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NEWater: Desalination Unit Manufacturing Leaders
At NEWater our mission is to reduce wastewater discharge and water waste while recycling water resources, and to achieve this NEWater brings to you, industry-standard high-quality Desalination Units. These include desalination devices to ocean desalination devices and even home mobile desalination devices. It has strong adaptability, a high purification rate, and reliable operation. We will improve your desalination capacity. For further inquiries, please contact us immediately!
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Your Desalination Units Supplier in China
Since its inception, NEWater has maintained the highest standards of production and manufacturing performance. 20 years of experience in the field of water treatment equipment manufacturing makes us professional enough for smart operation, simple maintenance, regular cleaning, and professional guidance. This is reflected in each of our projects, such as our various desalination units, mobile desalination units, and home desalination units, etc.
Our desalination units are used to treat different wastewater in a number of purification facilities around the globe. We guarantee that our desalination units are a qualified design with great attention to detail.
How to Choose Good Desalination Units?
1). High efficiency and high quality of water output
2). More than 98% desalination rate
3). 50%-75% recovery rate
4). Low operating cost
5). Realizability and stability
6). Low noise
7). Meet the international or enterprise related standards
Why Choose NEWater as Your Desalination Unit Supplier
NEWater has specialized in the water treatment industry for 20 years and has given thousands of targeted design solutions for surface water, well water, tap water, sea water, domestic wastewater, industrial wastewater, and other applications in various fields.
Because we have our own factory in China, all the desalination units you need can be found at NEWater at a low factory price, and they all come with a one-year warranty.
NEWater Mission：Bring New Life for Water
NEWater has an independent large-scale production workshop, which is convenient for the control and supervision of product production quality. Strictly abide by production standards and provide detailed guarantees for all projects.
NEWater establishes SOP standardized operation process and strictly implements the work process. The professional project installation team, implement 5S on-site management. Equipped with standard safety facilities, investigating access conditions, and short construction time.
The safe transportation process does not have to worry about product damage and extends the construction period. NEWater has provided system equipment to thousands of companies around the world, which guarantees absolute product transportation.
Desalination Units from NEWater
NEWater is an environmental protection brand enterprise with a 3A contract credit rating enterprise. Our Desalination Units have Industrial intelligent design, with great attention to detail, and is customizable. They are excellent desalination units, which essentially remove or take up mineral factors from saltish water.
The system works on the principle of first passing the water through pretreatment filtration, removing larger impurities,s and then utilizing the osmosis process by forcing the water through specialized membranes through pressure, resulting in it leaving behind impurities.
NEWater company’s production equipment and implementation projects have superior performance: energy saving and environmental protection, stable operation, and long service life. Making our Desalination Units exceptional, and standouts in the international market.
Complete and customizable desalination units are for sale and can be provided immediately. These include marine desalination units, water desalination units, and small desalination units among others.
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The Ultimate FAQ Guide for Desalination Unit.
It is projected that there are over 20,000 desalination units spread out around the world, generating approximately 100 million cubic meters per day of clean potable water. Contamination of freshwater sources and over-dependence is the reason desalination units are rising in demand.
NEWater has invested greatly in the development and modification of desalination units to supply the increasing industrial demand. Underneath, we attempt to tackle key queries regarding desalination units and their implications on the ecosystem.
- What is a Desalination Unit?
- Why is a Desalination Unit Important?
- What are the Different Types of Desalination Units?
- What are the Different Applications of Desalination Units?
- How Does a Desalination Unit Work?
- Is a Desalination Unit Cost-Effective?
- What are the Basic Components of a Desalination Unit?
- What Desalination Methods are Utilized in Desalination Units?
- What Impurities are Ejected by a Desalination Unit?
- Does a Desalination Unit Generate Water Suitable for Human Consumption?
- What is the Capacity of a Desalination Unit?
- Do You Manufacture Industrial Desalination Units?
- Do You Produce Commercial Desalination Units?
- What is the Quality of Water Generated by a Desalination Unit?
- Can a Desalination Unit Treat Well Water?
- Can a Desalination Unit Treat Seawater?
- What Powers a Desalination Unit?
- What Factors Should I Consider When Buying a Desalination Unit?
- Where Can I Buy The Best Desalination Unit?
- Do You Customize Desalination Units?
- Are there Mobile Desalination Units?
- What Action Should I Undertake When my Desalination Unit Malfunctions?
- Are Desalination Units Warranted?
- Do I Need to Test My Water Before Purchasing a Desalination Unit?
- Do You Ship Desalination Units Abroad?
- Do Desalination Units Require Certification?
- Where Can I Get Custom Repair Parts for a Desalination Unit?
- Do You Have a Minimum Order for Desalination Units?
- How Long Does it Take to Deliver my Desalination Unit?
- What other Desalination Products Do You Manufacture?
➣What is a Desalination Unit?
A desalination unit is a water treatment system used to desalt saline seawater, brackish water, and groundwater by alienating dissolved salts. Desalination units are pretty common in arid and semi-arid countries such as Saudi-Arabia where freshwater supplies are scarce. Desalting units exploit two desalination processes, membrane technology, and thermal processes to generate high-quality potable water.
Desalination units are available in different sizes and capacities to suit different scales of application. Smaller industries and communities can access customized desalination units perfect for small-scale applications at affordable rates. Similarly, large industries, municipalities, and commercial entities have a variety of choices to pick ideal desalination units from.
➣Why is a Desalination Unit Important?
It is literally impossible to downplay the significance of desalination units in reinforcing freshwater sources and creating a safer and hygienic ecosystem. In areas short of freshwater supplies, desalination units provide an alternative source of potable water. Additionally, desalination of wastewater from industries eradicates harmful bacteria and viruses thereby reducing the transmission of endemic diseases like cholera and typhoid.
By removing harmful contaminants and other chemicals from seawater, desalination units help preserve marine life. They are also pivotal in preventing corrosion of valuable equipment since they eradicate dissolved irons and other corrosive chemicals found in feed water. As freshwater sources steadily diminish, the significance of desalination units steadily rises.
➣What are the Different Types of Desalination Units?
Individuals, businesses, municipalities, and industries that utilize desalination units do so in different manners, scopes, and for different reasons. As such, NEWater manufactures different desalination units to exclusively suit the dissimilar demands of purchasers. Desalination units can be classed according to three distinct variables.
- Desalination processes are used, such as thermal or reverse osmosis desalination units.
- Nature and scale of application such as industrial or commercial desalination units.
- Feedwater treated such as seawater or brackish water desalination units.
Seawater Desalination Units.
NEWater manufactures specialized seawater desalination units solely responsible for removing dissolved salts, arsenic, metals, and microorganisms found in seawater. Our seawater desalination units are available in different volumes ranging from 8000 GPD to 660,000 GPD.
Brackish water desalination Units.
To effectively treat brackish water, NEWater produces customized and standard brackish water desalination units utilizing reverse osmosis technology. Our small brackish water desalination unit has a capacity range of 600 to 18000 GPD per day. For large commercial and industrial applications, our desalination units have capacities maxed at one million water gallons daily and a TDS rate of 5000.
➣What are the Different Applications of Desalination Units?
The versatility and adaptability of desalination units qualify their application in diverse domestic, industrial, and commercial functions. Their application ranges from treating wastewater to providing safe and clean water for human consumption. Underneath, we look at the various applications of desalination units.
- Generating high-quality water suitable for irrigation.
- Providing water for construction sites.
- Treating contaminated effluents from factories.
- Supplying water fit for human consumption.
- Supplying water to hotels and catering industries.
- Boat desalination
➣How Does a Desalination Unit Work?
We mentioned earlier that desalination units can be classified based on the desalination processes they utilize. The two most common desalination mechanisms deployed by desalination units are thermal desalination and reverse osmosis desalination.
Desalination units using reverse osmosis generally involve high-pressure pumps, filters, and semi-permeable membranes. The feedwater is first pre-treated using filters to remove big elements and debris that might clog the semi-permeable membrane. The remaining smaller elements such as dissolved salts are then separated from the water by the membranes resulting in safe and clean water. Depending on the PH levels and mineral concentration of your potable water, you can neutralize or re-mineralize in the post-treatment phase.
Thermal desalination is another way to desalt feed water. By heating the seawater, brackish water, or saline groundwater, evaporation is initiated. The water is gradually boiled in several stages at varying temperatures. Eventually, the water is condensed and later collected as fresh and pure water.
➣Is a Desalination Unit Cost-Effective?
Previously, the main hindrance to large-scale adoption of desalination units globally has been the purchasing and upkeep costs. Water treatment specialists have however developed technology such as energy-saving devices that have significantly made desalination a cost-effective water treatment solution.
Currently, the comprehensive cost of generating potable water using a desalination unit ranges between 0.45 dollars to 2.51 dollars/m3. These fees are a culmination of the initial purchasing price, maintenance costs, energy consumption, and water quality. In general, desalination units are steadily establishing themselves as a cost-effective water treatment solution. This has been evidenced by the growing adoption of desalination units by industries and municipal water suppliers.
➣What are the Basic Components of a Desalination Unit?
Based on the desalination technology in force, desalination units have different components. A reverse osmosis desalination plant, for instance, is founded on semi-permeable membranes while a thermal desalination unit is founded on thermal heat. The following are components of a RO desalination unit: pre-treatment chamber, sediment or carbon filters, perforated membrane, and a post-treatment chamber.
For durability, NEWater uses stainless steel to manufacture desalination units impervious to rust. Additional components of a desalination unit include storage tanks, pipes, and a control interface.
➣What Desalination Methods are Utilized in Desalination Units?
Reverse osmosis desalination.
Reverse osmosis is a water treatment technology that has been in operation for decades. Technological advancements have greatly elevated the efficiency and accuracy of reverse osmosis desalination making it the most used desalination method. RO desalination is technically reliant on membranes and filters to eradicate dissolved salts, unwanted gases, and microorganisms from feed water. The desalination rate of typical reverse osmosis desalination units is often over 99.3%.
Thermal desalination units are widely used in power generating facilities and refinement industries since it utilizes waste energy. The basic principle behind thermal-based desalination is evaporation and condensation. There are three classifications of thermal desalination:
- Mechanical vapor compression.
- Multi-effect distillation.
- Multi-stage flash distillation.
➣What Impurities are Ejected by a Desalination Unit?
Feedwater contains various contaminants, impurities, and unwanted gasses, which might be harmful to the human body if ingested and the ecosystem in general. The membranes in RO desalination units are estimated to have 0.0001 micron-sized perforations, which effectively eradicate protozoa, bacteria, dissolved salts, chemicals, and metal ions.
Similarly, thermal desalination units are highly efficient at removing organic chemicals such as arsenic, nitrate, and sodium, harmful microorganisms, and viruses such as Hepatitis A. The effectiveness of ejecting certain contaminants differs hence the need to test your feedwater before purchasing a desalination unit.
➣Does a Desalination Unit Generate Water Suitable for Human Consumption?
Yes. Desalinated water is free of harmful pollutants such as organic chemicals, disease-causing bacteria, and viruses, colloids, gasses, bad taste, and odor. Countries deprived of freshwater sources utilize desalination units to generate drinking water.
RO desalination units can be post-treated by regulating the concentration of calcium, magnesium, and sodium to mitigate dietary deficiencies. As a matter of fact, the World Health Organization has stipulated that desalinated drinking water should have 30 mg/L of calcium and 10 mg/L of magnesium.
➣What is the Capacity of a Desalination Unit?
For industrial applications, desalination units using thermal distillation are available in capacities ranging from 10-500 cubic meters per hour. RO desalination units on the other hand can support feed water with a TDS rate of up to 42,000 ppm. You also have a variety of capacity ranges to choose from given that we manufacture 8000 GPD to over 600,000GPD desalination units. Irrespective of the scale of your application, you find the right desalination unit at NEWater.
➣Do You Manufacture Industrial Desalination Units?
NEWater is a leading manufacturer of industrial desalination units in China and abroad. Desalination in industrial processes is paramount since untreated water can have adverse effects on the equipment and final product.
Our industrial desalination units are available in various dimensions and desalinate different forms of feed water. Below are some of NEWater’s industrial desalination units:
- Boiler feedwater desalination units.
- Wastewater desalination units.
- Raw water desalination units.
➣Do You Produce Commercial Desalination Units?
We are a comprehensive manufacturer of desalination units and our products are viable for use in different applications. Our commercial desalination units exploit various desalination technologies such as reverse osmosis and are equipped with different capacities. NEWater standard commercial desalination units have a minimum capacity range of 350 gallons and a maximum range of 15,000 gallons per day.
If your specifications are not catered for by our standard options, we customize commercial desalination units. Our commercial desalination units are mainly utilized by businesses, hotel and catering industries, car washes, and water bottling.
➣What is the Quality of Water Generated by a Desalination Unit?
Desalinated water is generally high-quality, clean, and freshwater. The condition of desalinated water differs depending on the remaining impurities. Additionally, the quality of water is contingent upon the application. Water can be suitable for irrigation but harmful if used for human consumption.
Depending on the desalination processes used, you can generate water exhibiting different qualities. To establish the quality of water generated by a desalination unit, you can measure the volume of total dissolved solids (TDS). For instance, desalinated water with a TDS level of 500 ppm is considered safe for human consumption.
➣Can a Desalination Unit Treat Well Water?
Groundwater derived from wells in coastal areas can have high salt concentration levels. Consequently, desalination is necessitated to turn such well water into safe potable water. According to research, we have established that desalinating well water via reverse osmosis is more cost-effective since there is less damage to the semi-permeable membranes. In some coastal regions, industries derive their feed water from aquifers and subsequently use desalination units to turn it into potable water.
➣Can a Desalination Unit Treat Seawater?
Seawater is the most common source of feed water for desalination units. Coastal city governments and industries are the biggest purchasers of desalination units. Through reverse osmosis and thermal distillation, desalination units are able to convert seawater into fresh, clean water suitable for various applications.
Our seawater desalination units are capable of handling feed water with high TDS levels of up to 42000ppm. NEWater manufactures seawater desalination units with different standard capacities for various applications. For large-scale applications, we customize the capacity range, flow rate, and energy consumption to the customer’s demands.
Reach out to NEWater for the best standard, customized, skid-mounted, or containerized seawater desalination unit.
➣What Powers a Desalination Unit?
Desalination units rely on electric energy to convert saline water into potable water. Highly saline water requires more energy and costs more to desalinate hence seawater desalination units are the most power-intensive desalination systems. It is approximated that reverse osmosis desalination units treating seawater have electricity bills accounting for 50 to 70% of the overall operational outlays.
To generate product water, RO desalination units consume approximately 3.5 to 4.5 kWh per cubic meter. Some desalination units also exploit green power, which greatly minimizes the amount of GHG emissions. Thermal desalination units especially for small applications can generate their power from solar energy.
➣What Factors Should I Consider When Buying a Desalination Unit?
Acquiring the right desalination unit will significantly impact your user experience and product water quality. To ensure you make the right selection, it is paramount that you first familiarize yourself with the various desalination units and their ideal working conditions. To aid your decision-making, you first need answers to the following questions.
What is the source of my feedwater?
Desalination units are customized to desalinate specific feed waters. By establishing the source of your feed water, you will reduce your search criteria to desalination units suitable for your respective feed water.
What is your desired capacity?
Depending on the scale of your imminent application, you will search for the ideal capacity range. Large-scale operations will demand higher capacities and vice versa. It is also vital that you determine the level of total dissolved solids present in your feed water.
What is your desired potable water quality?
Different desalination units will generate different qualities of potable water. If your intention is to produce ultra-pure water, you might need to supplement your RO desalination unit with ultra-filtration equipment.
➣Where Can I Buy The Best Desalination Unit?
This is a question most first-time purchasers grapple with. Scrutinizing various manufacturers and suppliers is fundamental to mitigating purchasing low-quality desalination units. NEWater has the experience and resources needed to manufacture comprehensive desalination units for various industrial applications.
Our desalination units are available in a wide range of standard dimensions and specifications. We also listen to your specifications and customize the equipment to match your stated design, capacity, and size. NEWater offers door-to-door shipping to over 200 global destinations. Visit our website, for more in-depth information on the range and quality of our desalination units.
➣Do You Customize Desalination Units?
NEWater understands that our clients have unique tastes and their intended applications may require certain specialized features. To supplement our standard desalination units, we manufacture custom orders.
Once you have communicated your unique specifications to our engineers, our design department uses three-dimensional design tools to sketch your desalination unit. You are then issued the blueprint and once you approve it, our engineers proceed to create your product. For specialized desalination units, simply contact our engineers.
➣Are there Mobile Desalination Units?
Yes. Portable desalination units are available in different designs and sizes. Substantially sized desalination units can be fitted on trucks for easier transportation. Most mobile desalination units are turnkey water treatment solutions. They are quite affordable, easy to set up, operate, and do maintain.
Prominent mobile desalination units include containerized units and skid-mounted units. They are highly suitable for emergency water desalination needs, construction sites, and mobile industries. You can reach out to NEWater for a mobile desalination unit.
➣What Action Should I Undertake When my Desalination Unit Malfunctions?
Malfunctions in NEWater desalination units is a rare yet possible occurrence. As a proactive manufacturer, we are always ready to help our clients resolve technical breakdowns. First and foremost, reach out to our customer support via firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also use other communication avenues provided on our website.
You will be prompted to state the type of your desalination unit, the nature of the malfunction, and other information related to the unit. Our technicians will then act upon the information you have provided and help resolve the defect.
➣Are Desalination Units Warranted?
Valuable assets such as desalination units demand warranty protection to cover for technical hitches that might be experienced in the subsequent months after purchase. All our desalination units are protected by a warranty policy for 12 months.
In this period, we offer free repairs and replacements to defective components if the malfunction is determined to be technical. You will be granted our warranty policy once you purchase a desalination unit and all necessary information shall be provided.
➣Do I Need to Test My Water Before Purchasing a Desalination Unit?
Feedwater testing is the only dependable way that will inform you of the TDS and PH levels prevalent in your feed water. After you have determined the pollutants present in your feed water, you will engage our engineers for technical aid in selecting an ideal desalination unit.
As an illustration, seawater has high salinity concentrations and testing informs you of the qualities your imminent desalination unit should have. Once you establish the type and concentration of pollutants in the feed water, you can select an ideal pre-treatment solution to prevent corrosion of machinery.
➣Do You Ship Desalination Units Abroad?
NEWater has a broad customer base located in over 200 countries evenly distributed across all continents. To ensure our international clients have access to our water treatment solutions, we have collaborated with various first-rate shipment firms.
Thanks to our logistics partnerships, we deliver your desalination unit to the exact location of your choice. Before settling on ideal shipment methods, we consult our customers and weigh in key variables such as distance, price, and security.
➣Do Desalination Units Require Certification?
Relevant environmental regulatory bodies certify manufacturers of desalination units who pass various production standards. In 2011, NEWater was awarded a High-tech Products certification, which is a testament to the quality of our desalination units.
We are also ISO 9001 certified and all our desalination units are up to standards set by the Europe CE. For our efforts in environmental conservation, we have an Environmental Protection Engineering Professional Contracting Certificate.
➣Where Can I Get Custom Repair Parts for a Desalination Unit?
Not all spare parts are compatible with any desalination unit. As a comprehensive water treatment systems manufacturer, we also produce supreme repair components that are feasible with our desalination units.
From semi-permeable membranes for RO desalination units to water pumps and control valves, NEWater has your ideal repair component. Furthermore, we deliver the repair parts locally and globally. A register detailing custom repair parts manufactured by NEWater is present on our website.
➣Do You Have a Minimum Order for Desalination Units?
We accept and process orders without overlooking the number of desalination units ordered. Irrespective of the order number or size of the desalination unit ordered, NEWater will manufacture and deliver your high-quality product promptly. You can also order one or multiple customized desalination units. For our skid-mounted, containerized, or standard desalination units, the choice is fully reserved for our clients.
➣How Long Does it Take to Deliver my Desalination Unit?
The delivery duration of desalination units is often influenced by the shipping method, geographical location, and size of the equipment. For a convenient customer experience, NEWater offers global doorstep delivery services.
From the day we dispatch your small-sized desalination unit, it will take approximately 3 to 7 days before you receive your system. Of course, the duration is subject to change depending on the shipping mode utilized. You can expect to have your large-scale desalination unit in 2 to 3 months given the complications associated with shipping large equipment.
➣What other Desalination Products Do You Manufacture?
Over time, NEWater has developed numerous water treatment products that have been deployed for use in various industries. If you intend to procure any water treatment equipment, NEWater is your ideal shopping partner. We manufacture and deliver standard, customized, and turnkey water treatment solutions with distinct capacities.
Underneath are part of some of our industrial water treatment solutions：
- Wastewater and sewage water treatment systems.
- Well water treatment systems.
- Reverse osmosis treatment systems.
- Water filling machines.
- Nanofiltration and ultrafiltration systems.
- Ion exchange systems.