Reverse Osmosis Systems
Pack Tech Stainless Steel Reverse Osmosis Systems
|Plant Application||Industrial RO Plant, Institutional RO Plant|
|Installation/Civil Work||Not Required|
|Automatic Grade||Semi-Automatic, Automatic|
|RO Capacity (Liter/hour)||2000-3000 (Liter/hour), 0-200 (Liter/hour)|
|Chiller Cooling Capacity (Tons)||1.5 ton, 2 ton, 1 ton|
|Material of Construction||Stainless Steel|
|Plant Accessories||Chlorinator, Ultra Filtration Plant, Ozonator|
|Max Water Recovery Rate||50-55 %, 55-60 %|
|Number of Filtration Passes||1, 3, 2|
Reverse osmosis plants require a variety of pre-treatment techniques and high pressure to remove impurities. A semipermeable membrane blocks contaminants from entering the treated water, while allowing purified water to pass through.
Reverse osmosis plants(RO Plant) are water desalination plants that use reverse osmosis to purify water. The process of RO Plant takes place in reverse osmosis plants, where contaminated water is forced through a membrane to produce pure water. RO Plant also produces salty brine waste during the process.
In order to attain the maximum satisfaction of our esteemed clients, we are engaged in providing best-in-class Reverse Osmosis Systems. The offered systems are the process of removing contaminants from wastewater and household sewage. The task of designing and constructing facilities for treating wastewaters falls to environmental engineers. They employ a variety of engineered and natural systems to get the job done, using physical, chemical, biological, and sludge treatment methods. Moreover, the objective of these systems is to produce a waste stream (or treated effluent) and a solid waste or sludge suitable for discharge or reuse back into the environment.