drinking water from brackish water

Brackish water is water that has higher salinity than fresh water but not as high as sea water. The salinity needs to be treated to make the water safe for human consumption.

Depending on the characteristics of the BRACKISH WATER, EMWG’s COMPACT & MOBILE drinking water units employ various purification technologies, and combinations thereof, including rapid sedimentation, filtration, microfiltration, brackish reverse osmosis and disinfection. The following systems produce drinking water from brackish water:

Blue B System

  • Two module system with sand and active carbon filtration, microfiltration, reverse osmosis for brackish water, remineralization and disinfection
  • Cleaning In Place (CIP) system on board
  • Completely automatic
  • Highly mobile units able to be towed by various types of vehicles

Blue B Power

  • Autonomous module including sand filtration, micro filtration, low pressure reverse osmosis and disinfection
  • Powered by its own generator on board
  • Cleaning In Place (CIP) system on board
  • Highly mobile unit able to be towed by various types of vehicles

Blue B Island

  • Mobile unit able to be towed by various types of vehicles
  • Stand-alone module including micro filtration, brackish reverse osmosis, remineralization and disinfection
  • Cleaning In Place (CIP) system on board
  • Equipped with onsite electrolytic chlorine generator

Blue B Shelter

  • Compact unit realized in standard size shipping
  • container
  • Sand filtration, micro filtration, brackish reverse
  • osmosis and disinfection
  • Cleaning In Place (CIP) system on board
  • Completely automatic

Tags: Water treatment