Reverse Osmosis Water Treatment
Water purification using a semi-permeable membrane to remove water impurities.
What is Reverse Osmosis?
Reverse osmosis (RO) is a technology that is used to separate and remove a large majority of water impurities using a semi-permeable membrane. It can eradicate up to 99%+ of the dissolved solids, particles, colloids, organics, bacteria and pyrogens from the feed water (although it cannot be relied upon to remove 100% of the bacteria or viruses).
How does Reverse Osmosis work?
As the feed water enters the semi-permeable membrane under pressure, the water molecules pass through, while the contaminants are held back and discharged through a reject stream. This is sometimes fed back into the feed water supply to be recycled, helping to save water.
Benefits of Reverse Osmosis water treatment
- Ensures the control of potential microbial contamination
- Produces pure water from 10l/h to 30m3/h with a low footprint
- Reduces operation requirement
Systems designed to supply healthcare water to sterilise instruments in decontamination departments (CSSD).
Pure water products to meet international renal dialysis water treatment guidelines.
High-quality water systems for production, process and manufacturing uses.
Total water management solutions for process and wastewater recovery and recycling.