Thermal Desalination

In thermal desalination, the specific amount of heat is provided to the water, so that the water starts boiling. The salt and other dissolved minerals or impurities have the higher boiling point then water, so the water starts boiling, while the salt and the impurities remain in the desalination chamber. The evaporated water is then collected in the form of the vapors, these vapors are then condensed and after few more treatments like pH treatment, chlorine addition etc, the water is then safely provided for domestic as well as industrial purposes.

Antiscalant :

  • Highly effective against Calcium Sulfate, Calcium Carbonate deposits and Mg(OH)2 scaling and fouling.
  • Effective in both low and high temperature
  • Dispersion and distortion of scale forming salts crystal
  • Maintain super-saturated solution of scale forming salts without precipitatio
  • Certified by NSF to NSF/ ANSI Standard 60 for use in Desalination Plants producing Drinking water.
  • Maintains clean heat exchangers
  • Maximizes thermal efficiency reducing potable water production costs




Antifoam :

  • Performs at the lowest of dosage rates
  • Excellent foam control
  • Destroys foam and prevents foam formation in an aqueous media
  • Outstanding defoaming properties during the desalination process




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