1-8. LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION OF MAJOR COMPONENTS - cont.
GATE VALVES (11). Gate valves are installed in the backwash and product water lines to control water flow through the
COUPLINGS (12). Various types and sizes of couplings, adapters, reducers and nipples are supplied with the unit to meet
Refer to figure 1-3.
DEIONIZATION CARTRIDGES (1). Used to remove nuclear, biological and chemical contaminants from product water.
Two cartridges are supplied; one for nuclear and one for biological and chemical contaminants. Both cartridges are required
during operation in contaminated areas.
R.O. ELEMENTS (2). Remove dissolved solids from water. Two elements are installed in each R.O. pressure tube during
STORAGE CHESTS (3). Two storage chests are used to stow the chemicals, tools, and small system components to prevent
loss or damage.
CARTRIDGE FILTER TUBES (4). Eight spare filter tubes are supplied with the ROWPU. The filters are stored in the
overhead storage box mounted in the ROWPU.
TDS MONITOR (5). Mounted on control panel during operation. Used to indicate level of dissolved solids in product
CHEMICAL CANS (6). Four chemical cans store chemical solutions for use by the chemical feed pump and are supported
by a metal frame. The cans are connected to the feed pump by flexible hoses.
GENERATOR SET (7) (WPES-10 and H-9518-1). Supplies electrical power to operate the ROWPU. Generator set is
mounted behind the ROWPU on back of the trailer.
OCEAN INTAKE STRUCTURE (1) Refer to figure 1-3a. (Models H-9518-1, H-9518-2, and H-9518-3). Utilizes self-jetting
wellpoints to extract water from a variety of water sources, but especially from an ocean-type environment.
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