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Industrial Wastewater Reverse Osmosis

Our Small to Medium Volume RO Systems are designed to purify 275 to 11,400 gallons per day of water reliably and at an affordable price.

Reverse Osmosis, also known as RO, is commonly used for industrial water purification. High pressure water is passed through either thin film composite or cellulose acetate membranes, producing high quality water suitable for all rinses. However it is important that the water is pretreated to protect the membranes from mineral scaling, organic fouling, and chemical degradation. It is also important that a complete cation/anion balance and potential contamination are identified before considering Reverse Osmosis treatment.

Applications and Industries where Reverse Osmosis is commonly used to treatment and recycle wastewater:

  • metal finishing and plating operations
  • printed circuit board and semiconductor manufacturing
  • electroplating processes
  • automotive manufacturing
  • cleaning and painting
  • food and beverage
  • reuse and reduction of BOD prior to discharge
  • groundwater and landfill leachate
  • removal of salts and heavy metals prior to discharge

Total system capability RO Systems include:

  • Ultra low pressure membranes - reduce power consumption by 30% or more
  • Membranes - alternate membranes including nano-filtration (NH), seawater (SW), cellulose acetate (CA) and softening membranes are available
  • Two-pass RO - produce ultrapure water at low cost
  • Pretreatment equipment - filters, softeners, chemical feed systems, UV sterilizers, ultra-filtration (UF) and microfiltration (MP) systems are available to prevent scaling and fouling the RO membranes
  • Post treatment equipment - degasifiers, chemical feedsystems and UV sterilizers are provided to assure that the product water is within specifications
  • Deionizers - polish the RD product water to meet application specifications including ultrapure water
Our Large Volume RO Systems are designed to purify 18,000 to 270,000 gallons per day of water reliably and at an affordable price.

Pure water technology

We offer complete system capabilities including evaluation and design services, state of the art equipment utilizing membrane and ion exchange technology and expert field service.

Standard Reverse Osmosis System Features

  • Modular systems can be expanded to meet future requirements
  • Systems can be adapted to almost any plant layout
  • Liquid filled gauges assure pulse-free readings and long gauge life
  • Line-mounted flow meters
  • Computerized system design
  • Rotary vane pumps, the industry standard for trouble-free service, efficiency and corrosion resistance
  • Pressure relief valves
  • Custom Control systems
  • Needle valves for precise flow and pressure control
  • All gauges, meters and controls are mounted next to the control panel for ease of operation
  • Feed-water solenoid valve, shuts off feed-water when system is not operating
  • Low-pressure switch, protects the pump from cavitation and damage caused by inadequate inlet pressure