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    The dependence on Desalination as a replacement for traditional source of fresh water for the masses will find increasing acceptance globally now onwards. The global fresh water resource amounts to only 0.01% of the total water on earth. With growth of population and industry, especially in emerging countries, the necessity of seawater desalination plants is rapidly increasing. Flowmore has a wide range of experience in supplying engineered pumping equipment for over 60 years. Flowmore has a suitable pump for any desalination plant application.
     
    Key advantages of Flowmore pumps are:-

    Optimized weight and space
    Low noise and vibration
    Reduced utilities
    Simple maintenance
    Safe
    Easy to install
    Low Life Cycle Cost
    High Efficiency

    Pumps Types:-
    * Vertical Turbine Pumps
    * Vertical Column Discharge Mixed Flow Pumps
    * Vertical Column Discharge Propeller Axial Flow Pumps
    * Vertical / Horizontal Volute Centrifugal Pumps
    * Horizontal Split Case Centrifugal Pumps
    * Vertical Centrifugal Volute Sump Pumps
    * Vertical / Horizontal Non-Clog Centrifugal Pumps
    * Non-Clog Submersible Pumps
    * Horizontal Multistage Ring Section Pumps
     
       
       
       
      •  Austenitic Nickel Cast Iron (Ni-Resist & Ductile Ni-Resist)
    •  Aluminium Bronze & Nickel Aluminium Bronze
    •  Standard Austenitic Stainless Steels (300 Series)
    •  Super Austenitic Stainless Steel (6% Molybdenum)
    •  Standard Duplex Stainless Steel
    •  Super Duplex Stainless Steel
    •  Nickel Based Alloys (Inconel & Hastelloy)
    •  Titanium Alloy
       
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Although Seawater is generally considered to be a corrosive environment, it is not widely understood just how corrosive it is in comparison to natural freshwaters. The maximum corrosion rate occurs near 3.5% aqueous sodium chloride (NaCl) the approximate salt content of average full-strength seawater. The general marine environment includes a great diversity of sub-environments, such as full-strength open ocean water, coastal seawater, brackish and estuarine waters, bottom sediments, and marine atmospheres. Exposure of structural materials to these environments can be continuous or intermittent, depending on the application. Structures in shallow coastal or estuarine waters are often exposed simultaneously to five zones of corrosion. Beginning with the marine atmosphere, the structure then passes down through the splash, tidal, continuously submerged (or sub-tidal), and sub-soil (or mud) zones. Flowmore has tailor made solutions for each & environment to ensure the best material selection to battle this phenomenon called sea water corrosion.
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