De-Salination System

Generally De-Salination is done by the following process

  • Reverse osmosis
  • Thermal desalination
  • Electrodialysis

Beta Envirocare is able to offer optimised, tailor-made solutions for both the production of drinking water and industrial desalination using Reverse Osmosis technology. Reverse osmosis is a well-tried and tested technology for the production of desalinated water for use as both drinking and industrial process water.

Beta Envirocare   supplies Sea Water desalination RO plants in differing sizes for various types of raw water such as sea- and brackish water and industrial effluent. Major attention is paid to economic factors such as chemical consumption, energy recovery, membrane durability and process automation.

Desalination uses reverse osmosis technology to separate water molecules from seawater. Water from the ocean is forced through thousands of tightly-wrapped, semipermeable membranes under very high pressure. The membranes allow the smaller water molecules to pass through, leaving salt and other impurities behind.

Approximately 95% of the world’s available water reserves consist of seawater containing salt, which is therefore undrinkable. Many countries of the world are suffering from an acute water shortage. Accordingly, the desalination of sea water and brackish water has gained enormous importance and is now a technically and economically recognised method of obtaining clean drinking water and fresh water for industrial operations.