Industrial Reverse Osmosis plant
WHAT IS REVERSE OSMOSIS PLANT?Reverse Osmosis is a technology based on membranes that is used in the water treatment industry. It is the most preferred technology that is capable of removing almost all dissolved salts and ions from water. This technology is also capable of removing all naturally occurring pesticides, viruses, bacteria and cysts. When it is put to use in series with other multiple units, it is known as a Reverse Osmosis plant and can be used for recycling and reusing water.
RO PLANT WORKING PRINCIPLE
Where osmosis is a natural phenomenon, the RO is a technical process of passing the contaminated fluid through semi-permeable membranes. Extra osmotic pressure is applied to the side of the fluid with high solute concentration. The membranes filter the water and make it usable by rejecting unwanted chemicals and soluble. After the separation, freshwater is ready to consume for household or commercial use.
APPLICATIONS OF INDUSTRIAL RO PLANTThe evolution of RO technology, a non-chemical method widely preferred for water treatment and purification is used by large private commercial units and municipal bodies. To contribute to sustainability and scarcity of water in the future, several industries are looking for water recycling and reuse strategies.