July 16, 1985 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News

Marland Receives Contract For Six 1,000-Gph Mil-Spec Reverse Osmosis Purifiers

—Literature Available Bob Daniels, president of Marland Environmental Systems Inc., Lorton, Va., recently announced the company's receipt of a contract for six military Reverse Osmosis Purification Systems (MMS-1000).

The order, valued in excess of $1,000,000, came from the Nigerian Armed Forces. Each unit is specified to be built to the same rigid milspec requirements as the U.S.

Army's current ROWPU 600 with the exception that these units produce an additional 400 gallons per hour, or 1,000 gph.

Delivery of all six 1,000-gph milspec units is scheduled within six months, at which time the Nigerian Armed Forces may exercise their option to purchase six additional units at the same cost.

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