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Reverse osmosis systems Tfv Series - 50 cubics
The basis of the RO process is formed by a semi-permeable membrane, which allows the passage of water, yet at the same time, limits the passage of the dissolved ionic substances. By applying pressure to the non-purified water on one side of such membrane, the purified water is transported to the other side of the membrane and leaves most of the substances that contains in it’s structure. The separation of dissolved ionic substances from water by the membrane, is a function of the molecular weight and ionic
load. For example, a sodium chloride removal of an average of 90 % is expected in a RO system. This means that the concentration in the product water, passing through the membrane is approximately onetenth of the concentration of the raw water, fed into the membrane. While removal of calcium carbonate (hardness) is approximately 95 %, the removal of many metallic salts is around 98-99 %.
To remove the substances, held by the membrane, from the surface of the membrane, the feeding channel is flushed at regular intervals by a water flow, which is 2 to 5 times of the product water flow. This process prevents the clogging of the surface of the membrane and formation of a shell. The flushing process can be performed both automatically and with manual washing apparatus
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-used water treatment system
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