Reverse Osmosis Plant (RO)
Reverse Osmosis involves the filtration that results in the removal of a large number of contaminants and impurities from wastewater by applying pressure to it when it is on one side of a membrane.
This water treatment plant works by using a high-pressure pump that increases the pressure on the salt side of the RO and forces the water across the semipermeable RO membrane (which allows some atoms and molecules to pass but not others), leaving almost 95%-99% of dissolved salts in the reject stream. In other words, as the wastewater enters the RO membrane and pressure is applied, the water molecules pass through the semipermeable membrane while the other salts are not allowed to pass through and discharged to the reject stream
- – Capacity of the Plant in LPH
- – TDS Re
- – TSS
- – Ph