The total dissolved solids (TDS) in water can be reduced by 97–99% using the, industrial reverse osmosis water filter system. Industrial reverse osmosis (RO) is frequently used in various facilities and industries, including food and beverage processing, power generation, boiler feeds, oil and gas production, manufacture of high purity water, central sterilising, and manufacturing operations.
How does industrial reverse osmosis water filtration system work?
Almost, all of the dissolved salts (between 95% and 99%) are left behind in the reject stream of reverse osmosis, by utilizing a high-pressure pump to increase pressure on the salt side of the industrial RO, and force the water past the semi-permeable RO membrane. The pressure that is required is determined by the content of the feed water’s salt.
Permeate or product water is the demineralized or deionized form of desalinated water, obtained during the filtration system. It passes through the Industrial RO membrane and typically has 95% to 99% of the dissolved salts, removed from it. However, the reject (or concentrate) stream is the water flow that contains the concentrated pollutants, which were not removed by the RO membrane.
In addition to this, salts and other contaminants are not allowed to pass through the semi-permeable membrane, as the feed water enters the RO membrane under pressure (enough pressure to overcome osmotic pressure), and they are discharged through the reject stream (also known as the concentrate or brine stream), which goes to the drain or, in some cases, can be fed back into the feed water supply, to be recycled through the industrial RO system to save water.
Preventive maintenance services of Industrial RO Plants
We at Netsol Water Solutions provide an affordable and trouble-free approach, to make sure that your Industrial reverse osmosis water filtration system is performing at its best. It is done by implementing a preventative maintenance plan, for your water service.
To ensure that your Industrial reverse osmosis water filter system and pre/post treatment systems are operating at their best, we offer preventative maintenance agreements. An expert engineer may collaborate with you to create a unique preventative maintenance schedule, for your treatment system.
Our skilled service specialists will guarantee that your water system is proactively monitored and maintained. They specialise in the operation, maintenance, and troubleshooting of high purity Industrial RO systems. You will be given reports on the performance of your system, and any recommended next steps following each service visit.
Maintenance of Industrial RO Plants
1: Pretreatment system components include anti-scalant, chlorine/chloramine reducers, coagulants for depth filters, multi-media filters, carbon filters, microfiltration units, RO pre-filters, softeners, chemical feed pump calibration, chemical tank replenishment, and chemical feed pump calibration.
2: Data gathering and analysis, cleaning and calibrating crucial sensors, and RO membrane cleaning as necessary, based on normalised data patterns are all included in the industrial reverse osmosis system.
3: Deionizers, tanks, UV sterilisers, submicron point-of-use filters, calibration of high-quality instruments, and routine system sanitizations, are all included in post treatment.
It’s crucial to realise that the industrial RO filtration system uses cross filtration as opposed to traditional filtration, in which the pollutants are gathered within the filter material. With cross filtration, the water is filtered in one direction and polluted in the other, when the solution flows through or crosses the filter.
Cross flow filtration prevents the build-up of impurities by allowing water to flush away contaminant build-up, and enough turbulence to maintain the membrane surface clean. For any other support, inquiries, or product purchases, call Netsol on +91-9650608473 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org