Desalination | VOL. 54

Five years operating experience of a 800 cubic meters per day R.O. seawater desalination plant

Publication Date Jan 1, 1985


Abstract A 800 m3/day R.O. seawater desalination test plant has been running since Sept. 1979 at Chigasaki. Performance results of both spiral wound modules, PEC-1000, and hollow fiber modules, Hollosep, for recent 5 years are summarized. From data of flux and salt rejection water (A) and salt (B) permeabilities were calculated by eliminated. The time change of relation between A and B gives interesting insight on the behavior of R.O. membranes.

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Seawater Desalination Plant
Salt Rejection Water
Hollow Fiber Modules
Data Of Flux
Seawater Desalination
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Salt Permeabilities
Water Permeabilities
Spiral Wound Modules
Desalination Test

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