|Place of Origin:||Jiangsu, China|
|Price:||$9,000.00 - $11,500.00/pieces|
|Packaging Details:||plywood boxes into container|
|Supply Ability:||10 Set/Sets per Month|
|Showroom Location:||Philippines||Video Outgoing-inspection:||Provided|
|Machinery Test Report:||Provided||Marketing Type:||Hot Product 2019|
|Warranty Of Core Components:||1 Year||Core Components:||Pressure Vessel|
|Prefilter Sand/carbon Filter Tank:||FRP,SS304/SS316L||Working Pressure For RO:||1.0Mpa-1.6 Mpa|
|Woring Temperature:||1-65 Centigrade||PP Cartridge Filter Tank:||SS304,SS316L|
|Pressure For Pre Filters:||0.15-0.6Mpa,1.0Mpa||Connection Pipe:||UPVC,SS304,SS316|
|Application:||High Pure Water Filtration||Control Mode:||Timer Controller,PLC+LCD|
|RO Membrane:||Imported Brand DOW,hydranautics,etc||Technology:||RO Membrane Desalination|
RO Water Treatment System 3000L/H,
SS316L RO Water Treatment System
REVERSE OSMOSIS WATER TREATMENT
Industry Leader in RO Expertise and Membrane Applications Since year of 1983.
For nearly four decades, Applied Membranes has been on the forefront of reverse osmosis technology, utilizing all improvements in the evolving techology and incorporating these into our product lines to offer the highest levels of performance and reliability available today. AMI designs and manufactures membrane elements for a wide variety of applications and water challenges. Our understanding of the membrane technology is reflected in our reverse osmosis systems, resulting in water treatment solutions that give the highest levels of performance available in the market today.
What is Reverse Osmosis?
Reverse Osmosis (RO) is a membrane separation water purification process in which feed water flows along the membrane surface under pressure. Purified water permeates the membrane and is collected, while the concentrated water, containing dissolved and undissolved material that does not flow through the membrane, is discharged to the drain.
The key requirements of Reverse Osmosis (RO) process are a membrane and water under pressure. Other requirements include prefiltration to remove suspended impurities and carbon to remove chlorine (damages the membrane).
Most membranes remove 90-99+ % of the dissolved impurities depending on the impurity and the composition of water.
Reverse Osmosis, combined with pre-filtration, is able to remove 90 to 99.99% of the dissolved impurities that reside in your water.
Reverse osmosis systems (RO Systems) remove salts, microorganisms and many high molecular weight organics. System capacity depends on the water temperature, total dissolved solids in feed water, operating pressure and the overall recovery of the system.
01.The components are made of high-quality imported or domestic products with advanced technology.
02.High integration and reliable quality.
03.A high degree of automation, when there is a fault it will stop immediately,with strong ability of automatic protection.
04.High desalting rate ,it is up to 98% or more.
05.It adopts imported pressure pump with high efficiency and low noise, which reduce the operating noise.
06.Reduce the energy consumption, thereby it reduces the operation cost
07.Reasonable structure and less occupation,compared with the conventional method ,it saves more than 30% space.
08.The use of advanced membrane protective system,in the device when parking,demineralized water automatic washing membrane surface pollutants,scaling prevention, prolong the service life of the film.
09.Without fragile components in system,no need for major repair.
10.water quantity and water quality could be adjusted according to operating requirements,designed with specialized software,to get the best cost performance.
Removal ratio of reverse osmosis on ions
Reverse Osmosis Remove Minerals
Osmosis is the passage or diffusion of water or other solvents through a semipermeable membrane that blocks the passage of dissolved solutes [source: Encyclopedia Britannica].
What, you don't get it? No fear. Most of us don't, which is why there are countless explanations and analogies to clarify osmosis. We'll explore a few of those, but first let's break osmosis down to its parts to get a grasp on it.
First, we'll make our solution. We start with a boring old cup of water. To spice things up, we'll call water the "solvent" -- which is convenient, because that's what it is. To make our solvent a little tastier, we'll dissolve in some delicious sugar. The sugar is the solute. Just to keep track, we now have water (solvent) that we've dissolved sugar (solute) in, to make sugar water (our solution).
Now that we have our solution of sugar water, we'll grab a U-tube. This is not an internet video of kittens and monkeys hugging; a U-tube is a beaker, shaped in a u-shape. Right in the middle of the tube, imagine a bit of Gore-tex that cuts the U in half. Gore-tex is our "semipermeable membrane." Gore-tex is a thin plastic, dotted with a billion tiny little holes that allow water vapor to pass through, but liquid to stay out. (Saran wrap wouldn't let anything through, and a piece of cotton fabric would let just about anything.)
In one arm of the U-tube, we pour our sugar water mixture. On another we pour our plain old water. That's when the magic of osmosis begins, if you find the movement of water magical. The level of liquid in the sugar water arm will slowly rise, as the solvent (water) moves through the Gore-tex, to make both sides of the arm more equal in a sugar-to-water ratio.
But why does that happen? Simply put, because water wants to find equilibrium. And because the one side of the arm is crowded with sugar, pure water from the other side decides to move on over to make the concentration more equal or until the osmotic pressure (the pressure that happens as the molecules move) is reached.
So there you are; osmosis is when a solvent of low concentrated solute solution moves through a membrane to get to the higher concentrated solution, thus weakening it. You did it!
Now, after showing how it only makes sense for osmosis to work in one direction, let's throw that all out the window and reverse it. Walk backward to the next page to find out more.
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