Inexa, an engineering design firm based in Spain’s Canary Islands, recently designed a containerized seawater reverse osmosis (SWRO) desalination unit for the Sands Beach Resort in Lanzarote, Spain. The system, built to produce potable water for the luxury resort, employed a hybrid design using LG Chem high rejection membranes, resulting in a specific energy consumption of 1.85 – 1.95 kWh/m3 (7.00 – 7.38 kWh/1,000 USG).
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|Name of Plant:||Sands Beach Resort SWRO plant|
|Location:||Canary Islands, Spain|
|End-User:||Sands Beach Resort|
|Start-Up Date:||April 2012|
|Feed Water Intake:||Beach well|