Flowserve Advances Its Desalination Offerings With Launch of New Flowserve FLEX™ Isobaric Energy Recovery Device
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The Flowserve FLEX™ Isobaric Energy Recovery Device is designed to be one of the most efficient and compact energy recovery devices on the market. (Photo: Business Wire)
“Desalination is a critical process in providing people around the world with access to fresh drinking water and it is more important now than ever before as the global demand for clean water continues to accelerate,” said
The Flowserve FLEX pressure exchanger is designed to be one of the most efficient and compact energy recovery devices on the market. With its ability to recover more than 98% of hydraulic energy and offer the highest unit capacity available, while being notably smaller than competitor products, the FLEX pressure exchanger can substantially reduce the cost of desalination by lowering operating and capital expenditures.
Additionally, the Flowserve FLEX offers a simple design with only four major internal components and is enabled for remote monitoring through Flowserve’s RedRaven IOT platform – helping provide high reliability and ensure uptime for end users. With successful pilots in multiple desalination plants occurring for more than a year, customers have already seen the tangible benefits Flowserve FLEX can provide.
“While Flowserve has long supported the desalination market – with
To learn more about Flowserve FLEX and its capabilities, visit https://www.flowserve.com/en/products/products-catalog/energy-recovery-devices/isobaric-devices/flowserve-flextm-isobaric-energy-recovery-device/.
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