Water Reverse Osmosis Equipment
The reverse osmosis water treatment equipment usually consists of a raw water pretreatment system, a reverse osmosis purification system, and an ultra-purification post-treatment system. The purpose of the pretreatment is to make the raw water reach the water inflow requirement of the reverse osmosis membrane separation module and ensure the stable operation of the reverse osmosis purification system. The reverse osmosis membrane system is the most economical and efficient purification method for removing 98% or more of ions, organic matter and 100% microorganisms in the raw water at one time. The ultra-purification post-treatment system further removes trace ions, organic substances and other impurities remaining in the reverse osmosis pure water through various integration techniques to meet the final water quality index requirements of different uses. Reverse osmosis is the most precise membrane-based liquid separation technique. The operating pressure is applied to the influent (concentrated solution) side to overcome the natural osmotic pressure. When the operating pressure higher than the natural osmotic pressure is applied to the concentrated solution side, the natural infiltration of water molecules flows. The direction will be reversed. The water molecules in the influent (concentrated solution) will pass through the reverse osmosis membrane to become the purified water on the dilute solution side; the reverse osmosis equipment can block all dissolved salts and organic matter with molecular weight greater than 100, but allow water molecules. Through, the reverse osmosis composite membrane desalination rate is generally greater than 98%, they are widely used in industrial pure water and electronic ultra pure water preparation, drinking pure water production, boiler feed water and other processes, using reverse osmosis equipment before ion exchange can be greatly reduced Bottom operation water and wastewater discharge.