Retrofit Packages- Upgrading Existing SWRO Systems with Modern High Efficiency Pumps and ERDs

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Retrofit Packages- Upgrading Existing SWRO Systems with Modern High Efficiency Pumps and ERDs
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Pumps and ERDs are undergoing continuous improvement which is especially true with FEDCO products. Performance considered industry-leading performance even a few years ago can be eclipsed by newer designs and improved manufacturing processes. FEDCO offers many ways to revitalize old RO systems to achieve performance rivaling new systems.

Retrofits upgrading High Pressure Feed Pumps can replace noisy and unreliable Positive Displacement (PD) pumps with smooth and quiet FEDCO MSS pumps. FEDCO pumps eliminate: pulsation dampeners, suction stabilizers, packing and packing leakage, oil and grease lubrication, belts and belt guards, sheaves or pulleys, special motors, and unsightly corrosions.

Are you satisfied with your PD pump? Then consider adding a FEDCO HPB as an ERD. The FEDCO unit reduces pump discharge pressure by up to 50% resulting in a large energy savings, reduction in pump bearing, connection and crank loads, reduction in bearing temperatures, improved valve life and quieter operation.

FEDCO also retrofits old low efficiency turbochargers with its high efficiency HPB turbocharger that will save more energy and provide a three year warranty. It's a smart way to save energy and raise plant reliability.

Isobaric chambers are noted for good efficiency, high complexity, daunting maintenance and brine mixing. FEDCO offers a package that directly replaces an existing isobaric chamber without disturbing the existing HP pump or membrane array. With the FEDCO replacement package, you will enjoy improved permeate quality, quieter operation, reduced maintenance and a lower cost permeate.


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