Water Desalination Project
The project of constructing small desalination plants on the West Coast of Saudi Arabia using Real Safety FRP (non-metallics) materials.
The Ministry of Environment of Saudi Arabia is building sea water desalination plants in many cities in order to meet daily water needs.
The project consists of eight SWRO desalination plants, spanning the western coast of the Kingdom across a distance of 1,800 km.
The consortium, led by Advanced Water Technology Company consisting of four companies: AWT, Rawafid, Al-Fatah and SETE, was chosen to design and implement the project owned by the ‘Saline Water Conversion Corporation’.
- The total production capacity of all the stations in the project is 238,000 cubic meters per day
- The project offers alternative technologies and systems that contributed to the project’s
unprecedented achievement by reducing electrical consumption to 3kWh/m3
- The project was completed in 9 months
Details of total FRP (non-metallics) profile materials supplied by REAL SAFETY
|Total summary||Profile details Qty in meters|
|GRP angle connector||102 x 102 x 9.5mm 763.45m 2.90t|
|GRP I-Beams||203.2 x 101.6 x 9.52mm – 7649.11m 52.01t|
|GRP C-Channel||203.2 x 55.56 x 9.53mm – 3714.70m 21.14t|
|Deck Profile (Grit top)||DP608 x 28.7 x 3.3mm|