DESALINATION PLANTS

EXAMPLES FOR RURAL AREAS


 
A video demonstration of Moerk Water Solutions' portable solar powered desalination unit, designed to transport as airplane luggage for emergency response.

Compact RO100SW Solar
 
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RO100SW Village Plant Solar
 
 

Portable RO25SW Solar

Sea-Water 15,000 – 35,000ppm

Technical Data*

·      Reverse osmosis technology
·      Capacity: 20-30l/h drinking water from sea water
·      Power supply: solar panels 2 x 120W, energy storage
·      System pressure: maximum 55bar
·      Pre-filtration: 10" cartridge filter
·     Size: 2 boxes, each 0.8m x 0.4m x 0.4m
·     Weight: each box is <30kg
·     Manually operated
·     Mobile infrastructure
·     Transportable via air freight

Click here to download the brochure and here for the video.


RO500BW Solar

Brackish Water 2,000 – 7,500ppm

Technical Data*

·      Reverse osmosis technology
·      Capacity: 500l/h drinking water
·      Operating power: 2.3kW, 240V/50Hz
·      System pressure: maximum 19bar
·      Pre-filtration: sand filter and cartridge filter
·      Size: roughly 2.3m x 1m x 1.8m plus solar
·      Temperature maximum 40˚C
·      Weight: roughly 650kg plus solar panels
·      Stainless steel frame

 Included:
·      Solar panels, inverter, battery monitoring

Additional:
·      Water tanks and well pump, installation and training upon
 request


Compact RO120BW Solar

Brackish Water 2,000 – 15,000ppm (low salinity)

Technical Data*

·      Reverse osmosis technology
·      Capacity: 120l/h drinking water
·      Energy recovery system
·      Power supply: roughly 0.85kW, 240V/50Hz
·      System pressure: maximum 25bar
·      Pre-filtration: sand filter and cartridge filter
·      Temperature: maximum 40˚ C
·      Size: roughly 1.2m x 0.8m x 1m plus solar
·      Weight: roughly 100kg plus solar
·      Stainless steel frame
·      Population supplied: 100-500 per unit

 Included:
·     Solar panels, charge controller, inverter, relay driver, batteries, wiring, and frame for roof mounting.

Additional:
·     Water tanks and well pump, installation and training upon
 request


RO100SW Village Plant Solar

Sea-Water 15,000 – 35,000ppm

Technical Data*

·      Reverse osmosis technology
·      Capacity: 100l/h drinking water
·      Power supply: solar panels
·      Solar Direct Drive, no batteries needed
·      System pressure: maximum 55bar
·      Pre-filtration: 20" cartridge filters
·      Temperature: maximum 40˚C
·      Size: roughly 1.5m x 0.6m x 0.7m plus solar
·      Weight: roughly 80kg plus solar panels
·      Manually operated
·      Stainless steel frame
·      Population supplied: 80-200 per unit

 Included:
·     Solar panels, wiring, frame for roof mounting.

Additional:
·      Water tanks and well pump, installation and training upon
        request

Click here to download the brochure


Compact RO230SW Solar

Sea-Water 15,000 – 35,000pp 

Technical Data*

·      Reverse osmosis technology
·      Capacity: 230l/h drinking water
·      Energy recovery system
·      Power consumption: roughly 1.8kW, 240V/50Hz
·      System pressure: maximum 55bar
·      Pre-filtration: sand filter and cartridge filter
·      Temperature: maximum 40˚ C
·      Size: roughly 1.5m x 1.7m x 1.8m plus solar panels
·      Weight: roughly 150kg plus solar panels
·      Aluminium frame
·      Population supplied: 200-800 per unit

 Included:
·     Solar panels, charge controller, inverter, relay driver, batteries, wiring, frame for roof mounting.

Additional:
·      Water tanks and well pump, installation and training upon
        request


*  Technical Data is subject to change. 
This information brochure cancels all previous ones and can be modified without notice.
Characteristics and descriptions are not binding.


 

EXISTING PROJECTS

 
 

Daily water supplied by Moerk Water plants.
 

⦁    Kenya:
       Eye Clinic, Mombasa: 100 people and clinical use, since 2014

⦁    Myanmar:
       Myanmar School: 600 students and 1000 villagers, since 2013

⦁    PNG:
       YWAM Medical Ship, 2016 and 2017
      East Cape Village, Milne Bay: 800 villagers, including school
        and health centre, 2018
      Watunou Village: 300 villagers, including school and aid post, 2018

⦁    Solomon Islands:
       Samarae Maternal Clinic for villagers and patients, since 2017

⦁    Somalia:
       Kismayo Hospital, since 2017

⦁    Tanzania:
       Kokota Island: 500 people, since 2011
       Uzi Island: 1300 people, since 2014
       Zanzibar Pamoja: 1000 people, since 2011
       Zanzibar Buyu: 1000 people since 2017
       Zanzibar: Service and maintenance for high end hotels, since 2012

⦁    Vanuatu:
      
- Uripiv Island: 500-700 students and villagers, since 2018

⦁    Western Australia:
       Cranmore Farm, water for agriculture, since 2017

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PRICE RANGE

Projects range from USD $15,000 to USD $250,000+


Clean, fresh water where it's most needed.

⦁    Easy to transport: the units can be brought to islands by a
      small boat
⦁    Each part is light and easy to handle, weighing 30kg - 80kg
      (except RO500BW)
⦁    Systems are small in size
⦁    Scalable systems available in packages of five or ten
      plants, adjustable to the needs of the community and
      healthcare centres
⦁    Local people trained in installation, service and
      maintenance
⦁    Spare and wear parts: supply chain as much as possible is
      from the local market, sourcing is considered in the design
      and engineering phase
⦁   Cost-saving: produce fresh water on site.
⦁   Go green: CO2-free water production.