TWA introduces the 9000E-340 sea water capable watermakers from AQSEP. The 9000E-340 comprises RO units with energy recovery systems.

The 9000E-340: Compact, easy to service, extremely energy efficient….yet powerful.

Applications include

  • private homes
  • real estate developments
  • small to medium sized hotels and resorts
  • decentralized drinking water to small communities
  • aquaculture industries
    government institutions (e.g. health clinics, defense installations, weather stations)
  • various on- and offshore installations

TWA watermakers are comfortable with any salt content in the water, from sea water to lightly brackish water. The WM-E desalination systems are the most cost efficient RO systems of this capacity in the world market today. With their integrated, unique energy recovery system the 9000E-340 watermaker produce water at an incredibly low price, inclusive of electricity and maintenance costs. The capacity is 9000 liters per day (2380 GPD).

Up to 9000 liters per day – for large private homes, small and medium sized hotels, remote communities in islands or coastal areas

The watermaker 9000E-340 has a patented energy recovery system which cuts the power consumption to around 2.9 kWh/m3 (11 kWh/1000 gallons) or better. This watermaker is designed to operate completely automatically and the integrated, custom made controller does away with all the normal inconveniences of reverse osmosis systems. At the same time the watermaker is incredibly compact, The 9000E measuring only up to 1020 x 550 x 400 mm (40 x 21 x 16 inches), exclusive of the small control box, and weighs only 80 kg. This practical design makes access to all components easy and quick. This new watermaker gives the customer great value for money.

Water production costs are typically less than Euro 0.6/US$ 0.8 per m3 or around US$ 3 – 4 per 1000 gallons.

With a production of 9,000 litres per day (2380 GPD ) the 9000E-340 is ideal for large private homes, backup water systems, light commercial use in e.g. hotels and resorts etc. and for remote community water supply in developing regions based on salty ground water or even sea water as source.

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