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Reverse Osmosis Watermaker Service

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Separator Spares & Equipment, LLC offers a full range of marine and offshore reverse osmosis watermaker services. Our full-time service department is devoted to providing the best-in-class reverse osmosis watermaker service.

Reverse Osmosis Watermaker Service

Separator Spares & Equipment is committed to meeting our customers’ maintenance needs throughout the vessel’s life cycle.  This includes servicing, consumables, planned preventative maintenance, operator training, equipment, and spare parts.

The maintenance schedule of components depends on the regularity of usage, intake water quality, length of time the reverse osmosis water maker is exposed to water, the total operational time, and the manner of installation.

Preventative maintenance reduces the risk of unexpected breakdowns and increases machine reliability. Regular maintenance of your reverse osmosis water maker is crucial for service life, safety, and operational readiness. We have the solutions and resources to support your freshwater needs.

Need your reverse osmosis water maker serviced?

Separator Spares & Equipment is committed to meeting our customers’ maintenance needs throughout the vessel’s life cycle.  This includes servicing, consumables, planned preventative maintenance, operator training, equipment, and spare parts.

Reverse Osmosis Watermaker Service & Solutions

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Reverse Osmosis Watermakers:

Blue Water Desalination
Compass Water Solutions
Danfoss Sea Recovery
ENWA
Gefico
Hansun Marine Technology
Horizon Reverse Osmosis
H20 Marine Watermakers
JOWA
Parker Sea Recovery
Parker Village Marine
Sea Recovery
SK Watermakers
Spectra Watermakers
Tecnicomar
US Watermaker
Village Marine

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Vacuum Distillation:

  • Preventative Maintenance
  • Corrective Maintenance
  • Commissioning and/or Commissioning Supervision
  • Installation and/or Installation Supervision
  • Maintenance & Troubleshooting
  • Membrane Flushing & Cleaning
  • Minor & Major Repairs
  • Process Optimization
  • Root Cause Analysis
  • Technical Support
  • Training Classes
  • Emergency Field Service
  • Fully Licensed and Insured for On-board Service
  • Available 24/7, 365 days a year
Component Checks

The maintenance schedule of components depends on the regularity of usage, intake water quality, length of time the water makers system is exposed to water, the total operational time, and the manner of installation. Therefore, it is impossible to establish an exact timetable for maintenance. The table below provides a guideline for scheduling component maintenance for Blue Water Desalination Watermakers.

Reverse Osmosis Watermaker Service guidelines for Blue Water Desalination Watermaker

Regular maintenance should be performed on a weekly basis (approximately every 50 hours) to prevent and resolve potential problems and major repairs.

We are committed to providing the best-in-class reverse osmosis watermaker service for marine and offshore applications. This includes servicing, consumables, planned preventative maintenance, operator training, equipment, and spare parts.

How does a marine reverse osmosis water maker work?
Natural Occurring Osmosis

Osmosis is the natural diffusion of two mixable solutions through a semipermeable membrane resulting in the equalization of concentration between the two solutions. The solution with a lower concentration diffuses through the semipermeable membrane and into the solution with a higher concentration.

osmosis process

Figure 1: Naturally Occurring Osmosis

For the purposes of desalinating water, the seawater is a high concentration solution, and the potable water is low concentration. Therefore, seawater cannot naturally diffuse through a semipermeable membrane to create potable water. The marine reverse osmosis systems utilize high-pressure pump to cause reverse osmosis.

Reverse Osmosis Process
High pressure is applied to reverse natural osmotic flow.

High pressure forces the high concentration solution (seawater) through the semipermeable membrane (RO Membrane), resulting in increased low concentration solution (potable water).

Reverse Osmosis Process

Figure 2: Reverse Osmosis Process

Need to replace/upgrade your current reverse osmosis water maker?

Separator Spares & Equipment offers a wide range of fresh water makers from the world’s leading manufacturers. We are your link to drinkable, marine freshwater. We provide the right capacity and systems for every installation.

Whether your system preference is a Reverse Osmosis (RO) Desalination or Vacuum Distillation System, we provide a solution to meet your freshwater maker needs. To learn more, visit our Fresh Water Maker webpage.

Need your Vacuum Distillation Fresh Water Generator Serviced?

fresh-water-makersAre your vacuum distillation fresh water generators losing performance? Don’t hesitate to reach out if you have a poorly functioning Alfa Laval Nirex Freshwater Generator or GEA Westfalia SeaWater Distiller.

Separator Spares & Equipment has years of experience servicing these devices and will be happy to provide helpful troubleshooting tips or even parts if necessary. We can help you with your parts and service needs. To learn, visit our Plate Heat Exchanger Services webpage.

When should I replace my reverse osmosis membrane?

Reverse osmosis membranes typically have a three to five-year lifespan, dependent on care and operating conditions. The membranes should be replaced when a normal cleaning no longer results in a desired product water quality or production rate.

Reverse Osmosis Watermaker Service

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