DuPont Water Solutions Updates Modeling Software With CCRO

June 23, 2021
Company launches new version of Water Application Value Engine (WAVE).

DuPont Water Solutions launches version 1.82 of its design software Water Application Value Engine (WAVE).  WAVE is integrated modeling software that includes multi-tech offerings such as ultrafiltration(UF), reverse osmosis (RO) and ion exchange (IX) resins, and now incorporates Desalitech SOAR closed circuit reverse osmosis (CCRO). The software allows users to design systems and simulate installations performance.

With the new version of DuPont’s simulation software, users can design and iterate CCRO performance using the same drag and drop capabilities of the existing WAVE simulation software, according to the company. The sizing simply requires choosing the membrane, adjusting the number of pressure vessels until the desired flux is reached and entering the pass average recovery rate.

In addition to the integration of Desalitech CCRO to WAVE v1.82, DuPont Water Solutions announces several improvements and included extra features:

  • New innovation products have been added to the product list.
  • FilmTec Fortilife CR-50 reverse osmosis element is the introductory product to the Fortilife Family for select regions. It is designed for long lifetime and reportedly provides reliable performance in fouling prone waters.
  • FilmTec Fortilife CR-200 reverse osmosis element, launched in Greater China and coming soon to other regions, is a contaminant resistant element for treating and recycling the combined challenge of biological and organic fouling prone waters.
  • FilmTec NF270-440 reportedly enables end-users to reduce CAPEX of NF systems for municipal drinking water projects by offering up to 10% more active membrane area. It also delivers more than 10% energy saving and improvement on biofouling resistance, according to the company.
  • WQA (Water Quality Adjustment Factor) is added. This icon allows users to adjust the product water composition after UF, RO and IER.

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