- Drinking Water Production
- Manure Processing
What is a RO Plant?
In an RO system, pressure (usually from a pump) is used to overcome natural osmotic pressure, forcing feed water with its load of dissolved salts and other impurities through a highly sophisticated semipermeable membrane that removes a high percentage of the impurities. The product of this process is highly purified water. The commercial RO system is cost-effective and capable of removing particulates down to .0001 microns.
Reverse osmosis is used to produce highly purified water for drinking water systems, industrial boilers, food and beverage processing, cosmetics, pharmaceutical production, seawater desalination, and many other applications.
Reverse osmosis membrane manufacturers offer software to assist in the design of RO systems. Using this tool, the design engineer enters the raw feed water data, calculates the scaling potential, evaluates various design configurations, and projects the final permeated water quality. A full mineral and chemical water analysis is required in preparing an RO design.
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