Reverse Osmosis Plant

We have Reverse Osmosis (RO) plant to clean and purify water by removing salts and other impurities to improve the color, taste or properties of the water. RO plant can be used for purifying other fluids like ethanol, glycol, etc. Our plant is well equipped with all the instruments and required facilities to meet specific customer needs.

The company prefers high quality Reverse Osmosis (RO) Membrane elements to ensure flawless operation. Reverse osmosis (RO) was the first cross flow membrane separation process to be widely commercialized. RO remove virtually all organic and inorganic compounds 90 to 99% of all ions. We have a large selection of reverse osmosis membranes to meet varying rejection requirements. The cross flow mode of filtration continuously sweeps the membrane surface clean of impurities, which allows for many hours of trouble free and continuous operation between chemical cleanings.

It is more energy efficient as compared to heat driven purification (distillation) and more efficient than the strong chemicals required for ion exchange. In this process, no energy – intensive phase change is required. Pores in reverse osmosis membranes are so small they have not yet been resolved, even by the most advanced microscopic techniques. These are generally regarded to be in the 0.0001-micron range, four orders of magnitude smaller than the finest of the normal – flow particle filter.

Reverse osmosis (RO) is a membrane technology with myriad applications, but most well-known for its use in desalination for drinking water production. Reverse osmosis water treatment allows passage for only small and weakly charged molecules, such as water. Undissociated acids, such as carbonic acid (H2CO3), can also easily pass through. Carbonic acid is part of the carbonate system and not a contaminant—it affects the pH of the product water. Sodium and chlorine, which only carry a single charge and are also small, can pass through the membrane but not quite as easily as water. Molecules that are larger and/or more strongly charged than sodium and chlorine are rejected altogether.