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World Water Systems, Inc.

World Water Systems, Inc. (WWS), located in Irvine, Calif., is a manufacturer and worldwide supplier of water treatment equipment.

WWS's primary objective is to provide superior quality equipment that meets or exceeds requirements. At SNAME, the company will exhibit its Heli-Sep oily water separator. The U.S. Coast Guard-approved separator is designed to meet the needs of vessels in removing the oil from bilge water, and adheres to international standards, per IMO ResolutionMEPC.60(33). The Heli- Sep also has wide industrial applications in areas where requirements for separating two immiscible fluids arise. The WWS product line also includes reverse osmosis desalinators, custom-designed industrial separators, waste water recyclers, and self-cleaning filters.

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