Containerized membrane systems launched in California
17 Aug 10 by desalination
Stan Lueck, whose company RODI Systems Corp has been selling membrane-based water treatment and desalination systems out of Aztec, New Mexico, USA, has become CEO of Desal America based in Moss Landing, California.
Desal America, working in association with RODI, will be manufacturing and assembling containerized water treatment systems usable with virtually any fresh, brackish or sea water source.
The company’s Containerized Integrated Membrane System is available in multiple sizes to fit a 20 ft (6.1 m) or 40 ft (12.2 m) shipping container and provide a production rate up to 2MGD (7,500 m³/d). Also available are module membrane systems for 1-10 MGD (3,700- 37,000 m³/d).
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