Pump Engineering enters fifth year of partnership with Global Defense Technology & Systems

The TWPS is used by the US military to supply fresh, clean water from any non-potable water source. Pump Engineering's HTCII-50 Turbocharger technology enables efficient, cost-effective reverse osmosis desalination to help the military activate the TWPS during combat, disaster relief efforts or in other scenarios in which fresh water is not readily available.  

The GTEC TWPS units purify, store and dispense potable water from any source and are capable of producing up to 1,500 gallons per hour from lakes and rivers and up to 1,200 gallons per hour from seawater. The units are designed to meet the exact specifications of each branch of the US military.  

Pump Engineering's hydraulic Turbochargers are custom-designed to reduce energy consumption and increase efficiency in specific process conditions, including seawater reverse osmosis (SWRO) desalination and liquid processing. The Turbochargers are durable and simple to operate.  

Lindsay Reau, international sales manager at Pump Engineering, said: “Our Turbochargers have an established reputation at SWRO and BWRO plants across the globe, and the TWPS application illustrates the flexibility of our technologies for almost any use. The integration of the HTCII-50 Turbochargers into the TWPS mobile desalination units is a great example of the human benefit our technology provides. We look forward to continuing our successful partnership with Global Defense Technology & Systems to help the US military quickly and efficiently produce potable water for combat, disaster relief or any other scenario.”