26 Feb '15, 10am

Portable Distillation Unit Cleans Sea Water on a Sunny Day via @triplepundit

Portable Distillation Unit Cleans Sea Water on a Sunny Day via @triplepundit

Any desalination process will also produce salt as a byproduct. At its rated 15 liter output, the Desolenator is likely to extract approximately one pound of salt per day. By design it maintains the salt as brine to avoid clogging the pipes, cleverly removing additional heat in the process. At some point, though, this brine will need to be removed and responsibly disposed. According to CEO Janssen on this point, “The brine flow (residual salt in seawater) is not an issue in [the] case of the Desolenator technology. The rate of flow of water through the system is relatively high. This means that the salt content of the water coming out of the system is hardly any higher than the seawater going in. Thus the brine water can be disposed of without any objection.”

Full article: http://www.triplepundit.com/2015/02/portable-distillation...

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