Reserve Osmosis Systems
Reverse Osmosis Systems H2O pressure is used to force water molecules through a very fine membrane leaving the contaminants behind. Water treatment is collected from the side of the membrane, and water containing the concentrated contaminants is flushed down the drain from the "contaminated" or “concentrate” side. The average Reverse Osmosis system is a unit consisting of a sediment/chlorine pre filter, the reverse-osmosis membrane, a storage tank, and an activated-carbon post filter.Reverse osmosis removes salt and most other inorganic material present in the water, and for that reason, RO lends itself to use in places where the drinking water is salty, contains nitrates or other dissolved minerals which are difficult to remove by other methods.
- Stages of Filtration
- Reverse Osmosis Purity
- Reverse Osmosis Efficiency and Waste
- Types of Reverse Osmosis Membranes
- R.O. Plant of capacity 100 LPH to 10,000 LPH with complete bottling plant on turnkey basis with BIS approval and other facilities.
- Water Softening and iron removal plants for domestic and industrial purpose.
- Spares for RO such as Membranes, Micron Filters & Housing, FRP & SS Pressure Vessels, UV Systems, Ozononator Etc. River Sand Media, Ion-Exchange Resins etc.
- Water Chemicals, Activated Carbon, Anthracite, MnO2, Selix, Anti-scalant and other chemicals.