Desalination plants are seawater desalination plants using the reverse osmosis method. These plants provide quality drinking water to the national water system in Israel. Ashkelon Desalination Plant is a reverse osmosis desalination plant (SWRO) that supplies water to the national water system. The Soreq desalination plant is the largest of its kind in Israel and worldwide. This plant is located south of the SHAFDAN facility and north of Nahal Soreq. The desalination plant in Ashdod was established in the northern industrial zone of the city. This plant has a production capacity of 100 million cubic meters per year. Construction of the facility began in late 2011. The plant began supplying water to the national water system in October 2015.
We are also witnessing a similar picture in facilities provided by “Krashin-Shalev” since over 20 years ago and operating on remote sites around the world. This is without any complaints and without the need for any servicing or replacements.
The manufacture of heat exchangers for the cooling of motors for desalination plants
Compliance with stringent thermal and hydraulic performance requirements and the provision of sustainable equipment at the highest international quality and performance level.
The Project’s Solution
Heat exchangers with titanium plates.
Our engineers designed heat exchangers with the best compatibility for those three desalination plants.
Plate heat exchangers provided by us to desalination plants operate successfully. At the Ashkelon facility, spare parts were required only for preventative maintenance, and that only after about 10 years of operation. In the Soreq and Ashdod facilities, despite harsh working conditions, there have been no demands whatsoever for servicing or replacement of parts for the heat exchangers.