drinking water treatment system / for ships / with filter
Cruise ships that sail the warmer regions of the earth continuously produce a lot of condensate water. The air is cooled down inside the heat exchangers of the air-conditioning units to a temperature below the dew point of the outside atmosphere. This causes a large fraction of the air humidity to fall out as condensate, which accumulates at the bottom of the air conditioning (AC) units. Commonly, the AC condensate of heat exchangers is collected inside a central condensate tank from where it is used for secondary purposes or pumped overboard.