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    Talara Desalination Plant

    The seawater is pumped in via an open surface intake, located next to a fuel loading and unloading quay, at a depth of 10 metres. Once inside the plant, it undergoes a desalination process, with a conversion rate of 45%.

    The reverse osmosis process comprises 1 frame with 294 aromatic polyamide membranes in the first stage and 49 in the second.

    General Information

    Location
    Talara, Piura, Peru
    Capacity
    2,200 m3/d
    Process
    Reverse osmosis
    Contract type
    EPC and O&M
    End use of water
    Industrial - Talara Refinery
    Population
    25,000 inhabitants

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