Pressure Drop

Thin-film nanocomposite membranes provide an energy-saving solution for a water desalination authority in the Cayman Islands
Pressure Drop
The NanoH2O structure encapsulates benign nanomaterials within a thin-film polyamide layer, increasing membrane permeability.

The first-pass feed pressure on the desalination membranes at the 139,000 gpd Cayman Brac salt water reverse osmosis (RO) plant in the Cayman Islands reached 1,024 psi. The high pressure was reducing the plant’s efficiency.

Looking for solutions, Water Authority-Cayman discussed...

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