Industrial RO Plants
Year after year, we have worked hard to reach this level, where we are the forerunners in RO water purification systems. The water treated by our systems is pure and, at the same time, meets all the necessary qualities required for various industries. We have gained the trust of our customers. We have reached that level where we can interpret and outline and various effective water purification systems.
We have the solution to all your water purification problems. Be it, Industrial, Sewage, Commercial, Effluent, or Borewell, we have the best in class solution as per your requirements. Our system thoroughly treats the wastewater, which has been heavily deteriorated and makes them safe and pure before you can release them into the environment. We might be a business first, but Global Warming and caring about the environment comes very high on our priority list.
We at AquaSafe are proud to announce that we are the largest manufacturer and exporter of Commercial Water Treatment Plant, Sewage Treatment Plant, Industrial RO Plant, Water Softener Plant, Ultrafiltration System, Effluent Treatment Plant.
Why Choose Us for RO Water Treatment Plants?
1. We at Aquasafe meet all the ISI stands for regulation
2. We are proud to say that whatever water we eliminate has been filtered, and the contamination has been destroyed and eliminated.
3. Our water purification systems have a PLC which makes the purification process much faster and simpler
4. Our aim, which we are fulfilling, is to provide the best in class water purification at competitive prices.
5. We also give our customers the option to design and customize according to your needs and provide you with precisely what your industry needs.
6. As is our goal, we provide the best quality products, and the guarantee of no leakage comes with all our products.
7. Our whole purification system is made with food-grade 304 stainless steel with a huge number of benefits.
Applications of RO Water Treatment Plant
● Drinking water for Domestic Purpose
● Drinking Water for Commercial Purpose
● Boiler feed water
● Pharmaceutical Purpose
● Ion exchange pre-treatment
● Beverage Production Purpose
● Food Processing Units
● Car washing
● Hydrogen production
Advantages of RO Water Plant
There are various advantages of RO plant, let us now discuss them:
1. RO Plants have effortless installation, servicing, and operation.
2. They have modular and very compact RO Blocks
3. There are a wide range of products available, and from the specific selection can be done
4. RO plants have a very high level of plant automation
5. To ease the process of troubleshooting, there is a system in place called the Visual Monitoring system or the VMS
6. It also has an online system to monitor water quality.
7. It also comes with a pump and even membrane protection features
8. It has a minimum pipe length so that the resistance can be reduced.
9. The materials used in constructions include PVC and Stainless Steel (SS).
10. RO has a feature called QRC. QRC stands for Quick Release coupling, which is beneficial for servicing and makes it very simple.
What is Reverse Osmosis (RO) Process?
Now that you have learned about what we provide, let us give you a sneak peek into what RO is.
RO or Reverse Osmosis is the process where water passes through a semi-permeable membrane at high speed and pressure. As a result of this, the water will pass through the membrane, but the salt, impurities and other contaminants will be left behind. When pressure is applied on the concentrated solution side, the one with contamination, the water passes through the membrane leaving the contaminants behind and going towards the dilute side. This whole process is called Reverse Osmosis.
In Reverse Osmosis, the unique properties of an “imported” semi-permeable membrane are utilized. This semi-permeable membrane allows the flow of water while blocking the dissolved ionic material. The pressure is applied to the concentrated impure side, and the water flows and passes through the membrane to reach the pure side. The ionic materials, basically the impurities which are rejected is due to the Ionic charge and Molecular weight.
To understand how the RO process works, one needs to have a complete understanding of the mechanisms and the functions of an RO water plant. One needs to know the limitations, the pre-requirements, the tasks, and everything related to RO.
Role of RO Membrane
Water is made to pass through the membrane at a very high speed, and pressure and when they pass through it, all the other contaminants are left behind on the surface of the membrane. There is something called a reject stream, which then removes the salts and the contaminants from the system. The water which is rejected is then thrown out or sent to the feedwater supply. This depends on the design of the system.
Unlike standard filters, RO uses something called cross filtration. In standard filters, all the contaminants get accumulated in the filter media. This is not the case in the case of RO. In the case of an RO system, the solution passes through the filter in two different ways. The contaminated water flows through one direction and the filtered water in the other. There is another significant advantage of cross-flow filtration. It cleans up the membrane of contaminants when it flows; hence the membrane is always clean.
Effectiveness of RO System
We are one of the leading manufacturers and exporters of RO systems, and as a result, we know the ins and outs of RO and its system. Let us explain how RO is beneficial for human health.
● An RO system has the power to remove up to 99% contaminants and impurities like bacteria, ions, pyrogens, and other harmful substances.
● The way how RO works is that the contaminants are rejected based on their molecular size and weight. An RO system rejects a contaminant whose molecular size is more than 200.
Reverse Osmosis can treat various types of water, from groundwater to salty water. It identifies and separates contaminates based on their ionic charge. Molecules with higher ionic charges do not pass through the membrane. For example, CO2 has a lower ionic charge; hence it can pass through. This is why RO water has a higher pH value. Thus Reverse Osmosis is a versatile, multipurpose, and very useful method of purifying water.
Points to consider before buying an RO Purifier
● You should think about taking an RO purifier only when the salt content in your region is much more than the advisable amount.
● Sometimes, RO is taken to kill bacteria or remove chloroform from the water. Yes, RO definitely works in this case, but it is always advised that for such said problems, the source of the problems should be traced and eliminated.
● It should be questioned if a proposal is made to reduce the salt content to less than 500 ppm.
● For customers who need an RO system for high salt content should ask questions on the volume of water that the media can handle. You should ask how long the media will work with that particular volume and what is the cost of a replacement media. It is also advisable to know about the monthly running costs.
● It is counterproductive to reduce the salt content to 10-20 ppm. In a non-potable system, if the salt content is very high, rainwater harvesting can be an excellent option.
FAQ on RO Treatment Plants
Hence, it allows water molecules to pass through as it acts as a barrier for insoluble impurities. The water molecules pass along the surface of the membrane and penetrate through it and get collected in the centre tube. The contaminants are then washed and removed.