Large tonnage systems and small tonnage systems of special specifications and sizes are able to be customized,to the greatest extent to meet the actual needs of customers.Customized systems are given as much attention as our standard systems,all will be built with quality components and materials,incorporating advanced electronics and modern interfaces that allow ease of operation and maintenance.The manufacturing process also includes extensive testing to the system will run flawlessly and adhere to safety standards once in full operation.
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A detailed chemical analysis (LSI, SDI, or CFI) of the RO feed water is an absolute necessity for identifying potential foulants. This should include a measurement of the hardness (calcium and magnesium), barium, strontium,alkalinity, pH, and chlorine. The data from the chemical analysis can be used by the engineers designing the system to determine the optimum membrane array that will both minimize the tendency of scale and deposit formation and maximize the recovery and flux rate.
As the RO System continues to operate, the dissolved and suspended solids in the feed water tend to accumulate along the membrane surface. If these solids are allowed to build up, they eventually restrict the passage of water through the membranes, resulting in a loss of throughput. (The throughput capacity of the membranes is commonly referred to as the flux rate, and is measured in gallons per square foot of membranes surface area per day.
Reverse Osmosis is an ideal water treatment solution in most types of water.Generally speaking, all major water sources from a treatment standpoint can be broken down into three major categories: tap water, also known as municipal sources, groundwater, which includes brackish water, and saltwater. The biggest distinction between these three types is the Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) content of each type. As a rule of thumb, the American Health Association requires that drinking water is under 1,000 PPM TDS.
In one word: analysis. Every source of water is different, and you never know what’s in your water until you have it analyzed. The water analysis, LSI, SDI, or CFI values are used to determine the precise pretreatment requirements for a particular RO System. Since water supplies vary considerably from one location to another, each pretreatment requirement will be different.
If there is a need for water treatment, chances are an RO system can do the job. There’s a wide array of industries that benefit from having high-purity water, as well as a large number of applications where water treatment is required. Because of the extreme volumes of water required, RO is often the ideal, economical solution, requiring less energy than most large-scale treatment methods. Because they consume less energy, a Reverse Osmosis System is often the environmentally friendly solution as well.