as drinking water.
Seawater desalination methods currently in use include seawater freezing, electrodialysis, distillation, reverse osmosis, and the profitable ammonium carbonate ion exchange method.

At present, the application of reverse osmosis membrane reverse osmosis method, with its advantages of simple equipment, easy maintenance and modular equipment rapidly occupy the market, gradually replace the distillation method, become the most widely used method.
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