An industrial RO plant is made up of multiple processes or activities that must all be linked and coordinated in order to provide the desired outcomes. Reverse osmosis is a membrane-based filtering process that employs a selective membrane to prevent big molecules or ions from passing through the pores (holes) while permitting smaller components of the solution (such as the solvent) to readily pass. Furthermore, applying pressure to a solution on one side of a selective membrane retains the solute on the pressurized side while allowing the pure solvent to pass to the other side. The name “cross-flow filtration” comes from the fact that the two liquid streams run side by side.
Brackish water reverse osmosis systems from (BWRO) have a number of basic characteristics that make them suited for a wide range of commercial and industrial applications. Optional operational and control features, as well as supplementary equipment, are available, allowing you to totally design your system. Brackish Water (BWRO) R.O. Water Treatment Plant is utilized in many parts of the globe where clean drinkable water is scarce. It’s perfect for the food and beverage industry, as well as hospitals, agriculture, hotels and resorts, water bottling and ice production, medicines, and more.
R.O. System Capacity : 170,000 GPD
Flow rate: 118 GPM ( 445 Litter Per Minutes
RO membrane-brand: Dow Film Tec
RO pressure vessel: FRP Vessel
HI-pressure pump: Grundfos
Pre-filter: PP Sediment
Pure water flow meter and drain flow meter
Low pressure and high-pressure valve
RO frame by stainless steel welding
All pressure display on the main panel
Low-pressure pipe sch # 80 UPVC
Flush valve, feed valve, and adjust valve