Our Industrial Reverse Osmosis Water Purification System is designed to offer high-quality water even under the most demanding operational and corrosive situations. These RO units are top-of-the-line systems designed to deliver the most cutting-edge solutions available in the water treatment industry. They are also equipped with configurable functional, control, and supplementary apparatus, allowing users to tailor their reverse osmosis machines to their specific needs. Whatever your water treatment needs are, our industrial reverse osmosis system will provide the best results.
Municipal, brackish, and surface water are all unclean input water sources that Industrial Reverse Osmosis systems remove up to 99.9% of salts and contaminants from. Bacteria, particles, carbohydrates, proteins, colors, and contaminants with a molecular weight of more than 150-250 Dalton are blocked by the system.
These energy-efficient industrial RO units generate high-quality water at a cheap price, catering to every industrial water treatment demand and application.
Industrial Reverse Osmosis Water Purification System Process
A multimedia prefilter, water softener or antiscalant dosing system, dechlorination dosing system, reverse osmosis unit with semi-permeable membranes, and UV sterilizers or post chlorination as a post-treatment are all included in an industrial reverse osmosis plant. The reverse osmosis technology is used in these RO machines, which carry feed water via a multimedia prefilter to eliminate particles larger than 10-micron. The water is then injected with an antiscalant chemical to prevent hardness fouling, which could damage the RO machine’s membranes.
Hardness, chlorine, smells, color, iron, and sulfur can all be removed with these pretreatment choices. The water next passes through a reverse osmosis unit, where a high-pressure pump exerts severe pressure on the highly concentrated solution, separating the remaining salts, minerals, and pollutants that the pre-filter failed to capture. The low-pressure end of the membrane produces drinkable water, while the high-pressure end discharges salts, minerals, and other contaminants into a drain. Finally, the water is run through a UV sterilizer (or post chlorination) to eliminate any remaining germs and microorganisms.
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