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REVERSE OSMOSIS (R.O.) PLANT

Aqua breath Reverse Osmosis (R.O.) Plant works on the Principal of Reverse Osmosis (R.O.), also known as Hyper-Filtration. Reverse Osmosis (R.O.) Plant is the finest techniques for treating water, Reverse Osmosis (R.O.) Plant eliminates harmful contaminants from water thus making it fit for drinking purpose and other commercial and industrial applications.

Reverse Osmosis (R.O.) Plant removes all kind of Physical, Chemical and Microbiological Impurities from Water like Calcium, Magnesium, Zinc, Iron, Sulfate, Fluoride, Arsenic, Silt, Sand, Rust, Bacteria & Virus and also make the water crystal cleat and safe for drinking. We have widest range of Reverse Osmosis (R.O.) Plant upto 1,00,000 LPH and we have customize solution for all different kind of water and waste water applications As per your requirements.

Reverse Osmosis is a technology of purifying that is used to remove a large number of contaminates from water by pushing the water under pressure through a semi permeable membrane.

(SEMIPERMEABLE MEMBRANE: A semi permeable membrane is a type of biological membrane which allows certain molecules or ions to pass through it by diffusion.)

Sothat water is used for drinking and other purpose. It removes all kind of physical, chemical & bacterial impurities from water like Calcium, Zinc, Iron, Sand, Rust, Bacteria & Virus & make water clear & safe for drinking. Reverse osmosis (R.O) system removes all kind of impurities from water like bacteria, viruses, pesticides, chlorine, colour and Oder etc.

Reverse osmosis is one of the processes that makes desalination (or removing salt from seawater) possible. Beyond that, reverse osmosis is used for recycling, wastewater treatment, and can even produce energy.


 

 

Reverse Osmosis (RO) Process Water Treatment

Reverse Osmosis (RO) in process water treatment applications and considers the process itself, the use of reverse osmosis membranes, and factors affecting water quality and plant performance.

Reverse osmosis is a process that industry uses to clean water, whether for industrial process applications or to convert brackish water, to clean up wastewater or to recover salts from industrial processes.

The Reverse Osmosis process

In the reverse osmosis process cellophane-like membranes separate purified water from contaminated water. RO is when a pressure is applied to the concentrated side of the membrane forcing purified water into the dilute side, the rejected impurities from the concentrated side being washed away in the reject water.

RO can also act as an ultra-filter removing particles such as some micro-organisms that may be too large to pass through the pores of the membrane. RO membranes Hollow fibre membranes have a greater surface area and hence capacity but are more easily blocked than spiral wound membranes.

RO membranes are rated for their ability to reject compounds from contaminated water. A rejection rate (% rejection) is calculated for each specific ion or contaminant as well as for reduction of total dissolved solids (TDS).

Factors affecting system and process performance

The performance of a system depends on factors such as membrane type, flow control, feed water quality, temperature and pressure.

Biocides may be needed and the choice of biocide would depend on the membrane type, alternatively other filters may be required to remove chlorine from water to protect the life of the membranes.

High TDS RO Plant:-

  • A total dissolved solid (TDS) is a measure of the combined total of organic and inorganic substances contained in a liquid. This includes anything present in water other than the pure H20 molecules. These solids are primarily minerals, salts and organic matter that can be a general indicator of water quality. High TDS generally indicate hard water, which can cause scale build up in pipes and appliances. Scale buildup reduces performance and adds system maintenance costs.
  • Many dissolved inorganic water contaminants or impurities exist as ions in solution, the most common of these ions are:
  • These electrically charged dissolved particles make ordinary natural water a good conductor of electricity. Conversely, pure water has a high electrical resistance, and resistance is frequently used as a measure of its purity.
Cations Anions
Calcium Ca+ + Bicarbonate HC09­
Magnesium Mg++ Chloride Cl
Sodium Na+ Sulfate SO,
Iron Fe+ + Nitrate NO,­
Manganese Mn+ + Carbonate CO,_ _


Since only a few of these most common ionic water contaminants are health related, most natural water supplies are safe to drink from the standpoint of dissolved inorganic chemical contaminants. However, even though found more rarely - and in much smaller quantities - certain inorganic ions can be toxic. Turbidity and bacteria are examples of suspended water contaminants.

Reverse Osmosis (R.O.) Technology has proved wonders for some of these following industries.

 

  • Agriculture
  • Food & Beverages
  • Hospitality
  • Auto industries
  • Chemical Industries
  • Garment Industries
  • Construction Industries
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Power & Energy
  • Mining & Many more.

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