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Introduction of reverse osmosis equipment

Nov 27, 2019

Reverse osmosis is a membrane separation technique that uses pressure to drive through the (semi-transmissive) membrane. When the pressure applied in the system is greater than the osmotic pressure of the aqueous solution, the water molecules are continuously permeable. Through the membrane, the product flows into the central tube through the product water channel, and then impurities in the water flowing out at one end, such as ions, organic matter, bacteria, viruses, etc., are trapped on the inlet side of the membrane, and then flow out at the outlet end of the concentrated water to achieve separation and purification. purpose.

The reverse osmosis equipment [2] passes the raw water through a fine filter, a granular activated carbon filter, a compressed activated carbon filter, and the like, and is pressurized by a pump, and the pore diameter is 1/10000 μm (corresponding to 1/6000 of the size of E. coli, The reverse osmosis membrane (RO membrane) of the virus 1/300) makes the higher concentration of water into a low-concentration water, and at the same time isolates a large amount of impurities mixed with water such as industrial pollutants, heavy metals, bacteria, viruses, etc., thereby achieving drinking. The specified physical and chemical indicators and sanitary standards, output to pure to pure water, is the best choice for the human body to timely supplement high-quality water. The purity of water produced by RO reverse osmosis technology is the highest among all water-making technologies currently in control. The cleanliness is almost 100%, so people call this water production machine a reverse osmosis pure water machine.

Reverse osmosis equipment uses membrane separation technology to effectively remove charged ions, inorganic substances, colloidal particles, bacteria and organic substances in water. It is the best equipment for high purity water preparation, brackish water desalination and wastewater treatment. Widely used in electronics, medicine, food, textile, chemical, power generation and other fields.