Osmoflo is a progressive water treatment company that provides tailored, turn-key water and wastewater solutions across the industrial, resources and municipal sectors globally.
Osmoflo is the largest Australian based designer and builder of desalination projects, with offices in the Middle East, South East Asia, South America and India. Osmoflo have an enviable track record of providing successful, affordable, high technology water solutions dating back to 1991.
Water is life and every day Osmoflo’s water treatment systems are vital to the wellbeing of thousands of people around the world. Since establishment Osmoflo has specialised in the design, build and operation of over 450 reverse osmosis desalination plants. Osmoflo’s plants are located at remote mine sites, oil and gas fields, power stations, city breweries, townships and coal seam gas fields – wherever there’s a need for drinking, process, high purity or recycled water.
A complete project solution from inception to operation is supported by technical expertise as well as the spare parts, consumables and chemicals needed to keep a plant fully operational. Combined with Osmoflo’s flexible purchase options, this means Osmoflo can tailor the right solution for every need.
The hub of our business activities is located at Burton in Adelaide’s northern suburbs. This world class facility is the largest in the southern hemisphere dedicated to the design and fabrication of water treatment systems.
Osmoflo’s shareholder, Japan’s Hitachi Zosen (Hitz), partners with Osmoflo to pursue water projects across the globe. Hitz facilitate access to their global networks and provide specific project support which enables Osmoflo to join the small number of international water companies capable of delivering very large desalination projects.
Osmoflo reports concentrate reduction success
Australian desalination company Osmoflo has reported success with site tests of its concentrate reduction technology for reverse osmosis (RO) plants. The firm said its Brine Squeezer system increased recovery from 80% to 95% in a mine wastewater recovery pilot.