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H2MyH2My is revolutionizing seawater desalination with groundbreaking systems

H2My, becomes a leading company in the field of hydrogen technology and proudly announces the start of the development and marketing of innovative seawater desalination plants. These groundbreaking systems mark a milestone in sustainable water treatment and help solve the global water crisis.

H2My's seawater desalination plants will set new standards in terms of efficiency, reliability and environmental friendliness. By integrating state-of-the-art technologies and innovative approaches, they enable cost-effective and sustainable production of drinking water from seawater.

Our systems will be characterized by the following features:

High efficiency: The H2My systems use advanced processes such as reverse osmosis and electrodialysis to achieve high water yield with minimal energy costs.

Environmental friendliness: At H2My we attach great importance to sustainability. Our systems are designed to leave a small ecological footprint and make optimal use of renewable energy sources.

Scalability: From small plants for remote communities to large industrial plants for coastal cities, H2My's seawater desalination solutions are flexible and adaptable to our customers' individual needs.

Reliability: With our commitment to quality and customer satisfaction, we ensure reliable performance of our systems throughout their entire service life.

“At H2My, we firmly believe that clean drinking water is a basic human right,” says Michael Szonn, CEO of H2My.
"With our innovative seawater desalination plants, we want to help make this right a reality for people around the world."

We favor and focus on the method:
Reverse Osmosis (RO)

This method involves forcing seawater under high pressure through semi-permeable membranes. The membranes allow only water molecules to pass through while retaining salts, minerals and other contaminants. The result is drinking water with low levels of salt and other contaminants.

However, the method requires significant energy to generate the required pressure.
Seawater desalination is often energy-intensive, especially when compared to producing drinking water from other sources such as groundwater or rivers.

The known techniques for producing drinking water from seawater are:

Reverse Osmosis (RO):
This method involves forcing seawater under high pressure through semi-permeable membranes.

Here, seawater is heated to produce steam, which is then condensed to produce pure water.

This method involves passing seawater through a series of semi-permeable membranes that are positively or negatively charged.

Vacuum evaporation:
This method is similar to distillation, but it uses a vacuum to lower the boiling point of water.

Solar distillation:
Here solar energy is used to evaporate and distill seawater. The seawater is fed into shallow containers or evaporation basins, which are then heated using solar energy.

Ion exchange:
This method uses special resins or ion exchangers to remove salts and impurities from seawater.