Power & Energy | Reverse Osmosis & Water Treatment Systems

DESALT TECH's main focus is on providing water treatment solutions for the Power & Energy industry, with the goal of optimizing power plants through reducing capital costs and increasing efficiency. This is achieved through a variety of different water treatment methods, including pre-treatment filtration, reverse osmosis, ion exchange, and electrodeionization systems.
In addition to providing these water treatment systems, DESALT TECH also offers diagnostic services to help identify areas where efficiency can be improved, with the ultimate goal of saving on operating costs. As a complete system integrator, they have solutions for a wide range of water sources and contaminants associated with power and energy water treatment systems.


Boiler feed water is indeed critical for the efficient and safe operation of boilers. Contaminants and impurities in the feed water can cause damage to the equipment and reduce the overall efficiency of the system. It is therefore essential to treat the water to remove impurities and ensure that it meets the required quality standards.
Reverse osmosis is a common treatment method used to purify water for boiler feed applications. In this process, water is passed through a semi-permeable membrane that removes contaminants and impurities. The result is high-quality water that can be used for various industrial applications, including boiler feeds.
In some cases, reverse osmosis alone may not be sufficient to achieve the required level of water purity. In such instances, a deionization unit can be used in conjunction with an RO system to further remove impurities and achieve the desired water quality.
For high-pressure boiler applications, a double pass reverse osmosis system followed by an electrodeionization (EDI) unit is recommended. The EDI process uses ion exchange resins and electric current to further purify the water, removing any remaining ions and impurities.
DESALT TECH engineers can help evaluate the specific requirements for your boiler feed application and design a customized system that meets your needs. With the right water treatment system in place, you can ensure that your boiler operates at maximum efficiency and reduce the risk of equipment damage and downtime.


Water cooling is a popular method of cooling electrical generators and other high-powered equipment that generate large amounts of heat during operation. The water cooling system typically involves circulating high purity water through the equipment to absorb the excess heat and carry it away from the components.

The cooling process begins when the high purity water enters the equipment and comes into contact with the heat-generating components. As it flows through the equipment, it absorbs the heat and carries it away to a heat exchanger. In the heat exchanger, the heat is transferred to another fluid, usually air, which carries it away from the system.

The high purity of the water used in the cooling system is essential for maintaining the efficiency and longevity of the equipment. Impurities in the water, such as minerals or particles, can cause corrosion or clogging in the system, reducing its effectiveness and potentially damaging the equipment. Therefore, the water used in the cooling system is often treated with chemicals or filters to remove impurities and maintain its purity.

Water cooling systems offer several advantages over other cooling methods, such as air cooling. Water is a better conductor of heat than air, which means it can carry away more heat from the equipment and maintain a more consistent temperature. Water cooling also produces less noise than air cooling, making it a preferred method for equipment that requires quiet operation.

Overall, water cooling is an effective and efficient method for cooling high-powered equipment and ensuring its longevity and reliability. 


Condensate polishing systems are used in power plants and other industrial applications to remove impurities from the condensate return water, which is water that has already been through the steam cycle in a boiler and is being returned to the boiler to be used again. Impurities in the condensate can cause scaling, corrosion, and other damage to the boiler equipment, which can lead to reduced efficiency and higher maintenance costs.
Condensate polishing systems typically use a combination of technologies, including ion exchange, activated carbon, and membrane filtration, to remove impurities from the condensate. The ion exchange polishers you mentioned use specially designed resins to remove dissolved ions from the water, such as calcium and magnesium, which can cause scaling and other problems. The resins can be designed to withstand high temperatures and other harsh conditions in industrial applications.
By removing impurities from the condensate, condensate polishing systems can help improve the efficiency and performance of the boiler equipment, reduce maintenance costs, and extend the life of the equipment. They can also help reduce the amount of chemicals and energy needed for water treatment, which can save costs and reduce environmental impact.

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