Reducing energy consumption with the PX Pressure Exchanger and LPT Turbocharger.
Reducing energy consumption with the PX Pressure Exchanger and LPT Turbocharger.
PX Q400 is the next evolution of our industry leading PX Pressure Exchanger technology
PX energy recovery devices were a key component in reducing power consumption to under 3.2 kWh/m3
The US’ First Installation of a BWRO PX Pressure Exchanger
Energy Recovery has spent decades perfecting devices that capture and recycle otherwise wasted pressure energy. Browse our energy recovery solutions for desalination and industrial wastewater treatment.
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This paper will present and discuss the design considerations and key parameters including impacts to RO system operation and water quality, energy saving considerations, and data from the facility startup in 2nd quarter 2022.
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Good for the environment and the electric bill, Energy Recovery’s PX G1300 can ensure a financially attractive next generation CO2 refrigeration system.
Design, Testing, Commissioning and Operating Experience of a 2000HP Hydraulic Turbocharger for Acid Gas Recovery Process.
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With Energy Recovery’s PowerPlay, the best-in-class ERDs are seamlessly integrated with high efficiency pumping technology to create the industry’s most efficient, end-to-end energy recovery solutions.
Energy Recovery’s Prime Performance ESA is the only product on the market that allows customers to upgrade their RO high-pressure pumping and energy recovery systems virtually risk free with no upfront capital, promising actual efficiency savings in one all-inclusive solution.
This white paper covers the latest design advancements made to Energy Recovery’s AT Turbocharger for desalination.
This short animation covers how the PX Pressure Exchanger by Energy Recovery works.
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This one-page brief provides an overview of the PX Prime, the latest advancement in Energy Recovery’s award winning PX Pressure Exchanger line, and the first PX available risk-free.
The PX Prime is the latest advancement in Energy Recovery’s award winning PX Pressure Exchanger line, and is the most advanced energy recovery device for desalination available on the market. We have engineered the PX Prime to perform with even less fluid mixing and enhancements across a variety of factors. It will also be the first PX available risk-free.
Energy Recovery Chief Technology Consultant Dr. Prem Krish gives an overview of the IsoBoost system for ammonia and other syngas applications.
Energy Recovery Chief Technology Consultant Dr. Prem Krish gives an overview of the IsoBoost system for acid gas removal.
This paper covers the potential of desalination to address drought conditions and the growing demand for water in California.
IsoBoost is a hydraulic pumping system that saves energy in acid gas removal and CO2 removal processes in ammonia production and gas processing. This video covers the basics of how the Energy Recovery IsoBoost system works, and the benefits it can offer operators.
This paper describes conventional configurations with high-pressure pumps and new configurations utilizing liquid-phase turbochargers. Design of the equipment, process operations and controls, and reliability analysis are included. The results of a RAM study comparing conventional configurations to those incorporating liquid-phase turbochargers in multiple cases are also presented.
This video animation describes the IsoBoost™ hydraulic system for gas processing. The skid-mounted solution recovers pressure energy at gas plants and ensures reliable operations, making plants safer and more profitable, with three times the life of a conventional pump.
This video shows how the GP Turbo works. The GP Turbo is the turbocharger at the heart of Energy Recovery’s IsoBoost system. IsoBoost is a hydraulic system that recovers pressure energy for gas processing. It provides reliable operations for gas processing, making plants safer and more profitable, with three times the life of a conventional pump.
The “Meet the Innovators” video series brings you behind the scenes at Energy Recovery. “Fluid Innovators” showcases our engineers who work hard at their craft and are so passionate about creating the next generation of innovative energy technologies.
IsoGen is a turbogenerator-based system designed to turn otherwise wasted pressure energy in pipelines into electrical power.
By dramatically reducing energy consumption and costs, PX devices enable the Chennai plant (India) to produce drinking water at just over $1 USD per 1,000 liters. Published in Everything About Water.
A tour of our AquaBold High-Pressure Pump.
A tour of our Advanced TurboCharger for desalination.
Shipment and install of one of our skid-mounted solutions.
From our Meet the Innovators series.
Customer experiences from China (English and Chinese versions available).
See how our Advanced TurboCharger (AT) works in desalination.
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See how the IsoBoost helps ammonia producers increase uptime, save energy, and reduce costs.
The plant, built by Beijing CNC Technology, Inc. supplies fresh water to electrical power stations. The OEM’s decision to use Energy Recovery’s PX Pressure Exchanger® technology for the YuHuan desalination plant helped prepare the country for its 2008 Olympics.
Isobaric energy recovery devices (ERDs) have attained nearly universal acceptance by the seawater reverse osmosis (SWRO) desalting world. These devices are operating in the largest SWRO trains in the world and continue to be an integral component in small, containerized systems.
The authors present energy-saving solutions for desalination water supply for mining applications. Detailed design data for the Uranium mining desalination plant are given. Environment and economic conscious owners and operators will learn methods of design and operation of desalination systems in mining, which can be easily extrapolated to many other industrial needs, and how to minimize the total cost of ownership of a desalination process.
As the demand for energy efficiency mounts throughout the world, the need for disruptive technologies in the oil & gas industry is increasingly prominent. Energy Recovery’s flexible IsoGen® skid-mounted system provides natural gas producers and pipeline companies with a way to recover otherwise lost pressure energy.
The Palmachim Desalination plant is one of the largest seawater reverse osmosis (SWRO) desalination plants in Israel with a capacity of 120,000 cubic meters per day. Built by the Via Maris Desalination Ltd. consortium, the plant consists of six (6) parallel SWRO trains, each with a permeate production capacity of up to 20,000 cubic meters per day.
The quality and availability of freshwater supplies in Turkey are unpredictable. This is because rainfall variations, geographical irregularities, urbanization, industrialization, and agricultural modernization all complicate water use for human, industrial, and agricultural purposes.
Limited water resources were holding back social and economic development in Tianjin Dagang, the largest industrial city in Northern China. An early adopter of desalination to meet municipal and industrial water needs, Tianjin sought to develop a massive desalination plant.
To ensure the lifetime of the seawater reverse osmosis (SWRO) process and its enabling technology, it is essential to use the most advanced and reliable materials of construction. One such advance in material science is that of the PX Pressure Exchanger employing high purity (>99%) aluminum oxide (alumina) ceramics.
A white paper on the economics of downtime for seawater desalination plants.
Availability can be defined as the probability that a system or piece of equipment when used under the specified conditions operates satisfactorily at any given time. The availability of the equipment installed in a seawater reverse osmosis facility (SWRO) is extremely important to the price, quality, and quantity of the final product—water.
Miles and miles of gorgeous Red Sea coastline draw tourists to Egypt every year. And while most of Egypt’s residents have access to fresh water from the River Nile, transporting it to the farthest reaches of the Egyptian coast is expensive.
Durante el siglo pasado, la práctica del reciclaje de energía ha sido incluida en diferentes procesos industriales como un paso clave para minimizar lo que de otro modo sería energía desperdiciada. La mayoría de las industrias están familiarizadas con el concepto de recuperación de calor residual, donde el calor que habría sido disipado y desechado, es devuelto a los diferentes procesos industriales.
Learn more about our IsoBoost System and how Energy Recovery can help increase plant uptime (Spanish).
Download our IsoBoost brochure, covering the features and benefits of our hydraulic pumping system. IsoBoost saves energy and improves reliability in both CO2 removal in ammonia production and acid gas removal in gas processing.
The Udipi 1300 MW Thermal Power Plant is a coal/gas-based power generating station located in Udipi, near Mangalore, Karnataka, India. Vast amounts of the highest quality pure water are needed for the steam generation process.
A white paper on high efficiency energy recovery devices in desalination plants.
With a growing metropolitan population of over 8 million people, Chennai is the fourth largest population center in India after Mumbai, Delhi, and Kolkata. Historically dependent upon limited water resources, the people of Chennai must pay high costs to transport water.
Though most of Egypt’s population has traditionally lived in the Cairo metro area, migration trends show more and more residents are relocating to the coastlines. Given this migratory development, small coastal towns like Marsa Alam on the Red Sea now have huge demands to supply potable water to a growing population.
As electricity production increases in China to keep pace with the nation’s rapid economic growth, power providers are caught in a bind: energy generation requires processed water, but desalinating seawater to feed power plants requires significant energy.
Shengsi, an island in Zhoushan, China’s largest archipelago, is known for its beaches, fishing, and salt production. The area has more than 79,000 residents and hosted more than 2.7 million tourists in 2012, a number that strains the island’s minimal natural water supply.
In the vibrant seacoast city of Qingdao, China, a diverse population of over 8 million people shares space and resources with rapidly growing industry. The pressing need for a larger municipal water supply led government leaders to commission a seawater reverse osmosis (SWRO) water treatment plant.
A white paper on the long-term energy efficiency of China’s largest desalination plants.
As with many island nations without natural aquifers, Tortola must produce all of its drinking water and demand is constantly high.
Energy recovery devices are employed in nearly all seawater reverse osmosis (SWRO) desalination plants to recover pressure from the membrane reject stream and return it to the process.
In September 2013, Cleantech Group hosted its second annual Water Innovation Summit and Energy Recovery presented and participated in creating this white paper.
The CO2 removal process in ammonia production is a significant contributor to overall plant energy consumption. This paper presents a new turbocharger-based solution. The use of a liquid-phase turbocharger offers simplified design, compact footprint, rapid install, and increased plant uptime with high efficiency across a wide range of operating conditions.
Growing demand and higher prices for natural gas might seem like good news for Asia’s largest oil & gas company. But for Sinopec—the world’s fifth largest company—significant gas price increases in China also impact the cost of its own gas processing operations.
Today, energy costs represent one half of the total cost of oil and gas processing. By harnessing the wasted energy in your high-pressure environment, we can help you slash that cost by 25%, while significantly lowering your carbon footprint.
A high recovery rate means a high process yield. However, in a desalination process, operation at high recovery results in higher average concentrate salinities in the membrane elements, higher osmotic pressures and higher membrane feed pressures compared to operation at low recovery.