To ensure a consistent and reliable water supply, many communities, water authorities, and private companies are turning to desalination.
Implementing an efficient system under a cost-effective business model can greatly reduce the cost of clean water. Martin Water’s desalination systems can produce drinking water from almost any source, including the sea, as well as surface water and brackish water. The systems are tailor-made based on water quality requirements and the specific characteristics of the site’s feed water.
Martin Water designs, manufactures, and supplies modular, standard, containerized water treatment plants for the municipal sector, industrial use and the production of process water. The skid-mounted prefiltration systems and reverse osmosis units are shipped to the site after complete validation testing at Martin Water’s production facility. The systems are supplied with central control systems for easy operation and remote monitoring.
Martin containerized mobile systems, which come already assembled, wired, and plumbed, are specially designed for fast and easy installation and commissioning.
Martin Water also custom-designs, manufactures, and supplies state-of-the-art, full-scale desalination plants with wide capacities.
Seawater and Reverse Osmosis (SWRO)
SWRO systems can be tailor-made based on water-quality requirements and site-specific feed-water characteristics.
Seawater desalination systems incorporate energy recovery systems that reduce energy requirements by up to 40%, resulting in a more economical production of drinking water. MARTIN Water supplies small to large desalination plants, with capacities of 1 to 500 m3 per day. To reduce costs, energy recovery is undertaken with pressure exchangers or turbine pumps.
Brackish Water Reverse Osmosis (BWRO)
BWRO systems are able to treat water from a wide variety of water sources, including surface water and wells, and can deal with turbidity, salinity, and a wide range of contaminants, including arsenic, nitrates, and more.
We specialize in advanced membrane-based technologies that allow the removal of a wide variety of dissolved materials from water and effluent.