SweetWater RO Unit Selected For Antarctic Expedition By British

Peter A. Malcolm, Marine Coordinator of "In the Footsteps of Scott," a British expedition to the Antarctic, has selected the Sweet- Water 400 RO (reverse osmosis) unit as the onboard water supply for this historic, two year voyage.

Bob Daniels, president of Marland Environmental Systems, makers of SweetWater Systems stated: "I'm excited and proud that the British have chosen a SweetWater RO Water Purification unit. Sweet- Water systems are dependable workhorses, capable of delivering a continuous supply of pure, clean potable water, from any ocean in the world, even under adverse conditions, such as found in the Antarctic." SweetWater units are complete purification and water production systems. The main frame and the precise pre- and post-filtration components necessary for the RO membranes to function at maximum level are included.

The SweetWater 400 unit will be installed in a converted Islandic trawler recently used for oil pollution control. It will be reconditioned to meet Lloyd's standards of an Ice Class III vessel for this expedition.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 42,  Feb 15, 1985

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