New Platinum Series Watermakers Introduced By Matrix Desalination

Matrix Desalination, Inc., Fort Lauderdale, Fla., has introduced its new high-capacity Platinum Series® watermakers.

The units are all custom-designed by Matrix engineers and built precisely to user requirements and operating conditions. They cost-effectively produce from 3,000 to 3,000,000 gallons of potable water per day, enough to service large megayachts, cruise ships, island resorts and communities, even small cities.

Each watermaker is specifically laid out to exactly match delineated space constraints, while maximizing efficient serviceability, an extremely important consideration in highproduction, continuous duty applications.

According to company president Whitney Irons, the Platinum Series represents the ultimate in reliability and durability. "Matrix steadfastly resists making shortsighted concessions to the competitive cost-cutting pressures that invariably lead to long-term user problems. Only the highest quality components available are incorporated into those units." Like all other watermakers in the Matrix extensive line of marine and industrial desalinators, the Platinum Series employs state-of-the-art reverse osmosis technology. Sea or brackish water is pressurized, causing it to pass through a special semipermeable membrane that blocks salt and other contaminants. The result is pure, potable freshwater from any feed source.

Matrix backs its established and successful track record in desalination with extensive, ongoing development engineering and worldwide service fine-tuned to providing dependable, trouble-free watermaking.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 15,  Aug 1990 Electro-Motive Division

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