Desalination - From Brackish to Seawater
Salt Removal with RO, Potability with LS3 Processing
Global's Desal Series
- Mobile to make it easily transportable by
land, air or sea... or...
- Fixed Base on platforms for encampments, permanent
facilities, municipal use or industry.
- Self-contained power source or compatible
to local power 110V-480V 60 Hz or 220V - 380V 50 Hz.
- Submersible or suction feed pumps to meet
- Modules for optimum efficiency to network
up at any municipal size.
- Modularization provides for faster manufacturing
and installation, easier access, easier and less costly maintenance.
- Meets or exceeds US-EPA, U.S. ANSI, EU and
W.H.O. potable water standards.
GLOBAL' S SYSTEM DESIGN AND INTEGRATION OF COMPONENTS
1: Global's LS3 Fresh Water Component for its Water Purification
a: Through filtration is captures parasites, like Giardia, Cryptosporidium
b: Through its proprietary multi-media filtration pod it captures
hazardous metals: like lead or mercury; toxic chemicals, insecticides,
pesticides, radon, chlorine, bad taste and odor.
c: Utilizing ultra-violet, it kills all bacteria and viruses.
2. Global's RO Component for its Salt Water Purification Process
Removes salt up to 45,000 ppm (50,000 ppm for military systems).
Options to 60,000 ppm.
Four Modes of Operation
Global Water's MILITARY DESAL SERIES uniquely have four modes of
Mode 1 - RO & LS3:
Sea water is processed first through the RO component (to remove
the salt - TDS) and then through the LS3 component to provide
the highest quality drinking water from the worst of possible
Mode 2 - LS3 only:
For fresh water, we process only through the LS3 component. This
process provides high quality drinking water through a simple
to operate, low maintenance, field tested system, requiring no
backwashing, no chemicals and no waste.
Mode 3 - RO only:
Any water, fresh or seawater, is processed solely through the
RO. This process provides acceptable drinking water.
Mode 4 - both RO & LS3 simultaneously:
Fresh water is processed directly by both the LS3 and the RO
components of the system simultaneously. This process provides
double the capacity output of potable water.