The Ocean Pure Water System is a competitive product that will disrupt a stagnate Industry. Taking methodical steps to simplify the desalination industry the OPWS evolves the process to the next stage of water desalination.

Step one: Pretreatment  

Desalination Plants

             Current desalination techniques use filtration cartridges to filter incoming water. These cartridges need to be replaced frequently and are not renewable.  To remove microorganisms the toxic chemical chlorine is used to kill these organisms, then this chlorine needs to be removed from the water, before reverse osmosis membranes as chlorine dissolves the membranes. Some plants have started to use UV-C light to remove these organisms but are not cost effective at large flow rates. 

The desalination plants also use Batch Reactor Design (BRD) this design is flawed and is terribly inefficient causing a dead zone when mixing chemicals. 

The Ocean Pure Water System

             The OPWS simplifies this process by using filtration screens that act as a retaining pond. This allows solids to fall away from the filter instead of causing degradation. The OPWS uses a modular system, which allows for each unit to take a percentage of the flow rate.  This allows for a lower flow rate in each unit, which makes UV-C cost-effective allowing UV-C to decontaminate 100% of the water. 

The OPWS uses a flow reactor design this design removes dead zones and increases efficiency in the system.

Step Two: Post Treatment 

Desalination Plants

             Existing desalination techniques treat waste water using chemical treatment and dilution to meet environmental standards.

             Desalination plants are large single point source pollution producers. Environmental factors can limit the environmental impact, but can become overloaded quickly. This causes large spread environmental damage that can not be reversed easily. 

The Ocean Pure Water System

             The OPWS uses pressure regulation to control to concentrate output level. This allows us to control the salinity levels coming out from the system, allowing for a removal of the traditional and inefficient post-treatment system. 

             The modularity of the OPWS allows for diluted release system. Since each system has its own individual output, concentrate water can be spread out in a field rather that a single point source. This non-point source causes less environmental impact as concentrate water is spread over a larger area.