Design, The power centre combines the operation of an axial piston high pressure desalination pump with an axial piston motor utilising the pressure
in the waste brine to assist the electric motor in driving the pump therefore, reducing the power requirement to typically less than 3 kW/m³ throughout. The power centre has been purpose designed and built for the RO market.
Simple Design, The power centre is driven via a splined shaft from an electric motor. This turns the pump rotating group which also drives the energy recovery rotating group via a simple splined mechanical coupling. There is no need for a second separate
booster pump as in many other energy recovery devices nor an additional electric
Compact Design, Due to the integrated nature of the power centre design, the footprint is reduced.
There is also no need for additional fluid couplings which makes for a very compact system; ideal for ships and offshore platforms.