Compass Water Solutions Reverse Osmosis
Separator Spares and Equipment, LLC is Compass Water Solutions’ Authorized Distributor for the states of Alabama, Florida, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Missouri. We are a Compass Water Solutions Trained and Authorized Service Center for their reverse osmosis water makers and oily water separators. We provide complete engineered systems, spare parts, consumables, and/or service for reverse osmosis fresh water makers and oily water separators.
For over forty-years, Compass Water Solutions has been the leader for environmental and operational excellence in water treatment, oil-water separation, and reverse osmosis solutions. Their products assist customers in the maximization of productivity and profitability by enabling environmental compliance in the marine, offshore, and industrial sectors. This is accomplished by providing systems for oily water separation, reverse osmosis (RO) water generation, and solid-liquid filtration / separation.
We are your link to drinkable, marine reverse osmosis fresh water. We offer the right capacity and systems for every need.
- High Pressure Pump
- Automatic Product Water Diversion Valve
- General Alarm Contact
- Low Pressure Sensor
- High Pressure Sensor
- Carbon Steel, Marine-grade Powder Coated Frame
- Low Consumables
- Integrated clean in place system
- Gauge panel conveniently located at front of unit
- Controls for operation at front of unit
- Easy installation, startup & commissioning
- All hookups on one side of the unit
Models and Specifications
What is a marine water maker?
A marine water maker is a desalination unit that converts sea water into fresh water by using a reverse osmosis process that removes salt and other minerals, making it suitable for human consumption..
What is reverse osmosis?
The osmotic process involves the natural movement of a solution through a semi-permeable membrane that only allows freshwater to flow through it. The membrane allows the passage of solvent, but not of solute. In reverse osmosis, high pressure is used to push the solution through a membrane, which traps the solute on one side, making pure solvent obtainable from the other side. The salts and other contaminants are eliminated with the flow of brine.
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