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Best Practices for Cost Efficient Sea Water Desalination. Presentation download & on-demand webinar link
Download the Dequest Italmatch Chemicals Reverse Osmosis & Thermal Desalination Brochure:
The Dequest Business is offering unique specialty additives to meet the needs of these industries involved in water management or deal with processes or applications where water plays a crucial role. More than 40 years ago, Dequest pioneered the development of phosphonate based antiscalants. Dequest phosphonates have been the product of choice for antiscalants / dispersants / corrosion inhibitors / chelants in various applications for many years. Today, Dequest offers a broad range of water management additives including Dequest phosphonates, Dequest P acrylic / maleic based (co-) polymers, Dequest PB biological polymers and tailor made products for specific applications. Dequest phosphonates and polymers are used worldwide in a broad spectrum of markets and applications, including industrial water treatment, household & industrial detergents, industrial cleaners, enhanced oil recovery operations and various industrial processes such as desalination, pulp production & bleaching of paper as well as textiles.
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Biopipe Brochure: A revolutionary wastewater treatment system inspired by nature!
Download the Biopipe Brochure: Biopipe is the world's first biological wastewater treatment system where the process takes place entirely inside the pipe! Biopipe is protected by patent rights internationally and since its introduction to the markets, it has been very well received and widely acknowledged.
Energy Recovery Water Products Catalog
Download the Energy Recovery Water Products Catalog to learn about the latest advancement in Pressure Exchanger technology, PX Prime.
Case study: Larnaca SWRO Plant Renovation - design, installation and commissioning
Learn how Flowserve worked closely with the Cyprus Water Department and M.N Larnaca to provide low-cost drinking water for 16 million people, for many years to come.
The original Larnaca desalination plant was built and put in operation more than 10 years ago on a BOOT (Build, Own, Operate, Transfer) basis. It had been successfully operated for a decade and was improved several times to achieve higher capacity and better performance. Due to the growing demand of water and the increasing energy costs in Cyprus, the owners investigated an improvement plan for it, including highly efficient, state of the art equipment like isobaric energy recovery devices.