A 4,000-gallon-per-day (GPD) sea water reverse osmosis (RO) plant is a medium-sized water treatment system that is designed to produce purified water from seawater. RO systems work by using a semipermeable membrane to remove ions, molecules, and larger particles from water, making it possible to purify seawater and other types of non-potable water. In a sea water RO plant, seawater is pumped through the RO membrane under pressure, and the purified water is collected on the other side. A 4,000 GPD sea water RO plant is suitable for use in a variety of applications, including on boats, yachts, and other marine vessels to provide a source of fresh drinking water while at sea, as well as in offshore oil rigs, military bases, and island communities, where access to fresh water is limited. It is likely to be a complex and sophisticated system, with a number of components, including pumps, filters, and a control panel, to ensure that it operates effectively and efficiently.
Water making : 4000 GPD
Flow rate 72 metre cube at 25 deg C
RO membrane-brand : CSM (8040 (400 ft sq) x1 pcs)
RO pressure vessel : FRP (8040x1pcs)
HI-pressure pump : 4 kW x 380V x 50 Hz (Brand : Grundfos, model CRI 5-29,
flow rate : 5T/hr, lift head : 165M)
Pre filter TK 7-20
Pure water flow meter and drain flow meter
Low pressure and high pressure valve
RO frame by stainless steel welding
All pressure display on main panel
High pressure SUS304
Low pressure pipe sch # 80 UPVC
Flush valve, feed valve and adjust valve.